Intel: No chipset shortages with better capacity allocation

Anand Chandrasekher, senior vice president of Intel, admitted that terminating the supply of entry-level chipsets led to Intel missing profit and market share goals. With capacity support from ATI Technologies, Chandrasekher said that the shortage that occurred at the end of last year will not happen again.

Intel has reached a chipset supply agreement with ATI, said Chandrasekher, who belives that the chip maker's shipment schedule could be more flexible due to better capacity allocations in the future.

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News source: DigiTimes

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