Intel says Itaniums not suitable for enterprise

It's a bit hard to make snese of the English translation of a Chinese story on Hoovers today. But hey, their knowledge of English is 100% better than ours of Chinese.

The gist of the story appears to be that the Langchao Group rolled out its own Itanium server two weeks ago, breaking the embargo.

The SP 3000 it released was advertised as being a suitable product with excellent capacity and functions, claims that Intel decided to deny.

Instead, according to the article, Intel said that the Itanium 2 was immature, and should only be used for academic research and not for enterprise systems.

As Eva G might exclaim: Sheesh! That's certainly a different message than the one we got from Intel earlier in the day.

Source: The Inquirer

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