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  • US technology titans IBM and Intel have rolled out powerful new computer
    chips designed for businesses continually demanding more from networks and data
    centers.

    Intel introduced an Itanium processor 9300 series developed under the code
    name "Tukwila" that it touts as delivering twice the performance of prior
    generation chips.

    The 9300 series features two billion transistors per chip and four "cores,"
    mini-brains that process data.

    "With the Gartner Group predicting a 650 percent growth in IT data over the
    next five years, businesses need increasingly powerful and scalable enterprise
    servers," Intel said in a release.

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