Intel announces price war
Intel boss Craig Barrett announced at an event in London that Intel would for the time being maintain the price war that was last conducted with its aggressive pricing.
After AMD had already increased its own market share to 30% at the end of the Year announced as a goal, Intel is now resolutely against it. According to Barrett, you will be able to hold 80% market share, if not even expand it. Customers will surely benefit from this battle on the cost side. However, such a policy can always result in a loss of quality, since manufacturers can often invest fewer funds in production for an effective price war. However, the dealers have already been determined to lose. According to the company, you hardly earn a mark on CPUs and memory modules today.