At Intel, it's now Linux Inside

by Cynthia Flash

It's a brave new world for Intel, and if the company wants to sell more chips in the future, it has to develop new markets. Linux has the potential to become one of those major markets.

Intel, once the inseparable part of the Wintel marriage, is in the middle of a love affair with Windows-rival Linux.

The chip maker is embracing the open source operating system, sprinkling Linux program managers throughout its org

This article was originally published on Thursday Jun 29th 2000
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