Ars Technica has gathered news of Intel into an article you can find here.  AMDs profit was hit by the price wars of 2006, and Intel did not get off any easier.  On a more positive note, there were samples of the 45nm cores and new of some sell offs.
“A conference call with Intel yesterday brought a mixed bag of news from the chipmaker. On the bright side, Intel announced that their 45nm process is finished and is just about ready for prime-time. The company put out some samples of their forthcoming 45nm shrink of Merom/Conroe, codenamed Penryn, in order to demonstrate the new process. Sometime in the second half of 2007, Intel plans to start producing chips on the 45nm process, which will give them a jump on AMD’s 45nm plans.”

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