Thursday, September 20, 2007

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Flash drives are coming to Intel built servers starting in 2008, starting with 32GB models. News.Com:

"We'll have nice progression as we go to 64GB and 128GB over time," said Pat Gelsinger, general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group.
NukeJohn reviews the Rambus Story. Why doesn't the market like Rambus Inc. It is not some grand conspiracy. NJ hit one - the missing financials. Another, missing from NJ's post, is the fact that Rambus Inc. couldn't figure out how to market and sell cold water to a thirsty man dying on the hot sand. NJ:

I keep wondering how this stock can still be in the teens with all the good news we have had over the past year and a half. I have come to the conclusion that the market can't be efficient when there is an asterisk next to the company's name on the NASDAQ exchange.
From Brussels via Reuters EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes on comments coming from the Bush Department of Justice about the European court ruling of antitrust violations by MU :

"I think it is totally unacceptable that a representative of the U.S. administration criticises an independent court of law outside its jurisdiction."

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