Intel's "Solano-2" chip set (the I815)
Posted on: 01/15/2000 05:20 PM

Well, have you been wondering what the next generation Intel chipsets are going to offer you? How about USB version 2.0 technology at 360-480 mbps and the new 100mbps ATA-100 harddrive interface! Here's the full monty, and here's a clip...
Improvements to Intel's I/O hub design have caused it to cancel its forthcoming Solano chip set and replace it with a successor -- the Solano-2.

Industry sources said the revision will likely have little effect on the industry because the chip set is slated to sample next month and enter volume production next quarter, which is about the same schedule as the original Solano chip set. Both versions of the device are referred to as the Intel 815.





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