Intel's Worst Enemies

  • By

    Ericka Chickowski



Intel's perennial competitor in the PC and server processor markets, AMD has always been able to put a special kind of hurt on Intel when it comes to the innovation and partnering footrace. Most recently it inked a deal with IBM to power its new line of Blade Servers.
Intel may have locked up the number one spot in the PC chip market for close to twenty years now, but that doesn't mean the company hasn't faced its fair share of heated competition over the years. It's locked horns with some foes for decades now, while others have set their targets on the manufacturer as it has broadened its horizons through R&D and acquisitions. Here's a look at Intel's worst enemies.
This article was originally published on 2010-09-03