Intel Inside The Buy Side; Techies Speak--And Shriek


If any user group is likely to be vulnerable to the flaw in Intel Corp.'s Pentium chip, money managers are it. As the controversy has ballooned, IMT interviewed numerous Pentium users on the buy side, asking them what steps, if any, they had taken regarding the faulty processor. Among those surveyed, IMT found both concern and cool, in roughly equal proportions. Not surprisingly, the users who are concerned rely most heavily on the chip and have deployed it in support of calculation-intensive

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