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Intel To Reduce Amount Of Lead In Chips

Intel plans to launch the new microprocessors and chipsets with just five percent of the lead used in its current products by the third quarter of 2004.

“Lead-free is required for the future. This is the right time for this launch of the technology,” Michael Garner, Intel’s director of materials technology operation, said on the sidelines of a chip seminar showcasing Intel’s latest technologies.

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