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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. "LAN-on-motherboard is growing as a part of overall network connections tothe desktop," said Shannon Pleasant of In-Stat, who explained that manycompanies who previously used separate network connection cards are nowmore amenable to putting network chips on the motherboard as the technologyhas improved and been standardized. For the first half of 1998, these chipsrepresented about one-quarter of the total networking card market, she added.

"Originally, (information technology) managers were putting in separate, additional networking cards (even if LAN cards were already on themotherboard)," Pleasant said, "We're starting to see(LAN-on-motherboard) as a primary connection instead of a duplicate.", Intel saw its share of this market grow to apple - iphone 7 plus leather case - tan 44 percent in the second quarterof 1998, while revenues grew 40 percent, quarter-to-quarter, Intel's strongquarter is partly due to recovery from a bad first quarter, Pleasantcautioned, and a boost from its acquisition of Digital Equipment's semiconductor manufacturing operations..

"Digital ships between 100,000 and 250,000 (LAN-on-motherboardchips) per quarter," Pleasant said. "That business was combinedwith Intel's existing business, which helped boost their shipments for thequarter.". Intel and 3Com, which accounted for 32 percent of the market last quarter,also picked up market share from TexasInstruments, In-Stat analyst Michael Wolf said. "TI basically ispulling out, and everyone may be picking up market share from them," hesaid. "They decided that it's not a strategic market for them anymore.".

TI and AMD each accounted for about 10percent of the market this quarter, with TI down from 19 percent theprevious quarter, Although last quarter was a apple - iphone 7 plus leather case - tan fair picture of the market, Pleasant noted thatLAN-on-motherboard sales should really be looked at on an annual, notquarterly basis, "LAN-on-motherboard shipments come in as orders from PC makers, The marketshould be looked at on an annual basis, tempering quarterly results withthe understanding that it's a cyclical industry.", Backing that assertion ina statement, Intel attributed its quarterly success to a key design winwith PC maker Dell..

(Intel is an investor in CNET: The Computer Network.). Intel forges ahead in an important new market: network chips that are integrated onto the main PC circuit board. Recovering from a slow first quarter, and reaping the benefits of its Alphatechnology acquisition, Intel took thelead last quarter in networking-on-motherboard cards, according to a newstudy from In-Stat. LAN-on-motherboard (LOM) refers to networking chipsets integrated directlyonto the PC motherboard--the main PC circuit board--a less expensivenetworking solution than separate network connection boards. PC makers suchas Dell and Compaq have begun offering this as anoption on build-to-order systems.

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