Intel Romley delay due to SAS storage problem in chipset, say sources
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
Intel's delay of its Romley server platform to the first week of March 2012 has been caused by problems with SAS storage after pairing Sandy Bridge-EP processors with C600 chipsets, according to sources from Taiwan-based server supply chain makers.
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