Non-Intel CPU personal computer sales (number of units sold) will outnumber Intel based systems by the year 2000. Non-Intel CPUs are defined to be all non-Intel x86 compatible chips such as the AMD K5, as well as other devices such as the PowerPC, Alpha and so on. Systems based on non-x86 compatible Intel chips such as the hypothetical P7 will count as Intel-based systems. For purposes of this claim personal computers are defined as those running DOS, any Windows variant, any MacOS variant, or any OS/2 variant. Other operating systems will be admissable if they exceed 5% sales rate of the combined sales rate of the above operating systems for a one year time period.
Current discussion in fx-discuss (26Jun97): http://www.ideosphere.com/fx/lists/fx-discuss/1997/0886.html
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