"We are thrilled to have the world's most innovative personal computer company as a customer," said Paul Otellini, president and CEO of Intel. "Apple helped found the PC industry and throughout the years has been known for fresh ideas and new approaches. We look forward to providing advanced chip technologies, and to collaborating on new initiatives, to help Apple continue to deliver innovative products for years to come."
Microsoft has announced that it will be releasing a version of Microsoft Office for the Mac that will support PowerPC and Intel processors, and there was also backing from Adobe and many other important industry players.
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