CNET News.com: Transmeta could wake up moribund IPO market
Nov 03, 2000, 21:07 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Cecily Barnes)
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"After nearly a month of quiet, the market for initial public
offerings should pick up next week with the public launch of two
companies that are generating a lot of buzz: chipmaker Transmeta
and fiber-optics upstart Luminent."
"Investor interest in Santa Clara, Calif.-based Transmeta
has been so strong that the company substantially raised the price
of its shares Friday, to a range of $16 to $18, from $11 to $13.
Under the revised terms, Transmeta will raise up to $234 million
through the sale of 13 million shares."
"Transmeta makes chips for notebooks and portable Net appliances
that are compatible with the Linux and Windows operating systems.
However, the chips use less power than rival chips, allowing
computer batteries to last longer."
- Linux.com: Transmeta: Revisiting Predictions
(Nov 03, 2000)
- The Register: Intel claimed to have squeezed IBM to dump Transmeta(Nov 02, 2000)
- The Register: Desperate Dell begging Transmeta for a Crusoe deal?
(Nov 02, 2000)
- IBM ditches Transmeta notebook plans(Nov 01, 2000)
- CNET News.com: IBM puts Transmeta plans on hold(Nov 01, 2000)
- Hardware Central: Transmeta's Crusoe, Hot Rod or Performance Hog? (Oct 30, 2000)
- The Standard: Transmeta? You Betcha'!(Oct 28, 2000)
- ZDNet: Transmeta reviews criticize performance(Oct 26, 2000)
- The Register: Transmeta speed debate -- damned lies and benchmarks?
(Oct 25, 2000)
- PC World: Sony's Transmeta: Longer Life, Less Performance(Oct 17, 2000)
- Transmeta files details of IPO(Oct 02, 2000)