Intel Corp says it is delaying introduction of a Pentium chip with enhanced multimedia capabilities because it cannot produce enough high-speed versions of the processor. Intel said the P55C chip would be released in the first quarter of next year with production starting at the end of this year. Intel said it could not meet customer demand for the faster, 200 megahertz version of the chips in the fourth quarter. The P55C is a version of Intel's flagship Pentium processor. It includes new MMX technology, which takes advantage of the chip's speed and advanced technology to give better graphics and video capabilities.