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What are dual-core devices?
A dual-core device contains two independent microprocessors that work simultaneously. IBM introduced dual cores in its Power 4 chips in 2000. In 2004, Sun and HP introduced their first dual-core CPUs. The first dual-core chips for x86-based PCs and servers were introduced in 2005 and included the Pentium D and Pentium Processor Extreme Edition 840 from Intel and the Opteron 800 and Athlon 64 X2 from AMD.
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2013-08-11 Working group for multi-core software architecture
( IEEE ? IP-XACT ? multi-core ? )
The Cole /bin 59447 18
2013-12-05 Revisiting vintage multi-core
( multi-core ? processor ? upo ? )
Engineering Investigations 45945 4
2011-03-29 New open-source toolchain facilitates configurable IP core packaging
( open-source ? rtl ? vhdl ? )
Max's Cool Beans 140920 79
2016-02-26 Cycle-accurate core consumes only 308 FPGA LUTs
( 8051 ? Labs ? MicroCore ? processor ? )
Max's Cool Beans 140920 79
2014-01-29 CAST launches fastest 8051-compatible MCU core
( 8051 ? CAST ? microcontroller ? )
Max's Cool Beans 140920 79
2013-03-22 Will power-sucking semiconductors doom multicore?
( Semiconductor ? microprocessors ? multi-core ? )
Break Points 92270 30
2012-10-15 Where is Tensilica going?
( core ? ip ? tensilica ? )
Max's Cool Beans 140920 79
2014-10-21 Enrcypting Optical Transport Network
( IP ? OTN ? Verification ? core ? )
Max's Cool Beans 140920 79
2012-12-27 Embedded 2012: Top ten milestones
( ARM ? Ada ? multi-core ? )
Break Points 92270 30
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