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2011-06-23 Japan's K computer is world's fastest at 8petaflops
Powered by 68,544 Sparc-based processors, Japan's K Computer clocks in at over 8petaflops, consumes the most raw power at 9.89MW and is the fourth most energy-efficient system at 825Mflops/W
2013-08-28 Is a single-chip SoC processor what you need?
Find out when, where and why embedded developers should consider a single-chip SoC processor as alternative to a general-purpose microcontroller.
2007-04-12 Intel's Nehalem takes microarchitecture rivalry to 45nm
AMD last year detailed plans to offer its next-gen X86 microarchitecture, Fusion, in 65nm by late next year; but with Intel's announcement of a 2H rollout for Nehalem, it appears the latter wants to beat AMD to the punchand do it at the next process technology node.
2007-09-21 Intel's bag of chips reveals liking for iPhone-like gizmos
A look at Intel Corp.'s road map reveals its dream of enabling a new class of iPhone-like devices using its x86 processors and the WiMAX network
2008-02-22 Intel's 8-core platform offers more juice to gamers
For those who crave more performance than what four processing cores and a single graphics card can deliver today, Intel offers the Intel Dual Socket Extreme Desktop Platform
2008-04-08 Intel takes wrap off Centrino Atom, next-gen chips
Intel Corp. has introduced five Atom processors and Centrino Atom processor technology for Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and embedded computing solutions
2012-02-23 Intel showcases Ivy Bridge
Ivy Bridge packs 1.4 billion transistors into 160mm2 in its largest version. According to Intel, they plan to release at least four major variants of the chip.
2008-03-04 Intel packs power in sub-25mm 'Atom' chip
Intel's Atom processor includes support for multiple threads for better performance and increased system responsiveness, all on a chip that measures less than 25mm?.
2007-06-08 Intel launches 3 Series chipsets for PCs
Intel Corp. unveiled the company's new 3 Series chipset family that enable greater PC performance, clearer definition video and storage technologies that help better protect valuable data.
2012-11-26 Intel getting Creative, slowly dropping Imagination
Intel has agreed to acquire Creative Technology's subsidiary and licenceses as it realigns its strategy for Atom processors, moving away from Imagination's PowerVR graphic cores
2007-09-24 Intel eyes business PC market with Nehalem
Intel Corp. on Sept. 18 has unveiled details of its next-generation microarchitecture for business computers, code named Nehalem, and outlined new technologies for hardware-based security.
2008-05-30 Intel delays Centrino 2 launch
A problem with the integrated graphics controller that assists a computer's microprocessor in rendering video and other graphics has prompted Intel Corp. to delay the release of the Centrino 2 mobile platform until mid-July
2003-06-16 Intel chipsets eye transportable notebook PCs
Intel Corp.'s new mobile processors and chipsets for transportable notebook PCs offer near-desktop system features
2012-06-21 Intel chips run 45 supercomputers
Intel has announced that its Intel Xeon processor E5 product family is being used in 74 percent of all the supercomputer systems worldwide.
2010-05-31 Imagination licenses GPU core to Renesas, TI
Imagination Technologies has signed a multi-use license agreement with Renesas Electronics and Texas Instruments for Imagination's POWERVR SGX Series5XT multi-processor core.
2005-06-01 GPUs tapped for general computing
Modern GPUs allow substantial user programmability that lets it be retasked for more general-purpose computations.
2006-08-23 GiQuila adopts Mentor's hardware verification system
GiQuila has adopted Mentor Graphics' VStation hardware verification system to verify its family of graphics and multimedia ICs for handheld devices
2012-07-10 Gigabit serial links paves way for multi-core scalability
Built on top of the serdes for data-intensive apps, gigabit serial interfaces minimize system cost and pin count while improving parallelism, performance and capacity.
2014-08-12 From desktops to smartphones: OpenGL ground-up makeover
The Khronos Group has initiated a collaborative effort to develop the graphics API from scratch in order to create a cross-platform standard for high-efficiency access to graphics and compute chips
2007-09-14 Freescale chips drive entertainment in Ford cars
Freescale Semiconductor's i.MX31 applications processors provide Ford 2008 cars with a rugged solution to enable features including hands-free phone operation, voice recognition and high-speed data transfers of voice and media
2006-03-01 FMA unveils new GDC for automotive apps
Fujitsu Microelectronics extended its portfolio of graphics display controllers for automotive applications. The new MB86276 is a streamlined version of the MB86296, a 3D graphics display controller
2007-02-26 Design low-power multiprocessor chips
The demand for higher performance and more features has only served to increase total system power consumption.
2008-08-12 Commentary: What will happen to AMD's assets?
After some time, AMD has been open about its asset-lite efforts, without giving the full details of its plans.
2007-01-01 Chip foils Blu-ray-DVD war
The battle between competing next-gen DVD standards may soon be over as electronics companies promise to unroll universal players within the year.
2010-11-18 China leads supercomputer top 500
The latest Top 500 supercomputers lists China as having the most powerful computer in the world, and with 42 supercomputers, is second only to the United States in the number of supercomputers.
2006-12-05 Cell BE platform accelerates optical proximity correction
Mentor Graphics and Mercury Computer Systems are bringing out what they say is the first Cell BE-based acceleration platform for the EDA market
2006-09-08 ATI lowers sales forecast by $140M
ATI said that consolidated revenue for Q4 of fiscal 2006 is currently expected to be around $520 million, which is more than $100 million below estimates before AMD offered to buy the company.
2003-03-11 ATI expands RADEON line for mainstream market
ATI Technologies has expanded its RADEON line of visual processors with the addition of three new products for desktop PCs
2009-01-12 ARM-based integrated processor aims at photo frames
Marvell Technology Group Ltd is pushing its Sheeva ARM9 core to GHz levels in the first of a family of integrated processors aimed at consumer and embedded systems. The PXA168 targets a range of devices including Web-connected digital photo frames
2004-10-08 ARM NEON tech targets mobile, multimedia products
ARM has launched its NEON technology, a media and signal processing solution designed to accelerate a broad range of applications.
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