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Thursday, 15 February 2007 16:27

IBM says hi to DRAM, tells SRAM to scram

Scram, SRAM, you’re being chipped off the block by IBM, to be replaced by eDRAM – embedded dynamic access ram. Why? To speed up your processor while using less power.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
At last September’s IDF (Intel Developer Forum), Nokia and Intel announced they were working on a 3.5G HSDPA module to be included with Intel’s next Centrino platform for Core 2 Duo processors, dubbed ‘Santa Rosa’. Now it’s been cut, and what a shame for consumers this is!

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Tuesday, 13 February 2007 10:23

Intel 80-core teraflop processor won't be a flop

Remember the old megahertz and gigahertz wars? Now the future is multi-core processors, and Intel’s new 80-core prototype processor is a peek into the future of tomorrow – today.

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