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Hardware News   Hardware News : New high-end embedded processor
   posted by Fransexy on 24-May-2007 17:28:01 (4481 reads)
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AMCC) debuts today a new PowerPC core it hopes can drive the company into high-end embedded markets. The 90nm Titan is a dual-core processor that hits 2 GHz in bulk CMOS to deliver 8,000 Dhrystone MIPS.Titan could offer lower cost than the PA Semi device and dissipates just 2.5W average

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Re: New high-end enbedded processor
Posted on 30-May-2007 12:08:33
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Silent boxes do not have AMD or INTEL inside

Note that AMD sells media processors in silent boxes (when they are not ringing)
http://ati.amd.com/products/handheld/onboard.html


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