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In the past several years, microprocessor technology has virtually revolutionized the elevator industry by providing more efficiently run elevators that are programmed to prevent these kinds of accidents.
Less than 25 years later, computing products made with the microprocessor progeny of the Intel 4004 would overwhelm IBM in the marketplace, and lead it to lose ignominiously more than $8 billion in a single year, and start a process to cut more than 100,000 employees from its work force.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing to achieve breakthrough performance in PowerPC(TM) microprocessor designs, IBM and Motorola (NYSE: MOT) have achieved development and fabrication, or first silicon of the PowerPC 620 microprocessor.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital Equipment Corporation (NYSE: DEC) today raised the standard for high performance computing by unveiling two new additions to the Alpha AXP microprocessor family.
Specialized Efficeon Microprocessor Designed to Support Pay-as-You-Go Personal Computing Platforms Enabled by Microsoft FlexGo for Emerging Markets AMD (NYSE:AMD) and Transmeta Corporation (NASDAQ:TMTA) today announced that they have entered into an exclusive agreement under which AMD will market and provide the recently announced specialized version of the Efficeon(R) microprocessor in emerging markets.
Our goal is to leverage the performance leadership of the Alpha AXP architecture microprocessor family into emerging volume markets such as Windows NT PCs," added Caldwell.
OB), -- a company that specializes in developing and licensing high-performance ultra-low power microprocessor technology -- has named Jim Turley to the Board of Directors.
A 64-bit microprocessor went into production last quarter that demonstrates China is capable of designing world-class microprocessors, according to a new article published by In-Stat's Microprocessor Report.