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Semiconductor Startup Reaches Profitability with Low Power Multicore Chip Design

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Adapteva today announced that it has achieved profitability.
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Deep inside Intel’s ‘Ivy Bridge’ chip

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By Rik Myslewski, The Register
Intel’s next-generation “Ivy Bridge” chips will include a host of improvements, including integrated graphics that the company claims will narrow the lead now held by AMD’s Fusion APUs.
“I expect that that gap, from everything that I’ve seen, is closing fast,” Intel’s director of graphics architecture Tom Piazza told an Ivy Bridge [...]
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Broadcom Optimizes New Chip for $8B Mobile Backhaul Market

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Broadcom has announced its latest StrataXGS high performance switch solution, designed specifically to manage the exponential growth in wireless data traffic and carrier transition to 4G mobile networks. Mobile backhaul expenditures are expected to reach $ 8 billion by 2014(5).

With the striking
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3D Chip technology ready to take off

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by Andreas Stiller
3D is popular in cinemas, TVs and increasingly in chips, too. Already, there are 3D image sensors and soon 3D stacks for memories and processors will follow. And AMD processors receive new names: Sempron, Athlon and Phenom to become extinct.
At CeBIT, IBM boss Palmisano tactfully covered up the slip-up of the German chancellor [...]
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3D Chip Technology Readies for Take Off

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Three-dimensional chip stacking beings path to commercialization.
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SeaMicro Launches x86 Server with Latest 64-Bit Atom Chip

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SeaMicro, the Silicon Valley pioneer of low power server technology, today announced the immediate availability of the world’s most energy efficient 64-bit x86 server: the SM10000-64.
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