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AMD to ship 32nm chips in 2010

Information Week is reporting that processor-giant AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) is planning to begin shipping 32nm chips next year, in 2010. The word comes from AMD's Chief Executive Dirk Meyer, stating that volume production of... More...

Nehalem to become Core i7 processor

Intel's Nehalem processor architecture will still hold to the Core naming scheme when it appears late this year, if an apparent leak of company logos proves authentic. Although the platform will make fundamental changes, Nehalem... More...

Panasonic Begins Producing 45nm HD Video Processor

Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, the company that manufactures various consumer electronics under its Panasonic brand-name, has started using Large-Scale Integration (LSI) chips made using 45nm process technology in its Diga high-definition video recorders. The new... More...

Via Announces One-Watt Processor

CPU-maker Via Technologies has unveiled its 500MHz Eden CPU which it claims is the most power-efficient x86 processor yet produced. The new chip, joining Via's ultra-low voltage processor family designed primarily for ultra-mobile applications, draws... More...

IBM Unveils Record-Breaking POWER6 Processor

IBM today simultaneously launched the fastest microprocessor ever built and an ultra-powerful new computer server that leverages the chip's many breakthroughs in energy conservation and virtualization technology. The new server is the first ever to... More...

AMD unveils 65nm AMD Turion processor

AMD is boasting its next-generation 65nm AMD Turion 64 X2 dual-core mobile processor as providing increased transistor performance, scalability and power efficiency. Notebook PCs based on the new AMD Turion 64 X2 dual-core mobile processor... More...

Intel: 45nm UMPC Processor on the Way

In the case of the Ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) platform, battery life has been a major issue since the devices typically use processors originally designed for notebook computers. Currently, UMPCs using Intel-based notebook processors range from... More...

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