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Memory changes for ARM and Picoturbo
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10/17/2001   Post a comment
ARM and clone-core supplier Picoturbo have tweaked their chip architectures to get more handheld computer operating systems onboard and improve the speed of virtual memory operating systems such as Linux.
Athlon XP packs new 'hooks' for added speed in Windows XP systems, says AMD
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10/9/2001   Post a comment
SAN FRANCISCO -- Advanced Micro Devices Inc. today formally launched its most powerful PC processor series, called Athlon XP, and it announced support from Microsoft Corp., which has added features to its upcoming Windows XP operating system to take advantage of unique features in AMD's newest central processing units.
Silaria revises tool suite with embedded Linux
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10/4/2001   Post a comment
Dublin-based intellectual property supplier Silaria has ported a version of embedded Linux onto its Proteus 3 processor core as part of a revised tool suite.


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