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posted in September 2006
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China readies low-cost PC based on its Godson CPU
News & Analysis  
9/5/2006   Post a comment
A Chinese company hopes to produce a low-cost PC powered by the locally designed Godson CPU, which it will sell to schools and local governments starting in October.
Emulating SIMD in Software
Design How-To  
9/5/2006   Post a comment
SIMD operations massively boost the performance of video, imaging, and other DSP applications. But what if your processor has limited SIMD support? All is not lost: As BDTI explains, you can emulate SIMD operations in software.
Small box, big bets
News & Analysis  
9/4/2006   Post a comment
Notebook makers have a vision of the 2007 portable PC.
Evaluation Board released for Infineon XC88x MCUs
Product News  
9/3/2006   Post a comment
Keil has just introduced its MCMXC88x evaluation board for creating and testing programs for Infineon's 8051-based XC88xd microcontrollers.
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