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Startup aims many-core chip at smartphones

5/3/2011 04:01 AM EDT
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GREAT-Terry   5/6/2011 3:19:08 AM
Another parallel processing story! I hope this time it really comes to a good turning point of the whole whole processor/DSP industry. Yep, image processing and speech recognition is a good market to attack and people are all thinking about how parallel processing helps. This company seems to be clever enough to make things happen. I wish this 4 person company finally kicks off and flies in a high attitude!

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