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Quanta QCT preps server using Atom CPU

9/6/2012 07:00 PM EDT
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Atomic9   9/11/2012 1:09:04 AM
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You mean http://eisltd.member.seekic.com/product_center/TMS320F2802PZA_60.html ? Well DSP's are nice - dont know if you'd call it a CPU exactly ;) (Personally I'd STILL Love a dev kit for the old c6x series - they were cutting edge a few years back..) Wow i just had a crazy thought - a whole grid of fast DSP's as a bunch of Analog 'microservers' - for FX farms in studio rigs (or video rigs ...?) Apols to change the subject... More relevantly - the Atom's sure come a long way - I got the impression Intel weren't so keen on the manufacturers using them in Netbooks, etc but finally saw it as inevitable, and started ramping up their performance...

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