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Subject: Processors | November 3, 2005 - 06:11 PM |
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The Cell processor has escaped from your console, and is headed straight for your cellphone.  Read all about it at CoolTechZone.

"Back when Cell launched, IBM, Sony and Toshiba emphasized it to be very scalable with a

capability of selecting as little as one PPE (out of eight) to scale the chip accordingly. If Sony

is really able to miniaturize Cell, it would make life tremendously difficult for Intel with it's

fairly dated XScale processor. Cell would give mobile computing a whole new paradigm by packing in

pure processing power that Intel lacks, at least when compared to Cell."


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