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ARM9 SoCs Feature Programmable I/O Controller

Texas Instruments announced four new low-end members of its industrial-focused Sitara SoC family, this time building on ARM9 cores instead of the ARM Cortex-A8. The AM1808, AM1806, AM1707, and AM1705 Sitara processors offer peripherals including MMC/SD, Ethernet, SATA, and USB, and also supply a ne...
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New Multi-Core Processors Bolster AMD

Advanced Micro Devices has been enjoying a gradual increase in its share of the processor market, a lift analysts attribute to the firm's success with its multi-core offerings.
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AMD, IBM Muscle Up Toward HPC Market with New Chips

Intel and AMD both announced new high-performance computing (HPC) processors, with Intel unveiling four- to eight-core Xeon 7500 & Nehalem EX& processors and AMD announcing eight- to 12-core Opteron 6000 & Magny-Cours& chips, says eWEEK. Meanwhile, an iSuppli survey says that AMD's semiconductor...
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Linux-Ready Linksys 802.11n Router Rev'd

Cisco announced an updated line of Linksys wireless 802/11/b/g/n routers for the home market, including a Linux model. The E2100L Advanced Wireless-N Router with Linux OS offers four 10/100 Ethernet ports, a USB port, a UPnP AV Media Server, and like the other E-Series WiFi routers, provides new, m...
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Chip Market Fell in '09, But Growth Expected in '10

Worldwide semiconductor sales dropped by more than 10 percent last year, Gartner says. But a rebound in the second half holds promise for 2010.
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