Tuesday, April 04, 2006

I.B.M. to Work With Start-Up on Chip That Uses Less Power - New York Times

I.B.M. to Work With Start-Up on Chip That Uses Less Power - New York Times: "I.B.M. plans to announce an alliance on Tuesday with a small Silicon Valley company that has designed a flexible microprocessor chip intended to perform tasks like video processing using less than a tenth the power of today's chips."

Interesting -- also check out Rapport CEO/CTO Andrew Singer's bio; looks like some of Paul Allen's Interval Research investment might finally be coming to fruition...
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