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  • SharkyForums.Com - Print: Transmeta Will Help AMD Make Code-Morphing Chips

    Transmeta Will Help AMD Make Code-Morphing Chips
    By Ymaster January 03, 2001, 09:47 PM

    "This story at http://News.com http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1003-200-4352705.html?tag=st.ne.1002.tgif.ni
    talks about how AMD is working with Transmeta to ship developers systems using the processor instructions from their upcoming Sledgehammer chip -- apparently Transmeta is working on a version of their code-morphing software that supports this instruction set. In return they seem to be getting a license to make chips using parts of the Sledgehammer design. If it's true, it's a pretty cool step for Transmeta since their other products to date have gotten a mostly lukewarm response over the past couple of months."

    By Ymaster January 03, 2001, 11:58 PM

    Well, I guess this flew past..?

    By NEwBoY January 04, 2001, 12:54 AM

    whos Transmeta? what products do they make?

    By pompadorean January 04, 2001, 12:56 AM

    Yeah...I've never heard of em!

    By Syntech January 04, 2001, 01:52 AM

    I think those are the ones who are making this "crusoe" processor or something...

    By The WhiteRabbit January 04, 2001, 01:08 PM

    Yes, Transmeta makes the super low power Crusoe processor -- making it great for mobile applications. I haven't seen a lot of benchmarks, but the 600 MHz processor performs pretty well from what I understand, depending on what you're using it for.

    By iamsostupid January 04, 2001, 05:11 PM

    i cant believe you guys havent heard of transmeta. It would be nice tho, to run all this new software, while still being able to run the old x86 ISA stuff.


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