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|8th April 2008, 17:57||#1|
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Cell processor finally tips up
THE CELL MICROPROCESSOR, developed by IBM, Toshiba and Sony, has started sampling under the rather bizarre brand name of SpursEngine 1000 (SE1000).
Toshiba reckons that there's a potential market for six million of the things over the next three years.
The original cell ended up in Sony's Playstation and has six cores together with a PowerPC in the middle. IBM and Toshiba started joint work on the chip with Sony back in 2001.
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