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Via Technologies Reportedly Readies Dual-Core Microprocessors
Via Technologies, a struggling designer of core-logic sets and x86 central processing units, will reportedly utilize new process technology and introduce processors with two cores by the end of next year. While this will boost competitive position of Via’s chips, the company will still be unable to offer alternative for processors by Advanced Micro Devices or Intel Corp. on the mainstream marker.
By the end of 2009 Via Technologies will adopt 45nm process technology and launch its first dual-core microprocessors, a news-story at DigiTimes web-site claims. The dual-core central processing units from Via will be based on Isaiah micro-architecture and are likely to be made by Fujitsu in Japan.
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