Intel announces new chip architecture

Intel Corp., Wednesday, showed off a new processor architecture for handheld and network communications devices.

Intel Corp., Wednesday, showed off a new processor architecture for handheld and network communications devices. The new architecture, called XScale Micro-Architecture, is based on its StrongARM technology, aquired from Digital Equipment Corp. Intel (intc) demonstrated it scaling from 200MHz to 1GHz. Power consumption ranges from 0.05 watts to 1.5 watts. Full story. -- John G. Spooner, ZDNet News

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