MMX technology

MMX technology

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Accelerating multimedia and communications applications, especially on the Internet, MMX technology, or multimedia extensions, for Intel microprocessors - starting with the Pentium - features 57 new instructions and other architectural enhancements to boost system performance.
Intel XScale Technology with Intel Wireless MMX Technology significantly expands the capabilities of mobile devices at a time when demand for more entertainment and information on the go is increasing dramatically: more than 50 million video-capable smartphones are in use currently around the world, with projections by the ARC Group market research firm that the number will grow four-fold in just the next three years.
We want to build MMX technology awareness and excite consumers, especially generation X and baby boomers," said Ann Lewnes, director of worldwide advertising at Intel.
Intel Wireless MMX technology allows QSound's advanced audio processing algorithms to be supported using far fewer processor resources than before.
Intel, XScale, MMX technology, Wireless MMX Technology, Wireless Intel SpeedSteep and Intel SpeedStep are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
Intel Wireless MMX technology builds on the Intel MMX(TM) technology originally introduced in the Intel(R) Pentium(R) processor family, enabling software developers to quickly make their applications such as 2D and 3D gaming, streaming MPEG4 video, wireless encryption/decryption, and voice recognition available for Intel-based cell phones and PDAs.
The Intel Wireless MMX Technology Platform is the latest high-performance, low-power, seamless extension to Intel(R) XScale(TM) microarchitecture.
Wireless MMX technology includes the Intel(R) 64-bit Data Pipeline, which offers a 2-4X media performance increase over the previous Intel(R) XScale(TM) technology by processing more data at once in fewer instructions.
Intel Wireless MMX technology is an advanced set of multimedia instructions taken in large part from the Intel(R) Architecture, helping to enable developers to bring the power of a proven, 64-bit, parallel, multimedia architecture to future processors based on the Intel XScale microarchitecture.
This is a Pentium-II class processor with a fast FPU with Triple Issue MMX Technology, ideal for audio and DSP applications such as soft modems, GSM protocol, soft DVD and digital imaging.
CAD-UL has leveraged the instruction set within the MMX silicon itself in order to optimize performance of its C++ compiler, in addition to supporting MMX technology itself.
This collaboration, including Intel MMX technology and Zoran's software, resulted in SoftDVD, the industry's first commercially available DVD decoder for the PC.