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superchip

[′sü·pər‚chip]
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The superchip plan follow Intel's announcement in January to buy parts of Qlogic's InfiniBand business, which the chip maker said would help push internal bandwidth inside systems as processor performance increases and server performance scales up.
Zimmerman foresees the technology developed in the SuperChip program as having a lasting-effect.
The superchip combines Agere's industry-leading read-channel intellectual property - which converts analog signals read off a disk drive's magnetic platters into digital bits - with digital signal processing, memory and Maxtor's proprietary controller electronics.
These strategic moves achieve another milestone of the Cadence SuperChip Initiative, announced February 26, 2001, delivering analog/mixed-signal designers the most productive solutions available.
Today's announcement is one more element of the Cadence(R) SuperChip Initiative, the company's new long-term technology roadmap.
performance workstation based on the POWER2 SuperChip (P2SC);
Gasket, Accel, Superchips, Edge, Racepak, Mallory, Hays, QuickTime, and Lakewood.
Currently, MSDP team designs, develops, tests and manufactures the entire line of MSDP products including ignition controls, fuel injection systems, coils, timing accessories, spark plug wires and accessories under its portfolio of iconic brands, including MSD, Racepak, Superchips, Edge, Accel, Gasket, and other brands.
If you are after a very rapid but economical 1 Series, this is one route to look at, and companies like Superchips can make a 120d absolutely y while still retaining decent reliability and economy.
MSDP sells products under the MSD, Racepak, Powerteq, Edge and Superchips brands.
The major factor limiting supercomputers today is the speed and bandwidth of communication between the individual superchips in the system," Varghese said.