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Microprocessor controls feature continuous autotuning for uniform temperature control regardless of load fluctuations.
In 1994, an Intel Paragon supercomputer made of about 1,024 Pentium microprocessors became the world's fastest computer, achieving more than 280 billion floating point operations (gigaflops) per second.
Microprocessor controls feature large digital display of set and actual temperature, alarm codes, and cam-cycle sequence codes.
PID autotuned microprocessor control accurate to [+ or -]1 [degrees] F.
CANbus consists of multiple microprocessors distributed in a "control area network" and built around a "bus" architecture in which several computer components share a digital communications pathway.
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) is a leading global provider of innovative microprocessor solutions for computing, communications and consumer electronics markets.
The patent portfolio, marketed as the Moore Microprocessor Patent(TM) Portfolio, contains intellectual property that is jointly owned by publicly held Patriot Scientific Corporation and the privately held TPL Group.
A sister division of single-board computer and software manufacturer Z-World, Rabbit Semiconductor introduced the popular Rabbit(R) 2000 microprocessor in 1999, the Rabbit 3000 in 2002 and the Rabbit 4000 in 2006.
Jim's knowledge of the microprocessor industry will be a welcome addition to the various talents and experience already represented on our Board," Pohl continued.
Patriot reviews regular reports detailing the activities of The TPL Group on behalf of our unified portfolio and the series of microprocessor patents that are at the heart of a global $200 billion-plus microprocessor end-use market," Pohl pointed out, "and we are pleased with the significant effort that TPL is making.
Based on detailed analysis, In-Stat's Microprocessor Report has reached several conclusions, including the following:
SAN DIEGO -- In a move that will expedite the licensing of a series of fundamental microprocessor patents that are at the heart of a global $200 billion-plus microprocessor end-use market, intellectual properties firms Patriot Scientific (OTCBB:PTSC) and The TPL Group today announced an agreement to unify their interests in key microprocessor patents originally filed in 1989 and granted in 1998.

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