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DEC Alpha

(processor)
A RISC microprocessor from DEC. In November 1995, the Alpha was purportedly the fastest non-research chip used in commonly available workstations. It is superpipelined and superscalar. In February 1996 it was clocked at 200 MHz and in March 1998 at 666 MHz.
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At a launching event in Seoul, LG introduced new TV products featuring the company's exclusive ThinQ artificial intelligence (AI) technology and advanced Alpha processor which will lead the way in solidifying LG's position in the global market for premium TVs, with the market for OLED TVs forecast to see sales of 2.
In an event at its R and D center in Seocho-gu, southern Seoul, LG said it aims to expand its share in the global premium TV segment with new variants that have the company's deep learning platform Deep ThinQ and an advanced Alpha processor.
Now, using all four slots with 2GB of Dataram memory and a 600MHz Alpha processor, this 1U server delivers exceptional performance in a small scalable package with your choice of three operating systems.
Witek was the co-architect of the Alpha processor and the architect of the StrongARM processor while at Digital Equipment Corporation.
Completion of performance enhancements across the full AlphaServer line with the introduction of the Alpha-based DS10/DS10L systems featuring next generation Alpha processor technology and AlphaServer GS80 system availability
Alpha Processor Inc (API) and Quadrics Supercomputers World have teamed up to develop high-performance supercomputers for the Linux operating system based on API's motherboards and Quadrics' third-generation ASIC.
A senior member of our Systems Team had been in contact with representatives from Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), a Boundless partner and producer of powerful Windows NT servers built around the Alpha processor.
The ACRI dedicates one Alpha processor each to communications, administration, and computational chores to accomplish its performance objectives.
In addition, the release of benchmark results on the newest AlphaServer GS Series re-establishes the Alpha processor as the world's fastest integer and floating point processor.
Based on the most recent EV7 Alpha processor technology, the systems provide customers with a powerful combination of performance, scalability, reliability, manageability and availability features.
The ES40 system is enhanced with the latest 21264A "EV67" Alpha processor, providing as much as two-times performance improvement over previous systems.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc is working with Concord, Massachusetts-based Alpha Processor Inc on the system bus architecture to be used first in its 64-bit Sledgehammer system bus architecture, disclosed earlier this week.