MMX technology

MMX technology

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MMX technology allows for the delivery of methylene blue along the entire length of the colon.
Eden, in his 30 years at Intel, has held many management and technical positions in microprocessor design, including the Intel Pentium processor with MMX technology.
The device is the first Intel Xscale processor to include: Intel Wireless MMX technology that enables high-performance multimedia acceleration based on the Pentium instruction set; and Intel's Quick Capture, a flexible and powerful camera interface for capturing digital images and video.
"IBM placed one of its four global research centres in Israel; Microsoft installed its first research facility outside the US in Israel; Intel, which has been operating in Israel since 1972, created MMX technology in that country," says Harvey Shapiro, an American consultant who specialises in international finance.
It also includes an upgrade to the Intel C/C++ Compiler and new versions of the Intel Performance Libraries, plus online training and documentation on the Pentium III Processor, Streaming SIMD Extensions, MMX technology and other Intel processors.
Maritz addresses Microsoft's alleged coercing of Intel Corp to drop its native signal processing (NSP) development by arguing that Intel itself "came to understand that releasing it would be bad for Intel because it was des igned only to run on Windows 3.1, not on the forthcoming Windows 95 or the existing Windows NT platform." Maritz says Intel's Steve McGeady's testimony that Microsoft threatened to delay support for Intel's new MMX technology in 1995 is untrue.
These affordable models feature Intel Mobile Pentium II processors at 266MHz or Pentium processors with MMX technology, large TFT active matrix displays, high-speed CD-ROM drives, up to 4.3GB hard drives and integrated 56K modems.
Certain processors with a special MMX technology, developed by Intel, have the ability to run multimedia software faster.
Everex AGI and eXplora systems, powered by Intel(R) Pentium(R) II, Pentium(R) processors with MMX technology and the AMD K6 and K6-2 processors respectively, integrate complete state-of-the-art multimedia and communication features to deliver leading edge performance, allowing for an almost unlimited range of home and business applications.
While providing the portability and compact size that users want and need at affordable prices, these notebook computers also offer high-end features such as large, brilliant active matrix TFT displays, Intel Pentium processors with MMX technology, Internet access, modular CD-ROM and floppy disk drives, and full-size keyboards.
Pentium processors with MMX technology are well suited to mainstream business applications and multimedia playback while Pentium II processors are especially well suited to server, high-end desktop, and workstation applications running under 32-bit operating systems.
The Simply 2200 computer is a hi-tech machine equipped with an Intel Pentium processor, MMX technology, CD-ROM drive and speakers.