Joined: 9 Jun 08
Cruwl thing, but where can we will get that, have it disc or something else,
never a x86 architecture i think.
Greets, just spreding the news ;)
Joined: 16 Jun 08
Looks suitable for running applications that don\'t require enough memory to need any separate memory chips. The clock speed given in that article is over 100 GHz for each core, and if that is accurate, none of today\'s memory chips are fast enough to avoid leaving most of the cores idle most of the time.
But where are you going to find useful applications small enough to run without any separate memory chips?
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