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NEC to develop ARM-based multiprocessing CPU cores

Oct 28, 2003 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive

NEC Electronics Corp. and ARM Ltd. are teaming up to develop and market a “next-generation” multiprocessor CPU core based on symmetric multi-processor (SMP) technology. The companies say the collaboration will leverage the broad range of existing software for the ARM processor core family, along with NEC's multiprocessing technology. NEC says it plans to use the resulting ARM-based multiprocessor CPU cores to build future high-volume products such as home and automotive multimedia applications, and mobile handsets.

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