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48 Core Processor Being Built at TSMC - 48 Core Processor Being Built at TSMC
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According to Taiwan makers of DVD burners, demand may exceed 100 million units in 2006! First tier motherboard shipments are looking good and may grow 18.5% in March. Asus and MSI are lowering prices for motherboards in Europe. Heh a 48 core processor is being built at TSMC for Azul Systems.

The Azul Vega 2 processor is a single-chip 64-bit processor with 48 cache-coherent processor cores. Vega 2 is architected from the ground up for web-enabled transaction intensive applications, and utilizes TSMC's advanced 90nm process, a 9-layer copper/low-k interconnect and multi-threshold transistors for optimal performance-power efficiency.

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