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Overall, the book does a masterful job explaining profound discoveries like recombinant DNA and microprocessors, while also keeping up a brisk narrative that’s aided by off-color accounts of naked hot tub meetings and pot-addled programmers.
Cavium has been trying to break into the server microprocessor market using ARM technology.
Indeed, the average new vehicle today has anywhere from 50 to 100 microprocessors onboard, notes Jurgen Otto, CEO of German mega-supplier Brose, with some of the most advanced models pushing that closer to 150.
The technology does require the TV to have a fairly modern, robust and compatibly tuned microprocessor.
Existing partners include microprocessors firm Nvidia Corp (nvda, -2.64%) and mapping service TomTom NV (tmoay, +1.88%).
Intel, which dominates the calculating engines known as microprocessors, reported quarterly revenue of $14.8 billion and operating profit of $3.8 billion.
Those microprocessors control everything from the car’s engine to its adaptive suspension system.
The European Commission's competition department, at the time headed up by commissioner Neelie Kroes, fined Intel for abusing its dominant position in the x86 microprocessor market between 2002 and 2007.
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computers : the device in a computer that manages information and controls what the computer does
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