Transmeta quits chip business

Posted on Monday, Jan 24 2005 @ 19:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Transmeta, a designer of power-efficient microprocessors, recently said it finalized its plans to exit x86 chip business and concentrate on licensing its technologies and microprocessor designs to other companies. The firm believes such move will increase the company’s profitability.

More info at X-bit Labs


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