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Intel and Silicon Hive working together to boost Atom performance

Posted on Wednesday, February 17 2010 @ 05:00:11 CET by

Intel revealed it is working together with Silicon Hive, a startup that develops software to boost parallel data processing, to improve the performance of Atom processors and SoCs in highly-threaded applications.
“We are excited to work with Intel to bring Silicon Hive parallel processing technology to the vast ecosystem of Atom-based SoCs and their very broad consumer applications. The strengthening of relationship between Intel and Silicon Hive offers a major growth opportunity for Silicon Hive and takes us further in our vision of mass-deployment of Silicon Hive’s technology for consumer benefit”, said Atul Sinha chief executive officer of Silicon Hive.

Silicon Hive designs, builds and licenses application-specific solutions for imaging, video processing and communications. The company’s products enable semiconductor and consumer electronics companies to make fully programmable system-on-chips improving time to market performance.
Source: X-bit Lab



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