Transmeta updates Crusoe roadmap
Yesterday, at SG Cowen technological forum, Matthew Perry, Transmeta CEO, reported about company´s current affairs and presented an updated roadmap.
November 7 will be a good day for Transmeta, because Hewlett-Packard, simultaneously with Microsoft worldwide announcement, will present its Crusoe-based portable PC.
In addition, Transmeta may be happy about the fact that 7 of 10 leading Japanese notebook makers use its chips in their products. Respectively, 4 out of 10 world largest makers use Crusoe processors.
Currently Transmeta has samples of 1 GHz Crusoe TM5800, made on TSMC fabs using 0.13-micron process technology with copper interconnects. Chip area makes 55 sq.mm.
And this is the updated company roadmap:
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