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Press Release 08-150
Multi-Core Chip Research to Lead to Performance Gains, Power Reduction for High- and Low-End Computing with $6 Million Support from NSF, SRC

Joint research by Semiconductor Research Corporation and National Science Foundation aims at ground-breaking solutions for problems challenging the electronics industry

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An artistic visualization of a computer circuit board.

The world is used to computers getting faster and more powerful with each passing year. These gains in performance depend on improving computer chips. In recent years, computers using multi-core chips have shown great promise in allowing for continued improvements in computer performance. NSF and SRC have joined together in a new initiative to improve the design and architecture of these chips.

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