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 Oct 06, 2004 - 05:30 PM - by Michael
* Via going 64-bit

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PC Games/Hardware/Microsoft
Via's got a press release up detailing their next processor, "Isaiah."

Interestingly, it - like the AMD line and presumably possibly an upcoming Intel line, is 64-bit.

Combining a high-performance 64-bit architecture with a low power design and the industry?s most advanced built-in security features, the Isaiah processor core, with the engineering code name ?CN?, is optimized for the rapidly emerging market for high definition computing and personal electronics devices that require the capability to run multiple tasks concurrently, such as decrypting a digital media stream while simultaneously displaying its contents in an ultra-high resolution format on an HDTV.
It'll be interesting to see what they do with this one.
 

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