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Start-up looks to do the math with new chip

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Start-up looks to do the math with new chip

Start-up ClearSpeed Technology hopes to turbocharge supercomputers and servers with a new chip designed to absorb a lot of the excess math. “The company’s CS301 processor, which will be demonstrated publicly for the first time at the SC2003supercomputing conference in Phoenix next week, is a low-power, multiple-core chip built to handle the complex, but repetitive, math calculations involved in data compression, protein matching or film rendering.”

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