Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 11th Jul 2005 08:43 UTC
IBM New, super-concentrated format for all the PowerPC news that's fit to print. This issue: Supercomputing,, Apple, Cell, and more. In events: no-fee Web-based education: WebSeries webcasts and developerWorks tutorials, introducing "Solaris to Linux Migration," and more.
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by 1c3d0g on Mon 11th Jul 2005 14:16 UTC
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2005-07-06 looks to me as if IBM wants to generate more interest in the PowerPC Architecture since Apple left, but I'm not sure if PowerPC can ever become mainstream like they want it to. x86 is so ingrained into the industry that it seems no matter what IBM does, it can't get more than a small hold of the overall marketshare. Granted, it's a different story with consoles, but that's more because of clever marketing (IMHO) than facts. Still, it'll be interesting to see if IBM can pull it off with in-order CPU's.

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