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X-scale

On an oblique photograph, the scale along a line parallel to the true horizon.
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Intel software technologies help PC applications run on Intel XScale technology-based handhelds or Intel Xeon-based servers.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-9 January 2003-Display device manufacturers opt for XScale processors from Intel(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The demo, featured in the MontaVista booth at the recently-concluded Linux World and Expo in New York, highlighted Hard Hat(TM) Linux running on Intel's XScale reference platform.
The small footprint and power efficiency of the Cypress MoBL-USB TX2 well complements the Intel Monahans family of XScale technology-based Application Processors.
INTEGRITY is optimized for Intel XScale technology and well suited for applications based on the Intel IXP2XXX network processors that require high performance, high reliability and a cost-effective business model.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-22 September 2000-Intel to port Symbian platform to Intel XScale (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Intel and Intel XScale are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
M-Systems (Nasdaq:FLSH), a leader in flash disk data storage products, has announced that BSQUARE (Nasdaq:BSQR) has adopted DiskOnChip Millennium Plus into its Intel XScale Microarchitecture-based SmartBuild reference design platform for smart devices running Microsoft Windows CE .
Through the agreement, Arrow's OEM customer base will have seamless access to ADS' StrongARM[TM] and XScale embedded computer solutions that enable mobile, Internet-connected and wireless applications.
The business' processors, based on Intel(R) XScale technology, include the Intel(R) PXA9xx communications processor, codenamed "Hermon," which powers Research in Motion's (RIM) Blackberry(a) 8700 device.
The new RTOS, which now supports PowerPC, ARM, MIPS, and XScale processors, features full memory protection and guaranteed resource availability, yet still delivers sub-200-nsec interrupt response and sub-microsecond context switching (as measured on a 233-MHz processor).
The Intel StrongARM(2) processor and future processors using the Intel XScale microarchitecture are ideal for processing solutions that need high performance and low power consumption.