superscalar

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superscalar

(ˌsuːpəˈskeɪlə)
adj
(Computer Science) (of a computer) performing several tasks at once
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Multi-Objective Optimizations for a Superscalar Architecture with Selective Value Prediction.
The superscalar architecture delivers parallel ARM instructions for better performance and better efficiency at lower MHz, say officials for the Hebron, Ky.-based manufacturer.
Features include a 6.5-foot drop rating, Texas Instruments OMAP3 processor and superscalar architecture delivers parallel ARM instructions for better performance and better efficiency at lower MHz.
The module is available with a choice of either 1.3+ GHz or 800 MHz VIA Nano E-Series processors, combining native 64-bit and virtualization support with a high-performance superscalar architecture in a low power thermal envelope.
The NL7000 family of knowledge-based processors offers superior parallel processing capabilities through an advanced superscalar architecture with deep pipelining and advanced power management that allows the processor to handle multiple tasks at 40 Gigabits-per-second (Gbps) line rates while maintaining the lowest power.
The chips also use superscalar architecture, which VIA says will give superior performance for a range of tasks.
"Red Storm embodies the same design philosophy as our new Cray X1T vector-based product in a highly cost-effective superscalar architecture and will be a key initiative for Cray.
The UltraSPARC-IIi processor, based on the SPARC V9 superscalar architecture, builds on the strength of the 64-bit UltraSPARC microprocessor family and adds the functionality of memory and PCI controllers to deliver a tightly integrated single-chip solution.