4/29/2002 - IBM today disclosed technical details on a new embedded PowerPC processor with built-in features to support more efficient packet processing for high-speed communications and storage applications. The new chip - the IBM PowerPC 440GX - was designed by IBM using the company's ASIC methodology to combine the PowerPC 440 processor core and other key functions on a single chip. The new embedded processor, an upgrade to IBM's PowerPC 440GP, is targeted to support CPU speeds of 466 to 600MHz.
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