Toshiba presented a 4GHz synthesisable SPU at symposium

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  1. B3D News

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    Our singular forum member one stumbled upon an article published in the
    Japanese magazine, Tech-On, about a presentation made by Toshiba
    Corporation Semiconductor Company, at the 2007 Symposium on VLSI
    Circuits at Kyoto, showcasing a new implementation of a Streaming
    Processing Unit (SPU), the same processor found in the STI Cell
    Broadband Engine, automatically migrated from its original custom
    design form into a synthesisable design form.

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    I wanted to know more about 4GHz synthesisable SPU in detail and I followed the link but the Japanese site did not come up :(
     
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    funny works for me :)
     
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    I just get a couple of buttons with Japanese and when I clicked on one, it just took me to a user login page :(
     

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