Crusoe : Computer Hardware Buyers’ Glossary

I have left this tombstone entry for historical interest.

Transmeta’s now defunct X86-compatible low-power chip for mobile computing. The heart of the technology was the combination of a VLIW (Very Long Instruction Word) engine and Code Morphing software. Ars Technica did an article on it. Transmeta supplanted it with the Efficéon. (the é is actually an e with horizontal bar over it.)

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