John Walko, EE Times(03/14/2007 8:45 AM EDT) LONDON
— IBM has started making its Cell processor on a 65-nm Silicon-on-Insulator process at its East Fishkill, New York plant, moving from a 90-nm process to achieve higher speeds and lower power.
For the moment the devices in the 65-nm process are targeted at blade servers rather than Sony's PS3 games consoles, and are being made in relatively small volumes.
The Cell Broadband Engine was originally developed in conjunction with Sony Corp. and Toshiba Corp., and is a variant of PowerPC architecture.
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