SEMINAR ON CRUSOE PROCESSOR : Mobile computing has been the buzzword for a long time. Mobile computing devices such as laptops, webslates and laptops are becoming more common today. A heart with each computer on your desktop or laptop microprocessor. Many microprocessors are commercially available for office PC companies such as Intel, AMD, Cyrix, etc. The market for mobile computing Never had a microprocessor designed specifically for her. The microprocessors used and laptops are optimized versions of microprocessors for desktop PCs. Mobile computer imposes very different requirements on processors as computers, office Yet until now, mobile platforms x86 simply made do with the same old desktop processors originally designed. These processors consume a lot of power, and they become very hot. When you're traveling, a processor power-hungry means you have to pay a price, short of energy before you're finished, run more slowly and lose application performance, or through the airport with books spare batteries. A hot processor must also fans for cooling, the resultant mobile computing larger, awkward and noisy. A redesigned microprocessor low power consumption will always be rejected by the market if performance is poor. So any attempt to do so must have a good "performance-power" maintain a balance between commercial success. Re-designed microprocessor is fully x86 compatible, as is the need to run x86 applications as conventional x86 microprocessors since most software is currently available designed to run on the x86 platform. Crusoe is the new microprocessor, designed specifically for mobile use in the market. It 'was designed taking into account previous these restrictions. This microprocessor has developed a small Silicon Valley start-up called Transmeta Corp. five years of hard work in a secret spending $ 100 million. The concept of Crusoe is well understood by the simple sketch of the processor architecture, called the amoeba. In this concept, x86 architecture is an amoeba containing poorly defined features such as segmentation, ASCII arithmetic, variable length instructions, etc. The amoeba has explained how a conventional microprocessor was in their design to be divided into hardware and software.

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