Low Power, High Performance Processors: the real deal

For the last few years, Transmeta has claimed a market niche based on low power, high performance processors. Transmeta has always been long on hype and short on real innovation. With a new generation of asynchronous processors, the real real low power, high performance chips are starting to arrive. Transmeta is dead. They just don't know it yet. The success of these asynchronous designs suggests that the days of VLSI chip designs based on clock trees may be numbered as well.

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Ian Kaplan, January 2003