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Kalman said that the conventional way to use the 7205 is to dedicate each processor to a particular task and keep applications separate. You see two opearating systems, one on each of the processor cores, in so called asymmetric multiprocessing,” said Kalman. For SMP [symmetric multiprocessing] you need cache coherency mechanisms which are not present on the 7205.

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Kalman said that the conventional way to use the 7205 is to dedicate each processor to a particular task and keep applications separate. You see two opearating systems, one on each of the processor cores, in so called asymmetric multiprocessing,” said Kalman. For SMP [symmetric multiprocessing] you need cache coherency mechanisms which are not present on the 7205.

DDR3 is the third generation of double-data rate (DDR) synchronous memory. Samsung and others believe that DDR3 willbecome the mainstream DRAM technology by the end of this year. Some analysts, including Edwin Mok of Needham & Co. LLC, have suggested that DDR3 will not capture meaningful market share this year.

Samsung (Seoul, South Korea) said its DDR3 enables OEMs to design servers that use up to 192 gigabytes per system and provides a 60 percent improvement in lower power consumption with double the system (speeds up to 133 megabits per second) performance compared with its predecessor, DDR2.

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In conjunction with use of the Xeon processor 5500 series, DDR3 has the potential to dramatically improve the efficiency of data transactions in virtually any enterprise server application,” said Jim Elliott, vice president of memory marketing for Samsung's U.S. subsidiary, Samsung Semiconductor Inc., in a statement.

Intel (Santa Clara, Calif.) last month formerly rolled out server versions of its 45-nm Nehalem processors. The Xeon 5500 chips integrate memory controllers and a high-speed interconnect.

Forty 50-nm class Samsung DDR3 solutions have been validated to work with the Intel 5500 platform,Samsung said. The Samsung DDR3 devices that have passed Intel's validation program include 1- and and 2-Gb DRAM chips, as well as 1-, 2-, 4-, 8- and 16-GB registered dual-inline memory modules (DIMMs) and 1-, 2- and 4-GB unbuffered DIMMs, according to the company.

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Newly validated DDR3 chips are available at speeds of 800-, 1066- and 1333-megabits per second and can offer up to a 40 percent power savings at 1333-Mbps, compared to 60-nm-class DDR3 chips, Samsung said.

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KOA introduces the Universal Modular Fuse Links CCF-UM. The CCF-UM is a Universal Modular Fuse (UMF) with fusing characteristics according to IEC standard 60127-4, with current ratings from 400 mA up to 6.3 A. Its voltage rating is equal for AC and DC at 125 V. The circuit protector provides a high breaking capacity of up to 63 A at 125 V, and provides superior anti surge characteristics. KOA’s long experience and original technology guarantees stable fusing characteristics.

Kevin Rivette, a intellectual property consultant and author, completed a study of the first 360 post-grant reviews filed since the program started in 2001. While most cases follow a standard flow, the process can become byzantine in complexity, he said.

It takes 28 months for a case to go through the re-exam process, the Patent Office reports. But Rivette's study found a more typical average is 36 to 52 months unless there is an appeal in which case it can take five to eight years. No case has been through the full appeals process yet, although there is some evidence the process has been speeding up, Rivette said.

He described the Patent Assassin's approach as a tactic that will just swamp the patent office with stuff that really shouldn't be there. You lose a lot of your patent rights without ever being able to get to court,” he said.

In Rivette's view, the post-grant review process needs to be reformed because it has become a game people play in patent licensing negotiations. The standard should be very high so you don't have a lot of rework,” he said.

He recommended that all cases first be sent not to a patent examiner but to an administrative law judge seasoned with dealing with strongly opposed parties. The problem today is you have high powered litigators that examiners have to deal with, so it's an asymmetric power arrangement,” he said.

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