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speedy largely terrestrial bird found from California and Mexico to Texas

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IBM, which has a major facility in Warwick, said its Engineering & Technology Services (E&TS) unit, which acts as product design specialists on behalf of industrial customers including Boeing and Honeywell International, plans to help customers embed the Cell chip in electronics that require vivid graphic or video processing, among other functions.
The demonstrated performance includes a power density of over 150 mW/cm2 at 510xC with a platinum-free cathode, and a total power output of over 20mW from a single fuel cell chip, the leading performance among nanometric thin film SOFCs.
NYSE:MU) introduced the industry's first sub-40 nanometer (nm) NAND memory device, unveiling a 34nm 32 gigabit (Gb) multi-level cell chip.
This combination of IBM's incredibly powerful Cell chip and BI's completely new approach to encoding, using multiple expert encoders in parallel, will change the entire economics of the video industry overnight," said Peter White, CEO of Rethink Research Associates in the U.
MTI Micro), developer of the award-winning Mobion(R) micro fuel cell technology for handheld electronic devices and a subsidiary of Mechanical Technology Incorporated (MTI) , demonstrated its integrated fuel cell chip used as the heart of its fuel cell systems for consumer product applications -- the company's target market for commercialization in 2009.
Cell Chip Protects Children and Adults From Cell Phone Radiation 4.
IBM developed the Cell microprocessor with Toshiba and Sony (which plans many uses for the chip, including putting Cell in its next generation gaming console, the Playstation 3), and manufactures the Cell chip at its Fishkill fabricator.