"Transmeta came to London today for the European launch of its
Crusoe microprocessor, which it claims will reduce the cost and
power consumption of mobile devices."
"Today the company revealed that several European engineers
contributed to Crusoe's development. Transmeta chief executive Dave
Ditzel said the company has developers in Ireland and Spain, as
well as the US and Japan."
" '[Mobile Linux]... has power management features which take
advantage of Crusoe's low power features. It has a compressed
memory file system so programs only take half the space, and is
designed for diskless operation, which saves costs, weight and
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