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Electronics Weekly: Transmeta to reveal secrets of 'Crusoe'

Jan 18, 2000, 19:28 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Today (Wednesday, Jan 19) one of Silicon Valley's most eagerly awaited, but most closely guarded, secrets will be unveiled - the first product from Transmeta, codenamed 'Crusoe'."

"The five-year-old company, backed by one of America's richest men - Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen - employs Linux inventor Linus Torvalds and is headed up by former chief SPARC architect David Ditzel."

"Despite intense speculation, no one has discovered what Transmeta is trying to do...."

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