"Transmeta's not the only chipmaker with codemorphing
software. IBM Research is developing its own way to ensure VLIW
"There's more than one way to guarantee software compatibility
between X86-based software and very long instruction word
processors. Transmeta -- which made its codemorphing software the
centrepiece of its low-power chips -- has developed one approach to
insuring compatibility. IBM Research, with its Dynamically
Architected Instruction Set from Yorktown (DAISY) translator, is
"Last month, the very long instruction word (VLIW) project at
IBM's TJ Watson Research Centre released DAISY into open source,
under the IBM open source licence. The DAISY dynamic compiler work
is an offshoot of IBM'S VLIW initiative, which began in 1986."
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