"Risk production is expected in Fab 8 by the end of this year, with volume production in early 2013."
Somebody call Tom Cruise, it's a Risky Business this chip production.
ARM Holdings, the development company behind the ARM RISC collective that is expected to give x86 a run for its processor money, can't depend on one wafer baker partner, because with the exception of Intel, no one can. And so it is teaming up with GlobalFoundries on future chip tech, mirroring an existing deal with Taiwan …
"But how else is a chip designer supposed to hedge its bets?"
Supplying novel smart applications for sophisticated machines with new processor chipped core designs in supplementary and proprietary in-house driver peripherals would deliver a guaranteed package which cannot fail because of sub-prime standard, third party virtual machine misuse.
Core processor manufacturing providing and running software programs intelligently designed in-house for hardware designing software, conveniently bypasses and eliminates the weak link which blights and corrupts and infects traditional practices and established systems with their revealing systemic self-destructive conflict glitches ….. that which inputs random instruction into systems infrastructure machinery for future core machine processing ……. the not so very smart programmer and equally intellectually challenged systems analyst.
Replace the faulty and always failing standard parts with new raw virgin models specifically chosen for upgraded super sophisticated sublimely stable units without prior memory and historical store taints/perverting and subverting programming preloding earlier designed to server and maintain/secure and retain a status quo position which has proven itself to be a costly colossal and monumentally destructive block on virtual machine and human progress.
That then delivers to a chip designer a limitless range of derivative options to explore in futures markets to render all bets, sure fire certs/guaranteed certainties. And it is easily provided to any and all who would currently be in need of it, or would wish for it to be supplied to guarantee their product supplies.
Ah, Man from Mars! It is good to see from you. But you are making less, or rather more, sense than usual. I think.... ... Timothy Prickett Morgan Posted Tuesday 14th August 2012 12:42 GMT
How wise to have all bases covered there, tpm, which might indicate to me that you are more aware of what is in the offing and betatesting especial and secret intelligence services to deftly engage, with or without officialdom in cyber security and information assurance positions in Blighty, or expose them all as being totally unfit and ill prepared for AI and NEUKlearer HyperRadioProActive Futures with ITs Greater IntelAIgent Games in Live Operational Virtual Environments. Or it might not be such an indicator, and that would be disappointing whenever it would render to El Reg an exclusive lead program to report on and share with a global audience.
And this would be the second shot across the bows of the Mary Celeste that is Francis Maude's and James Quinault's command to energise control and exercise virtual power, with the first broadside being this message to email@example.com
Methinks they be more Captains Pugwash than Admirals Nelson, though, in their roles. Although no one would more pleased than I to be proven wrong on those nautical scores.
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