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Broadcom Shows off New Cpu Brcm 5000 Provides Dual Issue, Multithreading for Broadband Chips Generations of Cpu Development

@inproceedings{GwennapBroadcomSO,
  title={Broadcom Shows off New Cpu Brcm 5000 Provides Dual Issue, Multithreading for Broadband Chips Generations of Cpu Development},
  author={Linley Gwennap}
}
One should not light a candle and hide it under a bushel, but rather place it where all can see its light. For years, Broadcom has developed its own CPUs and hidden them inside a variety of system-on-a-chip (SoC) products. Recently, the company provided documentation on these CPUs exclusively to Microprocessor Report, allowing us to reveal its accomplishments for all to see. These documents provide an in-depth portrayal of an entire family of CPUs, culminating in the most recent design, the… 

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