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The Rise mP6-PR266 microprocessor.
The Rise mP6-PR266 microprocessor.

Rise Technology, was a short lived microprocessor manufacturer that produced the Intel x86 MMX compatible mP6 processor. Image File history File linksMetadata Rise_mP6_266. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Rise_mP6_266. ... The following article is about the multinational corporation; intel is also an abbreviation for intelligence, used in reference to military intelligence and espionage. ... x86 or 80x86 is the generic name of a microprocessor architecture first developed and manufactured by Intel. ... MMX is a SIMD instruction set designed by Intel, introduced in their Pentium MMX microprocessors. ... The MP6 was a microprocessor designed by Rise Technologies to compete with Intels Pentium line of CPUs. ...


It is now involved in the making of set-top boxes and consumer electronics.


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Encyclopedia: Rise Technology (337 words)
Rise Technology, was a short lived microprocessor manufacturer that produced the Intel x86 MMX compatible mP6 processor.
While there is no doubt that most technology stocks are cyclical in nature, in that corporations gear up their technology investment on the back of expansion of their core business, technology like all machinery needs replacing and upgrading periodically.
During the last technology boom, much of the sector became hostage to the marketing and public relations hype, which conveyed little of substance about the verifiable achievements and progress of the enterprises, their products and services, other than a permanent sense of perpetual optimism.
Rise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (104 words)
Rise, a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire
RISE is an earthquake information sharing web portal
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