Cutting gadget’s energy needs

(BOSTON HERALD): Lexington co. touts microchip tech as major breakthrough. It took only a handful of employees and less than $1.5 million for Adapteva Inc. to build what it’s touting as the world’s most energy-efficient microprocessor architecture. “It can scale from just a single microprocessor to thousands of microprocessors on a single chip,” CEO Andreas Olofsson said. Full Article

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