US-Slovak tech company tests its ultra-low energy consumption processor

The processor should help data centres improve their performance and energy consumption.

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The US-Slovak company Tachyum is currently testing a prototype universal processor called Prodigy.

Radoslav Danilák from Tachyum said that the company will be able to complete the design of the processor in the coming months and will then make it available to its first users, the TASR newswire.

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Going by his description of the product, the processor will help data centres by significantly improving their performance and energy consumption along with savings on server room and physical space.

Data centres are responsible for 3 percent of the world’s electrical consumption, with that share doubling every five years.

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