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May 19, 1996
"Follow His Muse" (April 15) may not have clearly conveyed the relative performance of MicroUnity's mediaprocessors and Intel's Pentium. Although it is true by certain criteria that our design will be many times faster than a Pentium microprocessor, the Pentium will itself run native PC software faster than a mediaprocessor. It is also worth noting that Pentium microprocessors have been in high-volume production for years, while mediaprocessors are only just emerging from development.
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BUSINESS
May 19, 1996
"Follow His Muse" (April 15) may not have clearly conveyed the relative performance of MicroUnity's mediaprocessors and Intel's Pentium. Although it is true by certain criteria that our design will be many times faster than a Pentium microprocessor, the Pentium will itself run native PC software faster than a mediaprocessor. It is also worth noting that Pentium microprocessors have been in high-volume production for years, while mediaprocessors are only just emerging from development.
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BUSINESS
April 15, 1996 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Moussouris was 15, spending Easter vacation with a Greek uncle who was the disciple of a local mystic, when he had his "intellectual awakening." Studying a text on quantum mechanics one drowsy afternoon, Moussouris suddenly saw the patterns on the wallpaper become inverted: The white background became the prominent design and the black pattern became empty spaces in the wall.
BUSINESS
April 15, 1996 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Moussouris was 15, spending Easter vacation with a Greek uncle who was the disciple of a local mystic, when he had his "intellectual awakening." Studying a text on quantum mechanics one drowsy afternoon, Moussouris suddenly saw the patterns on the wallpaper become inverted: The white background became the prominent design and the black pattern became empty spaces in the wall.
BUSINESS
March 15, 1990 | MICHAEL SCHRAGE
As Donald J. Trump will tell you, being a billionaire can be such a headache. The press hounds you, lawyers do locust impressions--and then there's all that darn money to keep track of. Except for the press, the lawyers and the money--this is exactly the same problem the semiconductor industry is facing. Today, semiconductor moguls can squeeze a couple of million transistors on a chip.
BUSINESS
December 25, 1994 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
LAND HO! Isaac Tigrett, co-founder of the Hard Rock Cafe and developer of the House of Blues, has his eye on future upscale blues joints around the country and as far afield as Paris. He is also reputed to be entertaining plans for themed entertainment real estate projects--similar to CityWalk in Universal City--in Las Vegas and elsewhere. . . . Koll Real Estate Group is pressing ahead with plans for a 3,300-home development in the environmentally sensitive Bolsa Chica wetlands.
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