TimeLab's Chip Tunes PC PerformanceBy John G. Spooner | Posted 2005-08-03 Email Print
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The startup is getting ready to offer a digital timing chip it says can boost performance of desktops or extend battery life in notebook PCs.Timing is everything when it comes to wringing the most out of a PC.
TimeLab Corp., a 4-year-old Andover, Mass., startup founded by researchers from Zoran Corp., a maker of chips for products such as DVD drives, is expected to later this month unveil TotalClock, a digital clock chip it says replaces the traditional timing gear for PCschips called phase-locked loopsand fosters improvements by better regulating chips' speeds.
The startup says TotalClock can regulate the clock speed of PC processors and other components, such as buses that shuttle data and memory, on the fly.
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