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Sony will run with Transmeta's LongRun2

The deal is a boon for the chip designer, which has been posting losses and considering staff cuts.

January 24, 2005


Former Intel clone maker seeks buyer

The for-sale sign is up at Transmeta, once a supplier of Intel-compatible chips that later remade itself into a supplier of chip patents.

By September 24, 2008


Transmeta licenses low-power tech to Nvidia

Agreement covers all of Transmeta's patents and patent applications, as well as the LongRun2 suite of advanced power management technologies.

By August 7, 2008


Transmeta receives $150 million payment from Intel

Transmeta received the $150 million settlement from Intel, now what?

By February 11, 2008


Former Intel rival under attack

After posting just $43,000 in revenue in the third quarter, Transmeta is faced with a shareholder's buyout effort.

By February 3, 2008


Transmeta charts new course

Manufacturing turned out to be a bust for the chipmaker, so company is moving deeper into licensing.

By March 31, 2005


Chipmakers step ahead

roundup Sony taps Transmeta for power-stingy processors. Also: TI puts cell phone tasks on a single chip.

By January 24, 2005


Transmeta reduces production, seeks big brother

The company hasn't quit chips yet, but it says it needs a partner to continue.

By January 21, 2005


Transmeta shows the fine print on Efficeon

The chipmaker unveils the technical details about a completely revamped processor that it says will provide better performance than that of its predecessors.

By October 14, 2003