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Marvell HyperDuo

CNET senior associate editor Dong Ngo shows off the Marvell HyperDuo hard drive controller technology.

By Jan. 7, 2011


Marvell chip makes appliances and LED lights 'smart'

The Internet of things starts at home: Marvell at CES introduces a chipset for networking appliances and LED bulbs wirelessly.

By Jan. 9, 2012


New Google TV taps Marvell system-on-a-chip

The new Google TV platform taps Marvell chip but Google still has some work to do on the software side.

By Jan. 5, 2012


Marvell intros 802.11ac-enabled all-in-one chip for mobile devices

Marvell announces its Avastar 88W8897 wireless chip that incorporates 802.11ac, NFC, and Bluetooth in an effort to create a complete and robust mobile wireless package.

By Jun. 4, 2012


Marvell intros low-cost, high-performance SATA controller for SSDs

Marvell unveils its third-generation SATA controller for SSDs that offers more features and high-speed performance at lower cost and energy consumption.

By Mar. 14, 2012


Marvell chip designed to improve LED light quality

New controller chip for LED bulbs brings higher-quality light into the price range of consumer bulbs and the ability to connect bulbs on a network.

By May. 16, 2011


Hands-on with the Marvell HyperDuo hybrid storage controller

Marvell's demos show that its HyperDuo hybrid storage controller is a great way to get the best out of your computer's storage.

By Jan. 6, 2011


Marvell hybrid controller meshes HDD, SSD

Marvell introduces a new storage controller designed specifically for a high-performance hybrid of a traditional hard drive and a solid state drive.

By Jan. 4, 2011


Marvell backs ambitious $100 OLPC tablet

The One Laptop Per Child foundation's futuristic vision of an inexpensive tablet computer for children of developing nations is closer to reality, thanks to a partnership with manufacturer Marvell.

By May. 27, 2010


Marvell super-upgrades its Plug Computer

Marvell's new version of Plug Computer, version 3.0, is much more advanced than its previous generation.

By Jan. 5, 2010