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Short Take: HP seeks more EPIC instruction

Hewlett-Packard has donated $2 million to several universities to encourage teaching of the technology that underlies a new chip architecture it designed. The funding will go toward teaching of the Explicitly Parallel Instruction-set Computing (EPIC) design, which Intel is using for its upcoming 64-bit Itanium chip, the company said.

Hewlett-Packard has donated $2 million to several universities to encourage teaching of the technology that underlies a new chip architecture it designed. The funding will go toward teaching of the Explicitly Parallel Instruction-set Computing (EPIC) design, which Intel is using for its upcoming 64-bit Itanium chip, the company said.