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05 Dec 2001: NDS, SAGEM and IBM Plan to Develop Next Generation Set Top Box to Drive PVR Technology
03 Dec 2001: IBM Advances New Form of Transistor to Improve Chips
22 Oct 2001: IBM Adds Muscle To PowerNP Network Processor Initiatives
17 Oct 2001: IBM Introduces 1 GHz PowerPC Microprocessor
12 Oct 2001: IBM Unveils Revolutionary Low-Power Chip Technologies
05 Oct 2001: IBM Announces It Has Shipped More Than 25 Million Copper Chips
01 Oct 2001: IBM Launches "High-Powered" Initiative for "Low-Power" Products and Services
21 Aug 2001: IBM, OpenTV Combine Technologies to Enhance Television Set-top Boxes
25 Jun 2001: IBM Announces World's Fastest Silicon-Based Transistor
08 Jun 2001: IBM Alters Silicon to Increase Chip Speeds Up To 35 Percent
21 May 2001: IBM and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation to Develop Low-Power Chips for Next-Generation Cell Phones
16 May 2001: IBM Set-Top-Box Chip Expands Use of Linux in Consumer Applications
30 Apr 2001: IBM Microdrive Is Out Of This World
30 Apr 2001: IBM Joins RapidIO Trade Association to Promote Adoption of New Interconnect Technology
13 Apr 2001: New IBM Chips to Drive Innovative, Lower-Power Internet Appliances
26 Mar 2001: IBM to Broaden Access to Silicon Germanium for Emerging Chip Designs
13 Mar 2001: IBM and Hitachi Enter Agreement to Speed Server Manufacturing and Development and Further AIX 5L UNIX Platform
12 Mar 2001: IBM Joins EUV LLC Next-Generation Lithography Development Program
12 Mar 2001: Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., IBM and Toshiba Join to Develop "supercomputer-on-a-chip" for the Broadband Era
01 Feb 2001: The Drive for Peak Performance - IBM Introduces Record-breaking 15,000 RPM, 36-GB Hard Disk Drive

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