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POWER is an acronym for: Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC; a RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) architecture central processor, designed, produced, and sold by International Business Machines: IBM. It is the basis for, and remains similar to, two better known processors and brands: 1) The PowerPC processor, used in: later Apple Macintosh personal computers, some IBM workstations, later Microsoft game computers (Xbox 360); and many embedded applications. 2) The Cell processor, a 9 core multiprocessor, on one chip.


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