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Intel XScale

The XScale is Intel's name for the StrongARM CPU.

Digital Semiconductor, DEC's chip division which designed the StrongARM on licence with Acorn, Ltd, was sold to Intel as part of a lawsuit settlement. Intel used the StrongARM to replace their ailing line of outdated RISC processors, the i860 and i960[?].

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