Mercury Computer Systems has signed a multiyear deal to use IBM's Cell chip to develop embedded computer systems that will process graphically intense images for the medical, defense and life sciences industries, the companies announced today.
Mercury and engineers from IBM's Engineering and Technology Services unit will collaborate to develop products with improved performance for graphic-intensive workloads and computationally intensive applications.
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