In 2005, Transmeta will disclose its next chip, an unnamed processor with twice the cache, together with a memory bus three times as fast as the current generation and a processor bus four times as fas. The chip will also include an improved microarchitecture allowing to process more instructions per clock. Future chips will include 64-bit instruction extensions and virtualization technology, which allows PCs to boot multiple operating systems simultaneously and switch between them on the fly.

In 2005, Transmeta will disclose its next chip, an unnamed processor with twice the cache, together with a memory bus three times as fast as the current generation and a processor bus four times as fas. The chip will also include an improved microarchitecture allowing to process more instructions per clock. Future chips will include 64-bit instruction extensions and virtualization technology, which allows PCs to boot multiple operating systems simultaneously and switch between them on the fly.