Report claims Nintendo and Microsoft have signed up for the brains behind the PS3.
According to a report, Karl Freund, vice president for product marketing for System p, outlined what IBM, one of Nintendo's close hardware parnets, is heading towards in the future at a recent IBM event in Thailand.
Freund expressed his belief that PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii all offer tremendous innovation, and apparently stated that all three console manufacturers have signed up to use the new Power-based Cell CPU.
Cell is the much-paraded CPU behind Sony's forthcoming console and is the result of a joint venture between Sony, IBM and Toshiba. Details are very sketchy, so stay tuned for any developments.