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AMD sets date for ARM Opterons
TechEye / 2/7/14
AMD has revealed additional details about its upcoming server-class Opteron microprocessors code-named "Seattle" with ARMv8 micro-architecture. The company said it will ship samples of the chips to software makers this quarter. Suresh Gopalakrishnan ...
Crocus Technology Licenses ARM SecurCore Processor for Next-Generation ...
Broadway World / 2/6/14
Crocus's new range of secure microcontrollers will combine SecurCore technology with Crocus's innovative Magnetic Logic Unit (MLU) architecture. The combined strengths of these two advanced technologies will enable companies to more easily ... “ARM is pleased to be working closely with Crocus to enable and protect our increasingly connected world,” said Noel Hurley, deputy general manager, CPU Group, ARM. “This partnership will build on the strong trust in smart, energy-efficient ARM-based technologies ...
AMD to Ship ARM-Based Opteron PCs to Software Makers This Quarter.
X-bit Labs / 2/6/14
Advanced Micro Devices has revealed additional details about its upcoming server-class Opteron microprocessors code-named “Seattle” with ARMv8 micro-architecture and said it would ship samples of the chips to software makers this quarter. “The needs of ...
ARM's revenues climb by 24%, signs v8 architecture license
New Electronics / 2/4/14
The company signed 26 processor licences and noted 'momentum continues' in computing, servers and networking applications with the signing of an ARMv8 architecture licence and two ARMv8 processor licences. The licenses were signed with 22 ...
Apple Inc. (AAPL) 64-Bit Mobile Processors Are Over-Hyped
Dazeinfo / 2/3/14
Nvidia, Samsung and MediaTek use the ARM CPU cores directly. Apple and Qualcomm buy licences from ARM and they design their own CPU cores which are compatible with ARM's ISA (Instruction Set Architecture). Qualcomm was the first mobile SoC ...
Why would devs be opposed to the PS4`s x86 architecture?
GameDev.net / 2/2/14
In the numerous presentations and interviews regarding the genesis of the Playstation 4 Mark Cerny said he faced some resistance regarding making the PS4`s architecture based on the x86. He had to convince a number of people,including third ... On the x86 if you want to copy memory you might have a way to do a DMA transfer (tell the memory to copy directly from one memory point to another) but in practice that rarely happens; everything goes through the CPU. Compare this with many other systems where you ...
ARM Ecosystem collaborates for initial server platform standard
Canadian Reviewer / 1/31/14
ARM announced the collaborative development and immediate availability of a platform standard for ARMv8-A based (64-bit) servers, known as the ARM 'Server Base System Architecture' (SBSA) specification. This effort included input and support from ...
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