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ARM moves to open-source compiler
E&T magazine / 4/9/14
Rather than adopting the Gnu compiler technology, which is covered by the Gnu Public Licence (GPL), ARM has decided to embrace the combination of Clang and LLVM partly due to its architecture but also because the open-source licence used by the ...
Big ARM processors target software-defined networking
ElectronicsWeekly.com / 4/9/14
Also included in the architecture, and designed to work closely with the datapath engine, is an integrated L2 switch, enabling interconnect and peripherals to provide a complete system-on-chip for reduced power, form factor, cost and part counts.
ARM Compiler Builds on Open Source LLVM Technology
Broadway World / 4/8/14
ARM Compiler Builds on Open Source LLVM Technology ARM announces the availability of version 6 of the ARM Compiler, the reference code generation toolchain for the ARM architecture. ARM Compiler 6 adopts the Clang and LLVM open source ...
ARM bases their new Compiler 6 on Clang/LLVM
SemiAccurate / 4/8/14
ARM logo ARM bases their new Compiler 6 on Clang/LLVM With the release of Compiler 6 today, ARM moves from a proprietary architecture to one based on open sourced Clang/LLVM. Although there is going to be a lot contributed back the greater DS-5 ...
Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 810 And 808 64-Bit Chipsets
Techtree.com / 4/8/14
Both processors will switch to the ARM Cortex-A5x CPU cores instead of Qualcomm's Krait cores and will leverage the big.LITTLE architecture. The Snapdragon 810 is the chipset that will replace the long-awaited Snapdragon 805 (which we will soon see ...
64-Bit Snapdragon 808 and 810 Mobile Processors Announced
IntoMobile / 4/8/14
These products underscore Qualcomm Technologies focus on 64-bit leadership, accelerating its availability across all product tiers while maintaining a long-term commitment to the continued development of its own next-generation custom 64-bit CPU ...
Freescale Acquires Mindspeed's ARM Chip Business
TechWeekEurope UK / 4/8/14
With the acquisition, Freescale will inherit a range of multi-core embedded processors based on ARM's architecture as well as associated software, key members of the business and a top-tier global customer base. Woman engineer design chip © Semisatch ...
Qualcomm announces 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 810, hexa-core ...
NDTV / 4/8/14
The hexa-core Snapdragon 808 uses a combination of four Cortex A53 and two low-power Cortex A57 CPU cores, while the octa-core Snapdragon 810 uses four Cortex A53 and four Cortex A57 cores. In both processors, all CPU cores can be active at once.
Qualcomm announces 64-bit Snapdragon 808 and 810 SoCs
Digit / 4/8/14
The new chips will feature ARM's new architecture which the chip-maker will be using in its SoC's for the first time. Both the new chipsets integrate ... Qualcomm executive Murthy Renducintala says, " We continue to focus on 64-bit leadership, accelerating its availability across all product tiers while maintaining a long-term commitment to the continued development of its own next-generation custom 64-bit CPU microarchitecture, with more details expected to be shared later this year." According to Qualcomm, the ...
Qualcomm introduces 64-bit processors - Snapdragon 808, Snapdragon 810
The Mobile Indian / 4/8/14
Qualcomm has integrated the capability to support 2k resolution displays in Snapdragon 808 which also supports the 64-bit micro-architecture. The Snapdragon 808 is a hexa-core/six-core mobile processor packing two Cortex A57s cores and four Cortex A53 ...
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