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2014 Will Be The Year That ARM Breaks The x86 Monoculture
Data Center Knowledge / 12/6/13
However, because of the inherent limitations engendered by the x86 architecture, the servers built around that architecture, and the data centers constructed to house and support those servers, there is also an inward pressure that incentivizes a radical ...
Samsung's 64-bit Question
DailyFinance / 12/3/13
When Apple announced that its iPhone 5s sported a 64-bit CPU, the marketing race was on. While a transition to 64-bit -- either ARM64 or X86-64 -- was inevitable in the mobile space, Apple did it well before anybody else did. Now, the rumors are flying, and ...
Qualcomm, Nvidia and Broadcom to launch their 64-bit chips next year
IntoMobile / 12/2/13
If the operating system and applications don't use the extra horse power (and improved architecture), there's little point in using these more advanced chips. On the other hand, adding that 64-bit label could help handset makers convince potential buyers their ...
Samsung Galaxy S5 rumours mount: 64-bit CPU, possible March launch
gearburn / 12/2/13
Samsung's no slouch in the phone department. As soon as it ejected the Galaxy S4 from its doors, Galaxy S5 rumours began cropping up. Recently ETnew, a Korean tech site, managed to grab some sneaky details concerning the launch and specifications of ...
If Intel Bought MediaTek, ARM Would Be a Short
Motley Fool / 11/29/13
Intel has all of the resources in-house to build competitive systems-on-chips, graphics cores, CPU cores, and all of the other IP that goes into a chip. While the company does need to build up the skill of its design teams and to tweak its design methodologies in ...
Chip Developers Speed Up 64 bit Integration
WCCFtech / 11/29/13
Instead of Apple other major chip manufacturers like Nvidia, Qualcomm, Broadcom and Mediatek have not integrated the 64 bit ARMv8 architecture into their SOC's yet. MediaTek will be focusing on its octa-core project while pushing its 8 core SOC's like the ...
ARM Architecture wins design project for Gold Coast Cultural Precinct
WebWire (press release) / 11/28/13
Australian firm ARM Architecture has won the design competition for an expansive cultural precinct in Gold Coast City, Queensland, Australia. The firm has created designs to link together an immersive centre to promote the region's arts and cultural ...
ARM dismisses 128-bit
Fudzilla / 11/27/13
ARM dismissed a rumour that it was working on 128-bit processing architecture saying that in he coming years everyone in the ARM camp will try to improve their 64-bit offerings, not introduce all-new 128-bit CPUs that will not be needed for years to come.
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