AMD announced its first ARM-based server chip yesterday called Seattle. Does this mean Intel is in trouble?
The computer chip manufacturer, ARM, recently announced a new video processor that helps content producers stop piracy on mobile platforms. The video chip is called the Mali-V500 and comes with embedded anti-piracy features offering HD video playback security. ARM says this new chip meets the most stringent of anti-piracy testing standards on all mobile devices.
The ARM-Intel battle is heating up now that Cortex A-12 and Silvermont are officially announced, but who’s going to reign as mobile supreme in the end?
Billion-dollar company and the driver behind 90% smartphones, ARM unveils its newest Cortex A12 CPU architecture and Mali-T622 mid-range GPU. Smartphones and tablets have sold like never before. With 300 million of ARM powered devices sold in 2010 and a projected 2 billion in 2015, the company is trying to capitalize on the situation and
It seems Samsung's implementation of ARM's new big.LITTLE heterogeneous computing architecture isn't entirely what people (and perhaps Samsung too) hoped it would be.
At the ARM TechCon which is being held in Santa Clara, CA the company introduced its first processors based on 64-bit ARMv8 architecture. Under the name Cortex-A53 and -A57, the company plans to usher itself into the microserver era, where it won't face competition from Intel until 2016.
GlobalFoundries delivered a 1-2 punch today, announcing the 14nm process for 2014. The semiconductor maker plans to manufacture chips in 14nm node named "eXtreme Mobility", offering FinFET three-dimensional transistors and Fully Depleted SOI to boot.
ARM and GlobalFoundries have signed an agreement to develop System-on-Chip (SoC) technology for ARM processors using GlobalFoundries' 20-nanometer design and FinFET process.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
In June, VIA claimed that its APC (Android PC), a neo-ITX motherboard compatible with most ITX/ATX cases based on an ARM SoC and PC-like interfaces, was a sell-out success thanks to its $49 price-tag. The company today deleased all the software and documentation needed by developers and geeks to get started with the kit.
Behind the scenes, Intel is trying to raise uncertainty around its competitors in the mobile field which have as crushing share as Intel has on the PC market. However, with continuous delays of their next-gen hardware, one must ask is "Intel's manufacturing advantage" really all that?
ARM has announced the Cortex-M0+ CPU, which it is claiming is the world's most energy-efficient processor.
Last November, NVIDIA announced CUDA on ARM during the unveiling of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, which is powered by combination of ARM based Tegra 3 SOC and the CUDA GPUs (prelude of Project Denver). Today, the company launched a developer kit based on this combination named CARMA.
It's surprising how certain apparently obvious things come as a chock to some and now notebook makers have noticed that Intel and AMD's processors cost more than ARM based SoCs, something they think is an issue in the low-power market space. As such, the notebook makers now wants Intel and AMD to offer more competitive
The debate between "PC Everywhere" and "Post PC" is currently raging in the boardrooms and between consumers and there are mostly two bases everybody discusses: X86 or ARM architecture. Well, not anymore…
A lot of media outlets posted stories based on mythical business strategy that was supposed to be revealed on November 9th, 2011. We have seen rumors about ARM processors, "the new AMD" etc. The truth is a bit different – and you might already know it.
It's somewhat amusing when you consider how far ahead of actual product availability that ARM announces upcoming solutions, although as an IP only company ARM might not have a lot of direct competitors when it comes to its CPU cores, but today's upcoming GPU announcement is an entirely different kettle of fish. As ARM allows
Although ARM has already announced its next gen Cortex-A15 core based on the ARMv7 architecture some time ago, the company has now unveiled some details of its upcoming ARMv8 architecture. The biggest and possibly most important change, depending on how things move forward in the universe of ARM powered devices, is 64-bit support in ARMv8.