Thought that the 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 mobile processor clock speed is just insane? Think again. 3 GHz ARM processors to land in 2014, chaos ensues.
Rockchip Electronics announced their next generation 28nm SoCs for tablets based on GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ 28nm High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) manufacturing process.
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.
During the keynote speech at the Mentor Graphics User Conference, Sameer Halepete, Vice President of VLSI Engineering at NVIDIA Corporation, said that the industry has to move to 450mm wafers as soon as possible.
Three players joined in the largest foundry alliance – the Common Platform Alliance will present next generation silicon at the 2012 Common Platform Technology Forum in Santa Clara, California.
We've already reported about Globalfoundries and ARM's relationship when we visited GTC Taiwan back in September and back then the two companies had 2GHz Cortex-A9 test chips up and running. Fast forward three months and the two have achieved speeds of 2.5GHz, again on test chips, but they've also announced that they've taped out 20nm technology qualification
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.
Shareholders don't tend to be happy with interim management and GlobalFoundries have now gone and made its interim CEO, Ajit Manocha its fulltime CEO. Apparently he wasn't the only choice though, but he proved himself to the board of directors during his four months as interim CEO and was chosen from a range of candidates