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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Full steam ahead for commercialisation.
As few as two years for phones.
Partners with SiFive.
Will release it early 2019.
Will push its products down to 7nm
Goes gunning for Intel.
Tallwood sells it on.
Reduces the hit from simple OoO parts.
A billion cores within two years.
Promises 2-4x boost in performance.
OnCue not proving popular with partners.
Pushing the Power ISA forward.
Future motherboards will support Itanium or Xeon.
ARM has unveiled its first 28nm-based Cortex-A15 hard macro, in a move designed to give Intel cause for concern.
ARM has launched a new microprocessor, the Cortex-M0+, which draws just 9µA/MHz.
ARM has confirmed that future chip designs will feature HyperThreading-like technology.
ARM has announced that it has worked with GlobalFoundries to produce a 2.5GHz chip.
Microsoft has announced a new agreement with ARM that hints at increased Windows support.
ARM has announced a partnership with AMD's fab spin-off Globalfoundries that will see the companies mass produce system-on-chip devices based around a 28nm process.
Comments from Microsoft's CEO point the finger at an ARM-compatible build of Windows 7 in the pipeline, with the company unwilling to give Linux a foothold in the market.
Pegasys announces a plug-in for TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress that takes advantage of Toshiba's SpursEngine chip.
Freescale is to launch a new CPU - the i.MX515 - based around ARM's Cortex-A8 system and aimed at the netbook market.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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