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Latest ARM news

  • Russians want AMD and Intel out

    The first products will be Baikal M and M/S chips, designed on the basis of 64-bit nucleus Cortex A-57 made by UK company ARM, with frequency of 2GHz for personal computers and micro servers.
  • Intel sells a Xeon to Google and Facebook

    Diane Bryant, who leads Intel's data centre division, told reporters at a briefing this week that the move will help see off competition as rivals prepare low-power processors based on technology from ARM.
  • Chip companies set to desert USA

    He is predicting some bizarre takeovers as companies try to avoid paying US tax. These include Qualcomm for ARM Holdings, Texas Instruments for NXP Semiconductor, Intel for MediaTek, and Cavium for Mellanox, all of which, potentially meet the IRS requirements for inversion, he said.
  • Intel - the WiMAX firm - plans to fix 4G LTE hole

    But still nothing on LTE and ARM based vendors have a much better developed [egosystem] with much better flexibility in their platform components.
  • Cavium takes on Chipzilla with 48 cores

    It is starting to look like things are hotting up in the data centre with a war brewing between ARM vendor Cavium and Intel.
  • ARM sets up shop in Taiwan

    ARM will announce its first CPU Design Centre in Taiwan at Computex 2014.
  • Intel told to get out of mobile

    According to JP Morgan, quoted in EE Times, the X86 technology for both tablets and smartphones is inferior to ARM technology.
  • AMD gets ambidextrous with one ARM

    It announced its roadmap of near- and mid-term computing stuff which it says include the best characteristics of both the x86 and ARM "egosystems
  • 64-bit Android phone demand better than expected

    Fabless chip designer ARM has told | Cnet that the shift to 64-bit mobile gear is taking place faster than expected.
  • Intel woos Chinese tablet makers

    Intel is trying to get into the cheap and cheerful Chinese market by convincing OEMs behind the bamboo curtain that its low-power Bay Trail processors are an ARM alternative.
  • AMD samples Seattle with PR metaphors

    AMD began sampling its Opteron A1100 64-bit ARM processors (codenamed "Seattle") and is already touting using as many mixed metaphors as its PR department can think up.
  • Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 808 and 810

    The Snapdragon 810  has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A57 paired alongside four Cortex-53 CPUs. The cores will support the asymmetric operating modes that ARM came up with in 2013.
  • Microsoft employee gave secrets to blogger

    In July and August 2012, Kibkalo uploaded proprietary software including pre-release software updates of Windows 8 RT and ARM devices, as well as the Microsoft Activation Server Software Development Kit (SDK) to a computer in Washington and subsequently to his personal Windows Live SkyDrive account.
  • ARM wrestles with Intel on micro servers

    AMD is ready to release an ARM-based server platform in the fourth quarter and the dark satanic rumour mill suggests that it is going to give Chipzilla a kicking on price.
  • Mozilla to trash smartphone market

    Spreadtrum, a Chinese chipset developer, has built a chipset featuring a System-on-a-Chip reference design for FireFox OS using ARM designs capable of TD-LTE/TD-SCDMA/EDGE/GPRS and lowly GSM protocols.
  • MediaTek looks to US mobile market

    While many mobile chip designers are proudly showing off their four core designs, MediaTek's MT6595 chip has eight processing cores, four of which are using ARM's latest a17 design.
  • AMD sets date for ARM Opterons

    AMD has revealed additional details about its upcoming server-class Opteron microprocessors code-named "Seattle" with ARMv8 micro-architecture.
  • ARM gets interested in CeRAM

    ARM Holdings is apparently snuffling around a new non-volatile memory technology that could scale further and perform better than flash memory and resistive RAM (ReRAM)

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