While there are many architectures available for computing today, client computing is dominated by the
X86 architecture. Recently, the x86-64 architecture has been released (commonly referred to as 64 bit computing)
offering additional benefits. Virtually all personal computers purchased since 2007 have CPU hardware supporting x86-64,
but operating systems fully utilizing this hardware have only recently become widespread. We only list
versions that have amassed at least 0.1% of the market share
during the selected time period.
|Jan '14 - Jun '14
||All Operating Systems
||All Search Engines
Try removing any applied filters above.
If you have a question as to why no results are being displayed, or you would like to request a new report to add to this site,
please always feel free to contact us.
ARM ushers in 64-bit Android architectures with Juno board
Inquirer / 7/3/14
... to assist Android's ascent into the 64-bit architecture market. The first of those is Linaro, a port of the Android Open Source Project to the 64-bit ARMv8-A architecture. ARM said the port was done on a development board codenamed "Juno", which is the second initiative to help Android reach the 64-bit market. The Juno hardware development platform includes a system on chip (SoC) powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU and dual-core ARM Cortex-A57 CPU in an ARM big.little processing configuration.
Linaro ports open source Android to 64-bit ARMv8-A architecture
ElectronicsWeekly.com / 7/3/14
“The ARM ecosystem is rapidly preparing for the benefits a 64-bit ARM architecture will bring to devices starting this year,” said James McNiven, general manager of systems and software at ARM. “Our collaboration with Linaro will enable our partners to create 64-bit devices ... The ARMv8-A hardware development platform includes an SoC with a quad-core ARM Cortex®-A53 CPU and dual-core ARM Cortex-A57 CPU in an ARM big.LITTLE™ processing configuration with a quad-core ARM Mali-T624 GPU linked via ...
ARM arms devs for 64-bit Android push with 'Juno' board
Register / 7/3/14
... to 64-bit architectures. The first is that Linaro, the not-for-profit mob making sure open sourcery runs well on ARM, has ported the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to the 64-bit ARMv8-A architecture and popped it out the door in the form of Linaro 14.06.
ARM and Linaro delivering nextgen Android solutions
Business Weekly / 7/3/14
A port of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to the ARMv8-A architecture has been made available today. The port has been tested on an ARMv8-A 64-bit hardware development platform, code-named Juno, available from ARM for lead and ecosystem ...
ARM partners with Linaro for 64-bit Juno dev board launch
bit-tech.net / 7/3/14
Designed primarily for engineers looking to build future devices based on the 64-bit Android port, the Juno board features the company's latest ARMv8 instruction set architecture - the first to feature true 64-bit support. Two Cortex-A57 cores provide the 'big' ...
ARM introduces Juno board for 64-bit, ARMv8 development
Liliputing / 7/3/14
Chips based on ARM'x next-generation architecture are set to begin shipping soon, which means we could see smartphones, tablets, TV boxes, and other devices with ARMv8, 64-bit chips in the not-too-distant future. But those devices will only be useful if ...
Advantages of the ARM Cortex-M4 Processor
Design News / 7/2/14
Attendees will get a quick overview of the ARM Cortex-M4 CPU architecture and how to use its key features to implement common MCU-based designs. The instructor, Warren Miller, will present a comparison to other ARM CPU families to help round out the ...
ARM Unveils Juno Platform for 64-Bit Android Development
eWeek (blog) / 7/2/14
ARM and Linaro, which is driving the development of open-source applications on ARM's chip architecture, is rolling out a hardware development platform, code-named Juno, which will run a 64-bit port of Android to enable developers and ecosystem partners to write software and tools for the upcoming Android-based tablets and ... Juno, which is essentially a small computer, will include an SoC that includes a quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU and dual-core Cortex A57 CPU in a configuration that leverages ARM's big.
ARM takes a look inside LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live
Morning Ledger / 7/2/14
Luckily folks over at ARM Holdings managed to get hold of both these devices, which means we have an initial review of the smart watches. By the way, in case you are wondering, they are the same guys who make CPU design for our smartphones and smart ...
ARM releases Juno dev platform for 64-bit computing
HEXUS / 7/2/14
In a move designed to accelerate the time to market for applications running the 64-bit-capable ARMv8-A Architecture, present on the latest generation of Cortex processors from the British company, ARM is today releasing Juno, a development board platform, to hardware partners and software developers. A bit of background first. 64-bit is ... These act as a fast storage area available to the CPU cores and, as such, the ability to hold more data is crucial in increasing performance. The ARM 64-bit topology includes 31 ...
Fabless Chinese chip firm licences 64bit ARM for tablets
ElectronicsWeekly.com / 7/1/14
... whitebox segments of the tablet and OTT set top box markets,” said Actions CEO Dr Zhenyu Zhou. Cortex-A50 is based on the ARMv8-A architecture, which first introduced 64bit support to the ARM architecture and is compatible with existing 32bit software.
Ask the Experts - ARM Fellow Jem Davies Answers Your GPU Questions
AnandTech / 6/30/14
When we ran our Ask the Experts with ARM CPU guru Peter Greenhalgh some of you had GPU questions that went unanswered. A few weeks ago we set out ... Mr. Davies holds three patents in the fields of CPU and GPU design and got his bachelor's from the University of Cambridge. If you've got any questions .... Samsung (ARM biggest customer) have been testing Intel's products for a while and I am pretty sure that by now they have some developers who know Intel's driver architecture. Don't you think one reason ...
There are currently no comments for this report. Be the first to !
to add a comment about this report.