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5GHz octa-core x86 processor from AMD
ElectronicsWeekly.com / 6/11/13
“Featuring the Piledriver architecture, they are unlocked for overclocking. Additionally, these processors feature technology to dynamically optimise performance across CPU cores and enable maximum computing for the most intensive workloads,” said AMD.
ARM Is Running Scared As Lenovo Release Intel Flagship
Seeking Alpha / 6/11/13
ARM is claiming that its RISC architecture to be far superior than Intel's x86 architecture and its current 28 nm processors will outperform Intel's upcoming 22 nm Tri-Gate 3D Silvermont chips. Intel's current mobile processors are produced at the 32 nm node, while the best mobile processors from ... Anwyay, there was a recent battery of tests done by ABI Research and involving the Lenovo K900 phablet, powered by this CPU. They compared the Clover Trail+ to the latest Qualcomm, Nvidia and Exynos chipsets.
Intel exec says Silvermont trumps ARM in power, performance
CIO Magazine / 6/7/13
A top Intel executive said the power and performance battle with ARM is over, because Intel's upcoming chips based on its Silvermont architecture are ahead on key metrics required to deliver strong performance and battery life on smartphones and tablets.
Intel Breaks ARM, Sends Shares Down 20%
Seeking Alpha / 6/7/13
In CPU performance, Intel's part scored 5547 and drew 0.85A while doing so on average with 1.05A at peak. The ARM A15 quad core part scored 5277 with average current draw of 1.38A and maximum of 1.71A. Qualcomm did better in performance scoring ...
Intel and ARM Face Off in Tablets and Phones at Computex
PC Magazine / 6/6/13
This architecture will be used in the Bay Trail-M platform for laptops and the Bay Trail-T platform for tablets running both Windows 8 and Android, which should be out in time for the holiday season. It will also be in the Merrifield chips aimed at smartphones, which aren't likely to appear until early ... The Snapdragon 800 processors feature an integrated multimode 3G/4G LTE modem and CPU speeds of up to 2.2GHz per core. Qualcomm demonstrated the processors running Windows RT 8.1 at the show and said it ...
Intel's Haswell and Bay Trail Processors Sound Bugle for ARM
Mobile bloom News / 6/6/13
Intel's move towards capturing the mobile phone market has begun, although slowly, with the company offering its Medfield chip based on Silvermont architecture and expected to ship out to various leading phone manufacturers by the end of the year.
ARM Holdings Starts To Sound Desperate
Seeking Alpha / 6/5/13
Intel's CPU combined score is 9399 in a similarly power constrained envelope, suggesting that two of Intel's 5 year old cores built on its old 32nm process can stack up very well against 4 of ARM's latest and greatest A15 designs built on Samsung's 28nm HKMG ... Today, in a power constrained environment, 32nm "Saltwell" does quite well against quad 28nm A15s, and at 22nm with a totally new micro-architecture, "Silvermont" will almost certainly drastically outperform ARM's offerings in almost every relevant area.
ARM unveils AMBA 5 Coherent Hub Interface architecture
Computer Business Review / 6/4/13
The AMBA 5 CHI specification is based on AMBA 4 ACE technology and is used by the ARMv8 architecture-based Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 processors as well as the CoreLink DMC-520 Dynamic Memory Controller and CoreLink CCN-504 Cache ...
New ARM CPU comes with Trustzone – anti piracy in a chip
myce.com / 6/4/13
The Mali-V500 chip from ARM has built-in anti-piracy measures. The British chip manufacturer announced the new Mali chips on Computex and according to the Financial Times they contain anti-piracy measures. The TrustZone technology, as ARM calls it, ...
Taking on ARM Defines Intel's Announcements at Computex 2013
Hardware Canucks / 6/4/13
Intel's other big announcement at its Computex keynote was its 22nm Merrifield and Bay Trail-T processors based on the Silvermont architecture as well as the Bay Trail-T, designed for smartphones and low powered tablets. Intel says Bay Trail-T will feature ...
ARM launches the Cortex-A12
DecryptedTech / 6/3/13
ARM has introduced a new processor architecture and accompanying GPU, designed for mobile devices from mid-priced range. They presented CPU ARM Cortex-A12, Mali-T622 GPU and video processor Mali-V500. According to ARM's words, the ...
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