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Playing poker with applications processors: Can two ARM Cortex-A15 cores beat four ARM Cortex-A9 cores?
One maxim in the multicore biz is that more (processor cores) is better. Is that really true? All the time? “No” says Texas Instruments. In connection with this weeks (MWC) Mobile World Congress neing held in Barcelona, Texas instruments has … Continue reading
Who was the big winner at this week’s Mobile World Congress? That would be ARM, wouldn’t it?
Among the big pile of announcements at this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, these announcements stand out: Broadcom takes one of everything. ElectronicsWeekly.com reports that Broadcom has licensed every ARM processor core from the flagship multiprocessor Cortex-A15 through the … Continue reading
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