64-bit ARM

  • Calxeda ARM Cortex-A57 64bit Server Processor announced

    Start64!Calxeda's VP of Marketing Karl Freund talks about the status of Calxeda's ARM Powered server solutions and how they are launching their upcoming ARM Cortex-A15 32bit and then ARM Cortex-A57 32/64bit processors, what type of markets they expect to reach in the months and years to come.

  • ARM introduces 64-bit processors for phones, tablets and servers

    Start64!ARM on Tuesday introduced its first 64-bit Cortex-A50 series processor designs as the company tries to preserve its dominance in smartphones and tablets while catching up with Intel in servers.

  • ARM's Cortex A57 and Cortex A53: The First 64-bit ARMv8 CPU Cores

    Start64!Yesterday AMD revealed that in 2014 it would begin production of its first ARMv8 based 64-bit Opteron CPUs. At the time we didn't know what core AMD would use, however today ARM helped fill in that blank for us with two new 64-bit core announcements: the ARM Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53.

  • AMD Will Build 64-bit ARM based Opteron CPUs for Servers, Production in 2014

    Start64!Last year AMD officially became an ARM licensee, although the deal wasn't publicized at the time. Fast forward to June 2012 and we saw the first fruits of that deal: AMD announced it would integrate ARM's Cortex A5 core into its 2013 APUs to enable TrustZone support.

  • Red Hat, Inc. : ARM, Red Hat and AppliedMicro Aim to Develop Disruptive 64-bit Server Platform

    Start64!ARM, Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) and Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (NASDAQ:AMCC) today announced a collaboration that aims to develop a disruptive 64-bit server design platform to dramatically lower the total cost of ownership (TCO) of cloud computing, data centers and enterprises.

  • TSMC Will Use 64-Bit ARM CPUs to Test 16nm Technology in 2013

    Start64!Despite the attempts on Globalfoundries' part to take over, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is still the number one maker of logic chips.

  • 64-Bit ARM Processors Will Be Released in 2014

    Start64!According to surveys and market studies, many people around the world would like to see ARM-based processors in PCs and servers. If a certain plan pans out, this may happen next year. If not, there is always 2014.

  • Linaro Android, ARMv8(64bit) and big.LITTLE Mini Summits to be Held at LCE 12 Copenhagen

    Start64!Linaro Connect (LCE 12) will take place at the Bella Center in Copenhagen Denmark on 29 Oct to 2 Nov 2012. Registration for this event is now open and those who will be attending are encouraged to register earlier. In addition to the regular track sessions—Android, Graphics and multimedia, Kernel, Platform (Ubuntu and generic Linux), Power, QA/Infrastructure, Tools, Training and Validation/LAVA—this Linaro Connect event in Copenhagen will host three (3) mini summits.

  • Early ARM 64-bit Prototype Servers Could Come by Year End

    Start64!Early prototype 64-bit ARM servers could be available for testing purposes by the end of this year or possibly at the latest by the middle of next year, ARM said on Monday.  ARM will try to make inexpensive 64-bit server hardware available by working with partner Applied Micro Circuits, which has licensed the chip designer's 64-bit ARMv8 architecture, said Ian Ferguson, director of server systems and ecosystem at ARM.

  • Applied Micro Shows 64-bit ARM Server Chip, Ignites X86 Debate

    Start64!Applied Micro lifted the curtain on its 64-bit ARM-based server platform at the Hot Chips conference this week and ignited a debate about whether ARM is the right architecture for the data center. Pat Gelsinger, a former Intel CTO who is now president and COO of EMC, said he doesn't think ARM chips are right for servers. "I don't think the math makes sense," he said.

  • Analyst: ARM's 64-bit architecture is "clean and elegant"

    Start64!Last October, ARM disclosed technical details about its new v8 architecture - which is the first to include a 64-bit instruction set. The next-gen architecture is expected to significantly extend the reach of ARM processors in the lucrative server market, which is currently dominated by x86 chips.

  • Samsung Preparing ARM Cortex A15 64-Bit Server Processors

    Start64!We’ve talked already about Calxeda’s interesting server SoC that uses Cortex A9 cores and provides over ten times the efficiency of a Xeon server in certain tasks. ARM’s Cortex A15 architecture brings impressive IPC improvements over the A9 and Samsung is using the newer architecture for its future server processors.

  • Project Thunder looks to introduce 64-bit ARM servers-on-a-chip

    Start64!While ARM based system-on-a-chip (SoC) have recently been making waves in the datacenter space with product introductions from many vendors including Calxeda, HP, and Dell, all of the products released so far share one common limitation. Despite the significant improvement in energy efficiency and server density introduced with these various vendors’ products, the entire current crop of massively dense ARM-based datacenter servers is using 32-bit CPUs, with the associated memory limitations of the 32-bit address space.

  • ARM signs 64-bit deal with Cavium

    Start64!LONDON – Fabless networking chip firm Cavium Inc. (San Jose, Calif.) has announced that it is planning to deliver a family of multicore system-chips based on full custom cores designed to implement the 64-bit ARMv8 instruction set architecture from ARM Holdings plc (Cambridge, England), The chips will be aimed at "cloud" and data center opportunities, the company said.

  • ARM strikes strategic partnership with TSMC over 64-bit FinFET processors

    Start64!TSMC and ARM announced today that they will extend their existing collaboration beyond 20nm fabrication to deliver ARM-based processors that use FinFET transistors.

  • ARM and TSMC Collaborate to Optimize Next-Generation 64-bit ARM Processors for FinFET Process Technology

    Start64!Hsinchu, Taiwan and Cambridge, UK – July 23, 2012 – TSMC (TWSE: 2330, NYSE: TSM) and ARM today announced a multi-year agreement extending their collaboration beyond 20-nanometer (nm) technology to deliver ARM processors on FinFET transistors, enabling the fabless industry to extend its market leadership in application processors.

  • ARM and TSMC Sign 64-Bit Deal, Intel's Last Advantage Gone

    Start64!The ARM v8 architecture has already been acknowledged as the great accomplishment that will pull the architecture out of the confines of the mobile market, and now we know who will help ARM Holding the most: TSMC.

  • 64-bit ARM support for Linux AArch64

    Start64!ARM employee Catalin Marinas has released a set of 36 patches that will extend the Linux kernel to provide support for ARM's AArch64 64-bit architecture. This 64-bit ARM support will be provided by the ARMv8 instruction set, which was announced in the autumn of 2011 and is expected to be first used in processors in 2014.

  • Introducing the ARM 64-bit Architecture

    Start64!ARM announced a few days ago, on July 6th, that they posted a set of Linux kernel patches, implementing support for the AArch64 architecture, also known as the ARM 64-bit architecture.

  • Fedora ARM head claims 64-bit ARM chips will be tipping point

    Start64!THE RED HAT sponsored Fedora Linux distribution believes a 64-bit ARM architecture will prove to be the tipping point for ARM servers. -  The Fedora Project, which is heavily sponsored by enterprise Linux vendor Red Hat, has seemingly been lagging behind Canonical's Ubuntu Linux distribution following a round of server announcements from Dell and HP professing certification for Ubuntu. However Jon Masters, principal software engineer at Red Hat and leader of Fedora's ARM effort told The INQUIRER that 64-bit ARM chips will prove to be the killer feature for ARM-based servers.

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