Chinese chip maker Allwinner is laying out plans for its upcoming processors and providing more details about two chips we’ve already heard a bit about: The Allwinner A23 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 chip for budget tablets and the upcoming Allwinner A80 octa-core chip for higher-end devices.
AMD is going to be a key player on the ARM server market, but that doesn't mean it isn't designing ARM-based chips for other things. If recent rumors are true, we may soon have something competing with NVIDIA's Tegra processor.
AMD is planning a system-on-chip (SoC) for embedded designs using up to eight ARM 64bit A57 cores as well as two new x86-based devices.
In an announcement that surprised absolutely nobody, Apple officially announced both the iPhone 5c and the flagship iPhone 5s today. The announcements were pretty underwhelming, leading to one video saying the S stands for "same," as in it's the same phone. Even Microsoft and Nokia were poking fun at Apple's new lineup via Twitter today.
With the launch of a new chipset and processors from Intel, which deliver incredible memory speed capabilities right out of the box, memory manufacturers are delivering kits that can take advantage of the new Haswell architecture's robust memory controllers. Patriot has such a kit in its arsenal with the Viper 3 Series Black Mamba PC3-19200 kit rated at 2400MHz and running a CAS latency of 10 using just 1.65v.
Corsair is a top dog in the memory market. They’re the #1 most awarded manufacturer of high performance memory and have been making enthusiast-grade memory longer than anyone else.
This demonstration shows KVM ARMv8 64-bit based virtualization on the AppliedMicro X-C1 hardware platform featuring the company's X-Gene Server on a Chip silicon solution. This solution consists of eight ARMv8 64-bit processors running four SMP Linux guest VMs (two ARMv7 32-bit and two ARMv8 64-bit guests) with web servers running concurrently on each VM using VirtIO-based network virtualization. During this demo, the web servers delivered HTML web pages with varying graphical content.
CHIP DESIGNER Imagination has announced plans to design 32-bit and 64-bit MIPS processors that will sport up to six cores.
(June 4th 2013, Taipei, Taiwan)-MiTAC International Corp. (MiTAC), a leading ICT manufacturing company, is pleased to announce its new range of 64-Bit ARMv8 processor-based servers. Working alongside ARM, and AppliedMicro, this new server platform, 7 star server system, is able to provide peak performance without sacrificing power efficiency and is optimized for today"s emerging class of cloud-based server applications.
The new Xbox One home console from Microsoft is designed to increase the hardware power that developers and players can use and updates the way in which video games will use the expanded capabilities of the hardware.
The ARMv8 architecture was what opened the door for ARM Holdings on the computer industry, as it adds support for 64-bit instructions, a must on modern PCs. Now, though, we get to see the first optimizations. ARM Holdings is collaborating with TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company), which happens to be the world's largest foundry.
CORSAIR needs no introduction when it comes to performance memory products, their Dominator range being synonymous with overclockers worldwide. They have been leaders in innovation in the memory market for years so it should come as no surprise that they are once again pushing the boundaries in DDR performance.
Evercore Partners tech analyst Patrick Wang today offers up clients some notes from his trip through Silicon Valley last week, ranging across a number of semiconductor names.
NVIDIA is outlining plans for its next-generation Tegra processors for mobile devices… and for the generation after that as well. NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 chips are scheduled to hit the market this year, but in 2014 we’ll see faster chips with the same graphics core NVIDIA is currently using in the PC market.
Kingston has been around for over 25 years now. To me, they've always been a quality brand focusing on reliability and longevity. They've not always been at the forefront of performance with their memory products, but that changed 10 years ago with the introduction of their HyperX brand, which had Kingston commit a big part of its resources to producing high-end products that meet the discerning consumer's needs. Today, we have HyperX memory, SSDs, and USB drives, and the HyperX line has expanded to offer more than just high-performance goods in every segment.