Centerton is the key technology behind Intel's effort to bring its x86 architecture chips into low-power microservers, in an attempt to nip ARM in the bud before it establishes marketshare.
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AMR prepares to go up against chip making titan Intel with a Cortex-A50 series of processors is based on the ARMv8 architecture
The Cambridge-based chip designer has reported rises in fourth-quarter profits, underpinned by success in smartphones and embedded systems and as it moves into Windows 8-based devices and servers
The Cortex-A7 processor is designed to usher in an age of sub-£60 smartphones in two years' time by consuming less power and providing greater performance than the Cortex-A8 that powers many popular phones
The companies have signed a long-term deal to help them get better speed and power performance from ARM's Cortex designs
ComputerWorld's Seth Weintraub wrote an excellent article about Apple's choice of the ARM processor – which is used in the iPhone and iPod touch –and why it will most likely chose ARM for a netbook and/or tablet Mac.Despite the fact that Apple buys its desktop and notebook processors exclusively from Intel and its Atom processors are already in most shipping netbooks, Weintraub notes that the ARM Cortex A8 processor "absolutely kills the Intel Atom in power efficiency.
The chipset designer says it is working to optimise Adobe's rich-media software for ARM's architecture, in a bid to take on Intel
The British micro-architecture giant has said netbooks using next-generation ARM chips will be announced within 'months'
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