The multi-year deal sees ARM tie itself even closer to TSMC, its chip-fabber of choice, as it looks to capitalise on the company's technology to help it maintain a lead over Intel for chip power efficiency
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The chip leaders have pulled out of the BapCo industry benchmark, after years of complaints by AMD that the application performance evaluation favours Intel
The second quarter saw AMD boost its share of the global processor market, while Intel lost ground, according to IDC, which has cut its PC chip outlook for the year
AMD has officially launched its next-generation of processors with HP announcing on the same day a range of laptops built around the blended CPU and GPU processors
Intel has officially released its much-anticipated Xeon E5 series of 'Romley' architecture chips, the company's latest series of enterprise processors
By demonstrating Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin running on an ARM-based server, Calxeda has taken an important step in bringing the low-power RISC-architecture chips to the server market
Two semiconductor materials, both alike in exciting properties, have been combined by researchers and placed on a single wafer to create a chip for applications that have a need for speed.
NEC and Tohaku University claim to have developed the world's first content addressable memory system that uses spintronics to store data even when there is no standby power.
The processors, scheduled for release this week, are built on Intel's tri-gate design and promise better graphics along with integrated PCI 3.0 and USB 3.0 support
The Many Integrated Core processor will now be known as Xeon Phi, stressing its pairing with powerfully cored Xeons to help generate enthusiasm for the chip among the supercomputing community