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November 4, 2013

Oracle lays out its future for IoT

Oracle aims to reduce the incompatibilities between the two main embeddable versions of Java as the company tries to make the language the natural choice for IoT.
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October 29, 2013

Altera to go 64bit with ARM on FPGAs

Altera will add a quad-core 64bit ARM processor complex to the Stratix 10 family of high-end FPGAs that will be made on Intel's 14nm finFET process.
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March 22, 2013

DATE: ARM proposes ‘unit of compute’ as basis for energy-efficient systems

ARM CPU chief proposes 'unit of compute' as building block for energy-efficient computation systems
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October 30, 2012

ARM’s 64bit shift provides clean-up opportunity

ARM has named the first pair of processor cores that employ its 64bit architecture and revealed that an architectural clean-up is likely to result in the smaller of the pair requiring less silicon real estate than the existing 32bit Cortex-A9.
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October 30, 2012

AMD mixes it up with ARM64 server processors

AMD adopts ARM64 to promote heterogeneous processing and encourage users to break with Intel and x86 in the enterprise market.
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