microprocessor


July 8, 2020

Arm returns to its roots

Arm is to return to focusing on semiconductor IP following the decision to spin out its IoT operations to separate groups within the Softbank empire.
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December 10, 2015

Cortus adds hardware floating point to low-area processor family

Cortus has added to its version 2 architecture a processor core that offers hardware support for floating-point code.
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April 20, 2015

Leakage analysis checks IP cores against crypto vulnerability

The Athena Group says it has developed countermeasures against side-channel attacks for its IP that offer the best protection currently available.
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October 7, 2014

Minimal 32bit IP cores tackle connected devices market

Minimal IP cores are meant to serve broader market than IoT, using revised instruction set to increase code density, save on chip memory and enable security
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June 7, 2014

Intel’s security architect lays out protection plan

At DAC 2014, Intel’s chief security architect Ernie Brickell described the processor maker’s approach to protecting hardware and software from hacks and attacks.
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February 21, 2013

ISSCC 2013: AMD constraints help tame Jaguar

Some conservative decisions were important parts of AMD's design strategy for the 28nm core that's just been specified in PlayStation 4
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