Arm

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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October 25, 2012

‘Known unknowns’ and the Cadence take on verification IP

Reviewing some of the sector's main trends with Susan Peterson, group director for VIP at the market leader.
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October 25, 2012

Using verification IP to master AMBA and wider protocol proliferation

How and why Huawei's Hisilicon and DSP specialist CEVA tapped Cadence to implement ARM protocols.
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October 4, 2012

IEF: “Industry will have to cooperate”

The semiconductor industry is reaching a crunch point at which companies that form it have to work together much more closely, says Malcolm Penn of Future Horizons.
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June 5, 2012

DAC 2012: ARM tips subthreshold power-gating technique

Could subthreshold circuitry help extend the reach of power gating? Mike Muller said during his DAC keynote that the technique looks viable.
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