News tagged ‘64-bit’
Monday, 24 Feb 2014
Qualcomm today announced two new 64-bit processors at Mobile World Congress 2014 - the quad-core Snapdragon 610 and the octa-core Snapdragon 615.
Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014
AMD has released its first 64-bit, ARM-based Opteron A1100 series processors for servers. These chips support 4- or 8-core ARM Cortex-A57 processors. The company also announced its contribution of a new micro server design, based on the Opteron A-series, to the Open Compute Project.
Monday, 6 Jan 2014
NVIDIA surprised the press with not just the 192-core Kepler graphics of the Tegra K1, but that it will also be available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions, courtesy of Project Denver. Read on for more details!
Tuesday, 10 Dec 2013
Qualcomm announced its first 64-bit processor, the Snapdragon 410 with integrated 4G LTE World Mode. It is expected to be powering consumer devices in the second half of 2014.
Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013
Intel partner Altera just announced at ARM Developer's conference today that the company will manufacture ARM's 64-bit processors starting next year.
Thursday, 17 Oct 2013
South Korean news site Digital Daily reports that Samsung's next generation Galaxy S flagship model will be running on a 64-bit Exynos processor.
Monday, 23 Sep 2013
The die shot of the new Apple A7 processor has been revealed. The 64-bit processor is manufactured by Samsung and has a die size of 102 mm squared, with roughly 1 billion transistors.
Friday, 21 Jun 2013
AMD has just announced its first ARM-based server processor, codenamed 'Seattle' that will feature ARM Cortex-A57 cores. It will be available initially as an 8-core processor, with a 16-core version to follow later. Volume production of the chip is slated for the second quarter of 2014.
Wednesday, 31 Oct 2012
ARM has just announced their 64-bit Cortex-A50 series of processors. This comes just shortly after AMD announced their plans to build 64-bit ARM processors for servers. The flagship Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 processors will feature ARMv8 architecture and can work together in a big.LITTLE configuration.
Thursday, 26 Jul 2012
ARM Holdings and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) have announced their agreement to produce 64-bit ARM chips for use in mobile and enterprise markets that require both high performance and energy efficiency. These chips will feature TSMC's FinFET transistors that promises leakage reduction.