Chinese manufacturers, foundries and consumers could have the most to gain from ARM’s latest Cortex-A72 and Mali-T880 IPs.
ARM has announced a new CPU and GPU for its mobile processor line-up, the Cortex-A72 and Mali-T880, which both offer huge increases in energy efficiency.
ARM has a range of energy efficient microcontrollers for IoT, the tools needed to write the software, and it is building an OS designed just for M2M. Here’s what you need to know.
ARM has tweeted about “15 things you need to know for 2015.” These predictions cover a wide range of topics including smartphones, wearables, and IoT.
ARM is the top CPU designer for mobile, Intel is the big name in PCs. Both make CPUs for Android devices, but what is the difference between them?
There are several different companies that design microprocessors. There is Intel, AMD, Imagination (MIPS), and Oracle (Sun SPARC) to name a few. However, none of these companies is known exclusively for their power efficiency. One company that does specialize in energy efficient processors is ARM.
With its technology in 95% of today’s smartphones, it’s clear that ARM has a big part to play. Luckily the company has a storied history in the gaming world that dates back to the BBC Micro. It was ARM processors inside the ill-fated 3DO console, the first mobile to feature a game (Snake on the Nokia 6110), and a string of handhelds including the GBA, DS, 3DS, and the PlayStation Vita.
ARM has unveiled five new media related chip designs: the Mali-T820, T830, T860 GPUs, plus the Mali-V550 video decoder, and Mali the DP-550 display processor.
LG announced today the release of the G3 Screen, a 5.9-inch variant of the G3 powered by a Nuclun processor, designed by LG in-house and built by chip foundry TSMC.
From small microcontrollers to its multi-core 64-bit processors, ARM is responsible for the design and intellectual property in everything from white goods to server farms. The use of ARM based processors in smartphones and tablets means that both Android and iOS users rely on these chips every day. Learn more about developing on ARM!