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Entries in Arm (5)

Thursday
Apr242014

Expect 64-bit Android devices by Christmas?

An ARM executive has told CNET that the plan to shift to 64-bit is happening faster than they expected. Tom Lantzsch, executive vice president of corporate strategy at ARM, said there has been an increase in the demand for 64-bit mobile processors, like that in the Cortex A53 64-bit mobile processor. And that it won’t be long until we see Android devices powered by these processors. "We believe the capability will be there for a 64-bit phone by Christmas," he said.

What can a 64-bit processor bring to the Android market? Lantzsch said it would even make 32-bit code run more efficiently on ARM’s 64 bit v8-A architecture than on the native 32-bit ARM architecture. This would mean battery life would improve, better features will be introduced, and there would be quicker responsiveness.

Friday
Jan312014

ARM Ecosystem collaborates for initial server platform standard

ARM  announced the collaborative development and immediate availability of a platform standard for ARMv8-A based (64-bit) servers, known as the ARM ‘Server Base System Architecture’ (SBSA) specification. This effort included input and support from software companies such as CanonicalCitrix, Linaro,MicrosoftRed Hat and SUSE, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) including Dell and HP along with a broad set of silicon partners.

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Saturday
Dec222012

First Impressions of Google's ARM Chromebook

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google's first ARM powered Chromebook, made by Samsung, is an intriguing new take at the personal cloud-connected notebook. Selling for $249 and available only in the US through online resellers like Amazon.com, Google says this is the Chromebook for everyone. Here  are my first impressions.

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Sunday
Jun242012

SourceCode: Microsoft, Partnerships and the Price of Progress  

Updated on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 12:41AM by Registered CommenterGadjo Cardenas Sevilla

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

This past week has been a transformative one for Microsoft.  The Redmond giant previewed their unified desktop and tablet future with the Microsoft Surface announcement at an event in Hollywoog, which in itself was a loaded launch that ushered in Windows 8 on ARM as well as revealed Microsoft’s long term plans as a hardware maker.

They also held a Windows Phone 8 event in San Francisco, where they introduced fragmentation into their mobile OS by announcing a generation shift in their two-year old operating system that will make the upcoming version incompatible with present and past hardware.

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