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Zhaoxin Unveiled Next-Generation x86 SoC Plans: 32-Core Servers, Sub-7nm Client Designs

Zhaoxin unveiled plans for two new x86 SoC designs: a high-performance 16-nanometer server chip with up to 32 cores and a separate 7 nm mobile and desktop chip.

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Samsung M5 Core Details Show Up

Samsung details the high-level changes to the Exynos M5 core found in the Exynos 990.

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Intel Launches New Comet Lake 10th Gen Mobile Processors With More Cores, LPDDR4X Memory

Intel launches new high-performance mobile 10th Generation processors based on the Comet Lake microarchitecture.

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Intel Launches 10th Gen Ice Lake Lineup: 11 New Mobile Chips

Intel launches 10th Generation Core based on the Ice Lake microarchitecture with a lineup of 11 new mobile chips with a turbo of up to 4.1 GHz

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Intel Announces 10th Gen Core Processors Based On 10nm Ice Lake, Now Shipping

Intel announces 10th Generation Core based on the 10nm Ice Lake Chips which are now shipping to OEMs.

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Ice Lake Brings A New CPU, GPU, IPU, and I/Os, To Follow By Tiger Lake Next Year

A look at Ice Lake mobile CPUs which bring a new CPU core, a new Gen11 GPU, and a new 4th Gen IPU as well the new roadmap detailed by Intel at their recent investor meeting which includes Xeon Sapphire Rapids CPUs and 7nm Xe Data Center GPGPUs for 2021.

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Intel, AMD Add New Mobile Pro Processors

This month both Intel and AMD introduced new mobile processors for business with enterprise security features.

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Samsung Discloses Exynos M4 Changes, Upgrades Support for ARMv8.2, Rearranges The Back-End

Samsung details the initial changes to the Exynos M4 core found in the Exynos 9820 which will be in Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S10 smartphone.

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SiFive Launches 7 Series, Their Highest Performance RISC-V Cores

SiFive launches 7 Series, their highest-performance RISC-V cores.

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Qualcomm Refreshes Mid-Range Lines with the 632, 439, and 429

Qualcomm has refreshed their mid-range lines with the new Snapdragons 632, 439, and 429 SoCs.

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