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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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Arm Makes Headway In HPC, Cloud

Arm makes headway in HPC and cloud with Cray’s new support for the Fujitsu A64FX and Microsoft deployment of Marvell’s ThunderX2 processors.

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Marvell Lays Out ARM Server Roadmap

Marvell outlines its current and future Arm server microprocessor roadmap, aiming at a 2-year cadence with greater than 2x performance gen-over-gen.

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GlobalFoundries, Arm Demonstrate High-Density 3D Stacked Mesh Interconnect for HPC Applications

GlobalFoundries and Arm demonstrate a 3D mesh interconnect design using highly-dense hybrid bonding 3D stacking technology intended for HPC applications.

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TSMC Demonstrates A 7nm Arm-Based Chiplet Design for HPC

A look at a high-performance 7nm Arm-based chiplet architecture which was recently presented by TSMC at the 2019 VLSI Symposium.

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Arm Unveils Cortex-A77, Emphasizes Single-Thread Performance

Arm unveiled the Cortex-A77 with a strong emphasizes on single-thread performance.

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Huawei Expands Kunpeng Server CPUs, Plans SMT, SVE For Next Gen

Last week Huawei expanded their Kunpeng CPU family of custom Arm server processors with more models and new servers.

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Arm Announces a New Security Certification Program for IoT Devices

Arm has announced the PSA Certified program, a new and independent certification program for IoT devices that implement the platform security architecture (PSA).

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Arm Launches New Neoverse N1 and E1 Server Cores

Affirming their commitment to infrastructure, Arm is launching two new server-grade platforms – the Neoverse N1 and E1. The new platforms are designed to offer new Arm-based high-performance compute and high-throughput performance IP options.

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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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