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Naresh Kumar 2021-10-19

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

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Shweta Raj 2021-11-02
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Market OverviewGlobal System on Module Market is expected to reach USD 3,774.9 Million by 2027 with a CAGR of 7.97% during the forecast period.

Market Research Future (MRFR), in its report, envelops segmentation and drivers to provide a better glimpse of the market in the coming years.

An SoM can be used in various applications, including eBook reader, deep learning, wearable, automation, test and measurement, industrial human-machine interface (HMI), drone, medical imaging, and industrial control.Competitive AnalysisThe Key Players of the Global System on Module Market are AAEON Technology, Inc. (Taiwan), Advantech Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Avnet, Inc. (US), Avalue Technology (Taiwan), Axiomtek Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Connect Tech, Inc. (Canada), Congatec AG (Germany), EMAC, Inc. (US), Eurotech, Inc. (US), Kontron S AG (Germany), Microchip Technology, Inc. (US), National Instruments Corporation (US), Phytic (Germany), SECO S.p.A (Italy), TechNexion Ltd (Taiwan), Toradex (Switzerland), and VIA Technologies, Inc. (Taiwan) among others.Request a Free Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/8628In September 2020, AAEON launched a series of embedded platforms integrated with Intel Core processors (11th Gen) and Intel Atom processors for increased performance, flexibility, and ability of edge computing.In September 2020, Avalue Technology launched EAX-C246BP, an ATX motherboard integrated with Intel Xeon, Intel Core TM/Pentium, and Celeron processors for automation, industrial, automatic medicine packaging machine, and other embedded applications.In September 2020, Seco launched SM-C93, a SMARC Rel 2.1.1 compliant module with the Intel Atom x6000E Series and Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J Series processors for industrial, retail, and gaming applications.In August 2019, Via Technologies and Ekioh collaborated to improve the performance and deployment of Ekioh browser solutions on Via Technologies embedded platforms.Segmental AnalysisGlobal System on Module Market has been segmented based on Type, Application, and Region.Based on type, the global market has been segmented into X86 Architecture, ARM Architecture, and Power Architecture.

The ARM architecture segment second dominating segment in the market with a share of 40.27%.

Acorn RISC Machine (ARM) is a family of reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architectures for computer processors, configured for various environments.

ARM processors are desirable for light, portable, battery-powered devices, including smartphones, laptops, and tablet computers, as well as other embedded systems.

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Eryk Jacquemot 2021-10-29
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Digiarty Software Inc., the industry-leading multimedia software provider has released VideoProc Vlogger in time for the native support of M1 Pro and M1 Max Macs. Compared to Intel (x86) Macs, the ARM-based M1 Macs and their successors can "do more things at once" to fully utilize the processor. Yet, in the short term, not all applications are ARM-ready. Many apps and providers are still undergoing the transition to the ARM process, some apps rely on the rosetta2 emulation, and others may crash every now and then. It is coded for the target ARM architecture to deal with more tasks at the same time. Smooth performance, real-time previewing: Smooth timeline scrubbing is the basis for precise editing.
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Edmond Mccolpin 2018-01-04
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Mobile users who thought they were unaffected by the Meltdown flaw affecting Intel chips are suddenly not quite so secure.

A second flaw, dubbed Spectre, has been discovered – and this time it affects ARM processors, as well as Intel and AMD chips.

This means that all mobile devices that use ARM architecture (and that’s pretty much all of them) are now in danger of attack.

The flaws were discovered by several teams, working independently.

Meltdown was detected by researchers working for Google Project Zero, and was reported to Intel in June last year.

Jann Horn’s team at Google Project Zero also identified Spectre first, but researchers from a variety of institutions also confirmed the flaw.

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Robbie Kromer 2017-11-13
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Hacking ARM processors just became a little easier after a researcher who operates under the name Azeria Labs put together virtual machines that emulate common hardware.

Azeria’s ARM Lab Environment, here, is a VM that offers a QEMU ARMv6 image on Ubuntu.

There’s also a “basic cheat sheet” here, covering how to write ARM assembly, organisation of registers and memory, the ARM instruction set and so on.

Oh, and there are also pages explaining ARM shellcode, process memory, and memory corruption, for when you’re ready to try and craft exploits.

Azeria notes its system is useful beyond ARM: hackers can also get ready-to-go QEMU images for MIPS, PowerPC, Sparc, and AARCH64.

Exploits at the processor level have hit the headlines this year, with most attention directed towards the dominant Intel architecture (such as, for example, Chipzilla’s Intel Management Engine, which shipped without a password, and it turned out, also has an attack path via USB).

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Shweta Raj 2021-10-25
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Market OverviewGlobal System on Module Market is expected to reach USD 3,774.9 Million by 2027 with a CAGR of 7.97% during the forecast period.

Market Research Future (MRFR), in its report, envelops segmentation and drivers to provide a better glimpse of the market in the coming years.

An SoM can be used in various applications, including eBook reader, deep learning, wearable, automation, test and measurement, industrial human-machine interface (HMI), drone, medical imaging, and industrial control.Competitive AnalysisThe Key Players of the Global System on Module Market are AAEON Technology, Inc. (Taiwan), Advantech Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Avnet, Inc. (US), Avalue Technology (Taiwan), Axiomtek Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Connect Tech, Inc. (Canada), Congatec AG (Germany), EMAC, Inc. (US), Eurotech, Inc. (US), Kontron S AG (Germany), Microchip Technology, Inc. (US), National Instruments Corporation (US), Phytic (Germany), SECO S.p.A (Italy), TechNexion Ltd (Taiwan), Toradex (Switzerland), and VIA Technologies, Inc. (Taiwan) among others.Request a Free Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/8628In September 2020, AAEON launched a series of embedded platforms integrated with Intel Core processors (11th Gen) and Intel Atom processors for increased performance, flexibility, and ability of edge computing.In September 2020, Avalue Technology launched EAX-C246BP, an ATX motherboard integrated with Intel Xeon, Intel Core TM/Pentium, and Celeron processors for automation, industrial, automatic medicine packaging machine, and other embedded applications.In September 2020, Seco launched SM-C93, a SMARC Rel 2.1.1 compliant module with the Intel Atom x6000E Series and Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J Series processors for industrial, retail, and gaming applications.In August 2019, Via Technologies and Ekioh collaborated to improve the performance and deployment of Ekioh browser solutions on Via Technologies embedded platforms.Segmental AnalysisGlobal System on Module Market has been segmented based on Type, Application, and Region.Based on type, the global market has been segmented into X86 Architecture, ARM Architecture, and Power Architecture.

The ARM architecture segment second dominating segment in the market with a share of 40.27%.

Acorn RISC Machine (ARM) is a family of reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architectures for computer processors, configured for various environments.

ARM processors are desirable for light, portable, battery-powered devices, including smartphones, laptops, and tablet computers, as well as other embedded systems.

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Thomas Saeler 2017-12-06
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Central to the promise of a new generation of Windows 10 on ARM PCs (the first two of which were announced yesterday) is the idea of being "Always Connected:" that your mobile PC, like your smartphone, is almost always online, using Wi-Fi where it's available or LTE where it isn't.

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 ARM processors are a good match for this because they integrate Qualcomm's X16 LTE modem.

And Intel systems with the X16 modem are already out there; Microsoft's own Surface Pro with LTE uses that same Qualcomm part to offer up to 450Mb/s LTE performance.

Intel also builds its own LTE modems—Apple, for example, started using a mix of Intel and Qualcomm modems with the iPhone 7—and these too could be used in an LTE-enabled x86 PC.

Intel is also working on 5G modems, taking mobile connectivity beyond gigabit speeds.

Intel and Microsoft are also claiming another feature of these ARM PCs will be available for x86.

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Bryan White 2017-10-19
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And they are hugely connected, with 1015 synapses connecting the neurons together.

Professor Steve Furber, one of the designers of the original Acorn RISC Machine (better known as the ARM chip) in the mid-1980s, is giving The Register an update on his work within the European Union's Human Brain Project.

At the time, he had recently published a joint paper with Andrew Brown at the University of Southampton, proposing a research project to assemble a million ARM processors into a single neural network machine mimicking the human brain.

So how far has his team come over the last six years?

Otherwise, another two to go."

Furber chose ARM chips pretty much for the same reasons that they are preferred by smartphone manufacturers: they are small and power efficient.

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Wesley Reese 2016-08-16
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Intel and ARM have struck a deal that will see the best of both worlds merged in a single manufacturing process at Intel s Custom Foundry.

ARM s Artisan IP can now be blended with Intel s incredibly tiny 10nm process to achieve best-in-class PPA power, performance, area chipsets.

Custom Foundry is described as a turnkey method for customers like LG to design chipsets for specific devices.

This means that Intel will be building chipsets with ARM technology, striking a unique balance between desktop and mobile.

The company has all but abandoned its mobile efforts, conceding defeat to ARM-based chipsets like Qualcomm s Snapdragon and Apple s A-series.

At one point, Intel made a half-hearted move into mobile via Dell, but it just never panned out as the company hoped.

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Jack Scharfenberg 2017-09-24

"This is brilliant and terrifying in equal measure," writes the Morning Paper.

Long-time Slashdot reader phantomfive writes: Many CPUs these days have DVFS (Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling), which allows the CPU's clockspeed and voltage to vary dynamically depending on whether the CPU is idling or not.

By turning the voltage up and down with one thread, researchers were able to flip bits in another thread.

By flipping bits when the second thread was verifying the TrustZone key, the researchers were granted permission.

If number 'A' is a product of two large prime numbers, you can flip a few bits in 'A' to get a number that is a product of many smaller numbers, and more easily factorable.

"As the first work to show the security ramifications of energy management mechanisms," the researchers reported at Usenix, "we urge the community to re-examine these security-oblivious designs."

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Dave Rogriguez 2016-05-31
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Chip design boffins at ARM have unveiled specs for the Brit firm's latest ceepie-geepie offerings.

The new Cortex-A73 CPU architecture promises to save more power, improving power efficiency by 30 per cent compared to the previous Cortex-A72, whilst boosting performance, and crucially, endurance.

The new CPU will also be faster, theoretically operating at 1.3 times the peak performance of the '72.

The Mali-G71 GPU is likewise designed to improve the virtual reality experience by supporting 4K resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, and 4ms graphics pipeline latency.

The Mali-G71 can be built with as many as 32 shader cores, twice as many as prior ARM graphics offerings, providing crisper images.

We have much deeper coverage on its way.

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Naresh Kumar 2021-07-19

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

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Naresh Kumar 2020-11-04

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

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Naresh Kumar 2021-05-07

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

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Ronald Griffis 2017-03-09
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Microsoft has revealed that it has been quietly working on a version of Windows Server which will run on ARM architecture systems, ending the company's long reliance on x86 architecture chips from Intel and AMD.

Speaking at the Open Compute Project Summit 2017 late last night, Microsoft announced partnerships with ARM licensees Qualcomm and Cavium, among unnamed others, to build ARMv8 (ARM64) servers running Windows Server as part of the company's Project Olympus programme.

To do so, the company explained, it has built a version of its Windows Server platform capable of running on the ARM architecture - but, it stresses, the resulting build is earmarked for internal use only.

'We've ported a version of Windows Server, for our internal use only, to run on ARM architecture.

We have ported language runtime systems and middleware components, and we have ported and evaluated applications, often running these workloads side-by-side with production workloads,' explained Microsoft Azure engineer Leendert van Doorn in a blog post following the company's presentation at the Summit.

'We feel ARM servers represent a real opportunity and some Microsoft cloud services already have future deployment plans on ARM servers.

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George Summers 2017-09-29
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The good, the bad and the weird from this week

Roundup As ever, it has been a busy week on the security front with good news, some very bad reports, corporate failings all round and troubling signs ahead for those worried about government intrusion in the online world.

Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince reasons it's wrong of his firm to charge users based on the size of the person attacking them, or let them get knocked offline because they can't afford to guard against huge volumes.

In malware news Trend Micro spotted the first Android malware sample that tries to exploit the Dirty COW Linux kernel vulnerability that emerged last December.

The ZNIU malware popped up across the world installed in over 300,000 apps that were spammed out to stores around the world.

In all around 5,000 unlucky and unpatched Android users got a taste of ZNIU, but it was Chinese users suffered most.

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Naresh Kumar 2021-10-19

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

Eryk Jacquemot 2021-10-29
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Digiarty Software Inc., the industry-leading multimedia software provider has released VideoProc Vlogger in time for the native support of M1 Pro and M1 Max Macs. Compared to Intel (x86) Macs, the ARM-based M1 Macs and their successors can "do more things at once" to fully utilize the processor. Yet, in the short term, not all applications are ARM-ready. Many apps and providers are still undergoing the transition to the ARM process, some apps rely on the rosetta2 emulation, and others may crash every now and then. It is coded for the target ARM architecture to deal with more tasks at the same time. Smooth performance, real-time previewing: Smooth timeline scrubbing is the basis for precise editing.
Robbie Kromer 2017-11-13
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Hacking ARM processors just became a little easier after a researcher who operates under the name Azeria Labs put together virtual machines that emulate common hardware.

Azeria’s ARM Lab Environment, here, is a VM that offers a QEMU ARMv6 image on Ubuntu.

There’s also a “basic cheat sheet” here, covering how to write ARM assembly, organisation of registers and memory, the ARM instruction set and so on.

Oh, and there are also pages explaining ARM shellcode, process memory, and memory corruption, for when you’re ready to try and craft exploits.

Azeria notes its system is useful beyond ARM: hackers can also get ready-to-go QEMU images for MIPS, PowerPC, Sparc, and AARCH64.

Exploits at the processor level have hit the headlines this year, with most attention directed towards the dominant Intel architecture (such as, for example, Chipzilla’s Intel Management Engine, which shipped without a password, and it turned out, also has an attack path via USB).

Thomas Saeler 2017-12-06
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Central to the promise of a new generation of Windows 10 on ARM PCs (the first two of which were announced yesterday) is the idea of being "Always Connected:" that your mobile PC, like your smartphone, is almost always online, using Wi-Fi where it's available or LTE where it isn't.

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 ARM processors are a good match for this because they integrate Qualcomm's X16 LTE modem.

And Intel systems with the X16 modem are already out there; Microsoft's own Surface Pro with LTE uses that same Qualcomm part to offer up to 450Mb/s LTE performance.

Intel also builds its own LTE modems—Apple, for example, started using a mix of Intel and Qualcomm modems with the iPhone 7—and these too could be used in an LTE-enabled x86 PC.

Intel is also working on 5G modems, taking mobile connectivity beyond gigabit speeds.

Intel and Microsoft are also claiming another feature of these ARM PCs will be available for x86.

Wesley Reese 2016-08-16
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Intel and ARM have struck a deal that will see the best of both worlds merged in a single manufacturing process at Intel s Custom Foundry.

ARM s Artisan IP can now be blended with Intel s incredibly tiny 10nm process to achieve best-in-class PPA power, performance, area chipsets.

Custom Foundry is described as a turnkey method for customers like LG to design chipsets for specific devices.

This means that Intel will be building chipsets with ARM technology, striking a unique balance between desktop and mobile.

The company has all but abandoned its mobile efforts, conceding defeat to ARM-based chipsets like Qualcomm s Snapdragon and Apple s A-series.

At one point, Intel made a half-hearted move into mobile via Dell, but it just never panned out as the company hoped.

Dave Rogriguez 2016-05-31
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Chip design boffins at ARM have unveiled specs for the Brit firm's latest ceepie-geepie offerings.

The new Cortex-A73 CPU architecture promises to save more power, improving power efficiency by 30 per cent compared to the previous Cortex-A72, whilst boosting performance, and crucially, endurance.

The new CPU will also be faster, theoretically operating at 1.3 times the peak performance of the '72.

The Mali-G71 GPU is likewise designed to improve the virtual reality experience by supporting 4K resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, and 4ms graphics pipeline latency.

The Mali-G71 can be built with as many as 32 shader cores, twice as many as prior ARM graphics offerings, providing crisper images.

We have much deeper coverage on its way.

Naresh Kumar 2020-11-04

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

Ronald Griffis 2017-03-09
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Microsoft has revealed that it has been quietly working on a version of Windows Server which will run on ARM architecture systems, ending the company's long reliance on x86 architecture chips from Intel and AMD.

Speaking at the Open Compute Project Summit 2017 late last night, Microsoft announced partnerships with ARM licensees Qualcomm and Cavium, among unnamed others, to build ARMv8 (ARM64) servers running Windows Server as part of the company's Project Olympus programme.

To do so, the company explained, it has built a version of its Windows Server platform capable of running on the ARM architecture - but, it stresses, the resulting build is earmarked for internal use only.

'We've ported a version of Windows Server, for our internal use only, to run on ARM architecture.

We have ported language runtime systems and middleware components, and we have ported and evaluated applications, often running these workloads side-by-side with production workloads,' explained Microsoft Azure engineer Leendert van Doorn in a blog post following the company's presentation at the Summit.

'We feel ARM servers represent a real opportunity and some Microsoft cloud services already have future deployment plans on ARM servers.

Shweta Raj 2021-11-02
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Market OverviewGlobal System on Module Market is expected to reach USD 3,774.9 Million by 2027 with a CAGR of 7.97% during the forecast period.

Market Research Future (MRFR), in its report, envelops segmentation and drivers to provide a better glimpse of the market in the coming years.

An SoM can be used in various applications, including eBook reader, deep learning, wearable, automation, test and measurement, industrial human-machine interface (HMI), drone, medical imaging, and industrial control.Competitive AnalysisThe Key Players of the Global System on Module Market are AAEON Technology, Inc. (Taiwan), Advantech Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Avnet, Inc. (US), Avalue Technology (Taiwan), Axiomtek Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Connect Tech, Inc. (Canada), Congatec AG (Germany), EMAC, Inc. (US), Eurotech, Inc. (US), Kontron S AG (Germany), Microchip Technology, Inc. (US), National Instruments Corporation (US), Phytic (Germany), SECO S.p.A (Italy), TechNexion Ltd (Taiwan), Toradex (Switzerland), and VIA Technologies, Inc. (Taiwan) among others.Request a Free Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/8628In September 2020, AAEON launched a series of embedded platforms integrated with Intel Core processors (11th Gen) and Intel Atom processors for increased performance, flexibility, and ability of edge computing.In September 2020, Avalue Technology launched EAX-C246BP, an ATX motherboard integrated with Intel Xeon, Intel Core TM/Pentium, and Celeron processors for automation, industrial, automatic medicine packaging machine, and other embedded applications.In September 2020, Seco launched SM-C93, a SMARC Rel 2.1.1 compliant module with the Intel Atom x6000E Series and Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J Series processors for industrial, retail, and gaming applications.In August 2019, Via Technologies and Ekioh collaborated to improve the performance and deployment of Ekioh browser solutions on Via Technologies embedded platforms.Segmental AnalysisGlobal System on Module Market has been segmented based on Type, Application, and Region.Based on type, the global market has been segmented into X86 Architecture, ARM Architecture, and Power Architecture.

The ARM architecture segment second dominating segment in the market with a share of 40.27%.

Acorn RISC Machine (ARM) is a family of reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architectures for computer processors, configured for various environments.

ARM processors are desirable for light, portable, battery-powered devices, including smartphones, laptops, and tablet computers, as well as other embedded systems.

Edmond Mccolpin 2018-01-04
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Mobile users who thought they were unaffected by the Meltdown flaw affecting Intel chips are suddenly not quite so secure.

A second flaw, dubbed Spectre, has been discovered – and this time it affects ARM processors, as well as Intel and AMD chips.

This means that all mobile devices that use ARM architecture (and that’s pretty much all of them) are now in danger of attack.

The flaws were discovered by several teams, working independently.

Meltdown was detected by researchers working for Google Project Zero, and was reported to Intel in June last year.

Jann Horn’s team at Google Project Zero also identified Spectre first, but researchers from a variety of institutions also confirmed the flaw.

Shweta Raj 2021-10-25
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Market OverviewGlobal System on Module Market is expected to reach USD 3,774.9 Million by 2027 with a CAGR of 7.97% during the forecast period.

Market Research Future (MRFR), in its report, envelops segmentation and drivers to provide a better glimpse of the market in the coming years.

An SoM can be used in various applications, including eBook reader, deep learning, wearable, automation, test and measurement, industrial human-machine interface (HMI), drone, medical imaging, and industrial control.Competitive AnalysisThe Key Players of the Global System on Module Market are AAEON Technology, Inc. (Taiwan), Advantech Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Avnet, Inc. (US), Avalue Technology (Taiwan), Axiomtek Co., Ltd (Taiwan), Connect Tech, Inc. (Canada), Congatec AG (Germany), EMAC, Inc. (US), Eurotech, Inc. (US), Kontron S AG (Germany), Microchip Technology, Inc. (US), National Instruments Corporation (US), Phytic (Germany), SECO S.p.A (Italy), TechNexion Ltd (Taiwan), Toradex (Switzerland), and VIA Technologies, Inc. (Taiwan) among others.Request a Free Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/8628In September 2020, AAEON launched a series of embedded platforms integrated with Intel Core processors (11th Gen) and Intel Atom processors for increased performance, flexibility, and ability of edge computing.In September 2020, Avalue Technology launched EAX-C246BP, an ATX motherboard integrated with Intel Xeon, Intel Core TM/Pentium, and Celeron processors for automation, industrial, automatic medicine packaging machine, and other embedded applications.In September 2020, Seco launched SM-C93, a SMARC Rel 2.1.1 compliant module with the Intel Atom x6000E Series and Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J Series processors for industrial, retail, and gaming applications.In August 2019, Via Technologies and Ekioh collaborated to improve the performance and deployment of Ekioh browser solutions on Via Technologies embedded platforms.Segmental AnalysisGlobal System on Module Market has been segmented based on Type, Application, and Region.Based on type, the global market has been segmented into X86 Architecture, ARM Architecture, and Power Architecture.

The ARM architecture segment second dominating segment in the market with a share of 40.27%.

Acorn RISC Machine (ARM) is a family of reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architectures for computer processors, configured for various environments.

ARM processors are desirable for light, portable, battery-powered devices, including smartphones, laptops, and tablet computers, as well as other embedded systems.

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And they are hugely connected, with 1015 synapses connecting the neurons together.

Professor Steve Furber, one of the designers of the original Acorn RISC Machine (better known as the ARM chip) in the mid-1980s, is giving The Register an update on his work within the European Union's Human Brain Project.

At the time, he had recently published a joint paper with Andrew Brown at the University of Southampton, proposing a research project to assemble a million ARM processors into a single neural network machine mimicking the human brain.

So how far has his team come over the last six years?

Otherwise, another two to go."

Furber chose ARM chips pretty much for the same reasons that they are preferred by smartphone manufacturers: they are small and power efficient.

Jack Scharfenberg 2017-09-24

"This is brilliant and terrifying in equal measure," writes the Morning Paper.

Long-time Slashdot reader phantomfive writes: Many CPUs these days have DVFS (Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling), which allows the CPU's clockspeed and voltage to vary dynamically depending on whether the CPU is idling or not.

By turning the voltage up and down with one thread, researchers were able to flip bits in another thread.

By flipping bits when the second thread was verifying the TrustZone key, the researchers were granted permission.

If number 'A' is a product of two large prime numbers, you can flip a few bits in 'A' to get a number that is a product of many smaller numbers, and more easily factorable.

"As the first work to show the security ramifications of energy management mechanisms," the researchers reported at Usenix, "we urge the community to re-examine these security-oblivious designs."

Naresh Kumar 2021-07-19

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

Naresh Kumar 2021-05-07

The report "Microprocessor and GPU Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Architecture, Functionality, GPU Type, Deployment, Application (Consumer Electronics, Server and Data Center, Automotive, BFSI, Industrial), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", will grow to USD 138.2 billion by 2025 (forecast year) from USD 103.0 billion in 2020 (estimated year), at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2020 and 2025.

The key drivers fueling the growth of this market include includes the increase in demand for consumer electronics and rise in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices and equipment.

Moreover, implementation of cloud-based platforms and server environments during the COVID-19 pandemic can play a key role in driving the growth of the microprocessor and GPU market.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=28633568The ARM architecture segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe ARM architecture segment of the microprocessor and GPU market, by architecture is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Further, the ARM architecture is easy to manage and simple in its architectural design, making it easy to implement in low-powered embedded and portable devices such as smartphones and other compact and hand-held embedded devices.

This could drive the demand for ARM architecture in years ahead.The real-time systems segment to register higher CAGR during the forecast periodThe real-time systems segment of microprocessor and GPU market, by functionality, is expected to register higher CAGR during forecast period.

The increase in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled connected devices could drive the market growth of the real-time systems in a wide variety of applications including digital cameras, live audio-video systems, mobile phones, and sensors used in weather stations.

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The good, the bad and the weird from this week

Roundup As ever, it has been a busy week on the security front with good news, some very bad reports, corporate failings all round and troubling signs ahead for those worried about government intrusion in the online world.

Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince reasons it's wrong of his firm to charge users based on the size of the person attacking them, or let them get knocked offline because they can't afford to guard against huge volumes.

In malware news Trend Micro spotted the first Android malware sample that tries to exploit the Dirty COW Linux kernel vulnerability that emerged last December.

The ZNIU malware popped up across the world installed in over 300,000 apps that were spammed out to stores around the world.

In all around 5,000 unlucky and unpatched Android users got a taste of ZNIU, but it was Chinese users suffered most.