Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 31st Jan 2011 22:44 UTC, submitted by sawboss
Hardware, Embedded Systems "Processor design company ARM has today unveiled two new updates to its Cortex-R range of processors: the Cortex-R5 MPCore and the Cortex-R7 MPCore. While the Cortex-A processors can be found in mainstream consumer products such as cell phones and tablet devices, the Cortex-R chips are meant for deeply-embedded and system-on-a-chip duties. Notably you can find the last generation Cortex-R4 in hard disk drive controllers, wireless baseband processors, and automotive systems."
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Competition ...
by pica on Tue 1st Feb 2011 11:46 UTC
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... speeds development and improves service.

With the Cortex R5 ARM not only delivered a design. ARM also delivered implementations using a 28nm process.


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Comment by shotsman
by shotsman on Tue 1st Feb 2011 20:11 UTC
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AFAIK, the 28nm process was done with a bit of help from IBM.
Nevertheless, keep on Trucking ARM. In your own way you are really starting to hurt Intel in their soft underbelly.

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Laptops ...
by vermaden on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 08:48 UTC
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It would be great to have 8-core ARM laptop with 24h battery time.

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RE: Laptops ...
by vodoomoth on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 13:38 UTC in reply to "Laptops ..."
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True. It's a shame that battery technology hasn't progressed like the rest of the computer industry has. Instead of 24 hours battery life, we would be contemplating weeks... Too bad I'm just dreaming.

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