Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 5th Jan 2015 20:02 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems

Now in 2015 and with the launch of the Tegra X1, we can finally begin putting the picture together. Erista as it turns out is something of a rapid release product for NVIDIA; what had been plans to produce a 16nm FF part in 2015 became plans to produce a 20nm part, with Erista to be that part. To pull together Erista NVIDIA would go for a quick time-to-market approach in SoC design, pairing up a Maxwell GPU with ARM Cortex A57 & A53 GPUs, to be produced on TSMC's 20nm SoC process.

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I totally agree, and I strongly believe if NVIDIA does this, many companies will, too (especially audio companies like Chord's HUGO with its custom FPGA)!

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