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2007-05-16 Multicore spurs RTOS, tool revisions
RTOS and tool providers are aggressively supporting multicore programming and debugging while improving model-driven design, virtual prototyping and C-language compilation.
2011-09-16 Multicore solution enhances network performance
Wind River has released a multicore acceleration solution that enables efficient network infrastructure equipment.
2006-05-01 Multicore design strives for balance
The advantages of multicore architectures will be lost unless new approaches are developed for programming and debugging multicore systems.
2008-01-31 Multicore Association welcomes NI as new member
National Instruments has joined The Multicore Association, a nonprofit group focused on developing standards that help shorten time-to-market for products that involve multicore implementations.
2003-02-18 Motorola PowerPC processors dissipate <10W at 1GHz
The MPC7457 and MPC7447 PowerPC processors from Motorola Inc. operate at speeds of up to 1.3GHz.
2002-02-01 Motorola offers 1GHz PowerPC processor
Claimed to be the first processor to implement the PowerPC instruction sets at 1GHz, the MPC7455 is aimed to provide solutions for a wide range of host processor applications.
2011-02-11 Mindspeed wins pico-, micro-cell design-in
Mindspeed Technologies' Transcede processor family has been designed into pico-cells and micro-cells to be showcased at the 2011 Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona.
2007-04-16 Leverage multicore processors with graphical system design tools
A key step in tackling a multicore design is developing a clear software design methodology.
2007-05-16 Lack of tools, expertise stalls multicore progress
The tools needed to program and debug multicore ICs are in the "dark ages," according to Anant Agarwal. Solutions are emerging, but the dearth of parallel-programming tools and lack of expertise among embedded designers threaten to slow the progress of multicore architectures.
2010-04-14 Intel, ARM go head-to-head at ESC
Intel and ARM have been squaring up to each other across the netbook and smart phone sectors for a couple of years now and the battle is set to continue on a number of fronts at the ESC.
2010-02-10 Intel, AMD techs go head-to-head at ISSCC
Intel Corp. is holding a significant, if temporary, edge over archrival Advanced Micro Devices based on news and papers emerging at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC).
2005-03-07 Intel preps HyperTransport competitor for Xeon, Itanium CPUs
Intel Corp. plans to embedded a memory controller and to use a common high-speed serial interconnect as the processor bus for its Itanium and Xeon server processors starting in 2007, EE Times has learned.
2007-06-18 Intel details Itanium road map
Intel plans to roll out the Itanium and Xeon CPUs along with a common south bridge I/O chip, all using a new high-speed interconnect, by next year.
2003-11-24 Intel commits $36M to supercomputer R&D
Intel announced during the Supercomputing 2003 conference that it will spend $36M over the next few years on R&D to fuel use of its Pentium and Itanium processors.
2009-11-20 Infotainment SoCs fit car navigation, telematics
NEC Electronics has expanded its NaviEngine chip family towards the low end with devices that contain multicore processors for car infotainment systems.
2010-09-27 First 1.5GHz tri-core app processor for smartphones, tablets
Marvell combines three cores in one application processor, adds 3D graphics, USB 3.0, 1080p video playback
2012-07-20 Examining Google's Nexus 7 tablet
UBM TechInsights tore down Google's Nexus 7 tablet and found a few new chip vendors not normally found in high-end consumer devices.
2008-07-29 Debuggers support ARM multicore processors
Lauterbach has announced that its TRACE32 debuggers now support ARM Cortex-A9 multicore processor.
2005-08-08 CEO interview: with ARC's Carl Schlachte
EE Times met with Carl Schlachte, chief executive officer of ARC International plc, in London at the end of one of his visits to ARC's base in Elstree.
2010-05-19 Baseband processor runs 600MHz at <10W
Mindspeed Technologies Inc. has launched two new members of the Transcede family of wireless baseband processors designed for small-cell 3G and 4G base stations.
2004-09-30 Azul leads wave of proprietary server startups
Azul Systems Inc. debuted last week (Sept. 24) its concept of a data center appliance to process Java bytecodes.
2005-07-18 ATCA wares on full display at show
Embedded computing industry specialists roll out full ATCA product suites at SuperComm 2005.
2004-05-21 ARM, NEC codevelop licensable processor
ARM has announced the availability of a new form of licensable processor, which has been developed as part of its ongoing partnership with NEC.
2009-03-24 Analyst sees slow multicore uptake in comms
The transition to multicore processors in communications and networking applications is expected to be a slow one due to complex and fragmented nature of the underlying technology.
2007-07-10 AMC ref kit features dual-core PowerPC processor
GDA Technologies has developed an Advanced Mezzanine Card reference platform kit for Freescale Semiconductor's MPC8641D dual-core PowerPC processor built on Power Architecture technology.
2011-09-23 5-core mobile CPUs slash power use
Nvidia claims its Tegra 3 processor consumes 14 to 61 percent less energy compared to a standard quad-core.
2006-07-28 Sarnoff licenses ARM's MPCore multi-core processor
ARM announced that Sarnoff has licensed its ARM11 MPCore multi-core processor. Sarnoff will be using the processor to develop high-performance, low-power mobile vision SoC.
2010-05-18 RTOS packs real-time responsiveness for multicore
Express Logic has developed ThreadX/SMP, an enhanced version of ThreadX that provides synchronous multicore support with real-time responsiveness called "Real-Time SMP
2004-09-30 Freescale to demo seven processors at confab
Freescale will show architectures for seven new PowerPC and PowerQuicc devices at an upcoming conference in Frankfurt, Germany.
2006-08-04 Freescale processors with dual e500 CPU scale to 1.5GHz
Freescale said its new MPC8572 PowerQUICC III processors are based on an SoC platform and feature dual e500 CPU cores scaling to 1.5GHz.
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