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  • Using It to Make AI Chips, Softbank Would Risk Arm

    Using It to Make AI Chips, Softbank Would Risk Arm

    Arm may design and sell AI chips, targeting production by 2025. Directed by majority shareholder SoftBank Group, the move is risky. Selling chips is less likely to succeed than licensing AI IP, which Arm already does, and won’t alienate Arm’s customers.

  • Arm Ethos-U85 NPU Raises Edge AI Performance and Efficiency

    Arm Ethos-U85 NPU Raises Edge AI Performance and Efficiency

    Arm’s Ethos-U85 NPU boasts higher performance, efficiency, and transformer network support compared to the Ethos-U65. Targeting edge AI applications, it scales from 256 GOPS to 4 TOPS and integrates with both Cortex-M and Cortex-A CPUs.

  • We Await Reviews While Qualcomm Trickles Out Snapdragon X SKUs News

    We Await Reviews While Qualcomm Trickles Out Snapdragon X SKUs News

    Qualcomm has begun announcing Snapdragon X models and reiterates lofty, but still unvalidated, performance claims. Performance and AI capabilities will determine if the Qualcomm Snapdragon X is the final attempt at an ARM PC processor or the first in a wave that breaks x86 hegemony.

  • Is Windows AI Explorer Exclusive to Snapdragon or Open to All?

    Is Windows AI Explorer Exclusive to Snapdragon or Open to All?

    Rumors suggest Microsoft’s Windows AI Explorer might require a Qualcomm Snapdragon Elite X processor. This raises questions about Microsoft’s strategy: leverage a limited base for high profits (a skim strategy) or prioritize wider adoption (a penetrate strategy). While Intel boasts AI-powered processors in 2024, they lag competing chips from AMD and Qualcomm. With Arm PC…

  • AI, RISC-V, and FPGAs Take the Stage at Embedded World 2024

    AI, RISC-V, and FPGAs Take the Stage at Embedded World 2024

    Embedded World 2024 showcased advancements in processor technology, including for artificial intelligence (AI), the RISC-V CPU architecture, and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), including announcements from Altera, AMD, Arm, NXP, and others.

  • Arm Neoverse V3 and N3 Turn Up the Heat on X86

    Arm Neoverse V3 and N3 Turn Up the Heat on X86

    Arm has refreshed its entire infrastructure-CPU line, delivering new Neoverse V3, N3, and E3 cores. A rung up the integration ladder, the company also offers compute subsystems (CSS) that combine these CPUs, a mesh network, cache, and interfaces to facilitate customers’ SoC and chiplet designs. Arm reports V3 and N3 are typically about 13% and…

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