Tuesday, 25 May 2021

ARM unveils Cortex-X2, A710, A510, new Mali GPUs as it prepares to go 64-bit only

ARMv8 has been around for years, it is the first 64-bit version of the ARM architecture. Now it’s time to move on to ARMv9. No, it’s not jumping to 128-bit, but it does bring the end of 32-bit designs. ARM is planning to go 64-bit only by 2023 and it is working with its partners to ensure that the software ecosystem is ready to wave goodbye to 32-bit apps (a process that ARM hopes will be completed by the end of this year). Bits aside, ARM unveiled new CPU and GPU designs that will be featured in future chipsets as well as new support hardware to tie them all together in varying...

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