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AMD G Series processors get more security

AMD G-Series processors get more security

AMDĀ has announced its latestĀ x86 AMD Embedded G-Series processor and system-on-chip (SoC)Ā devices whichĀ are being used inĀ HP thin clientsĀ forĀ healthcare, finance, education and retail. Advantech will also design the SoC processor intoĀ industrial boardsĀ for rugged environments. The processors haveĀ integrated security with enterprise-class error-correction code (ECC) memory support, dual- and quad-core variants, and a discrete-class GPU and I/O controller on […]

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AMD brings ARM to the x86 server party

AMD brings ARM to the x86 server party

AMDā€™s ā€œambidextrousā€ computing strategy has taken one half of the microprocessor industry by surprise. Those in the x86 processor ecosystem have been taken unawares by AMDā€™s decision to jettison its once total reliance on x86 architecture and introduce ARM processor cores into future products. The Cambridge-based processor firm was probably not surprised at all. ARM

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AMD claims ARM and x86 mobile chip first

AMD claims ARM and x86 mobile chip first

AMDĀ has combined ARM and x86 processors in itsĀ latestĀ mobile accelerated processing units (APUs). This isĀ AMDā€™s first implementation of ARM-based technology into processors designed for consumer and commercial client devices. The mobile APUs, formerly codenamed ā€œBeemaā€ and ā€œMullins,ā€incorporateĀ up to four newly-designed x86 CPU coresĀ and a hardware-level data security solution based on the ARM Cortex-A5 processor core.Products based

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