Embedded World

ARM’s Cortex-R range of processor IP is something we haven’t talked about too much in the past, yet it’s a crucial part of ARM’s business and is integrated in a lot of devices. ARM divides its CPU offerings into three categories – At the high-end performance end we find the Cortex-A profile of application processors which most of us should be familiar with as cores such as the Cortex A53 and Cortex A72 are ubiquitous in today’s smartphone media coverage and get the most attention. The low-end should also be pretty familiar as the Cortex-M microcontrollers are found in virtually any conceivable gadget out there and also has seen increased exposure in the mobile segment due to their usage as the brain inside of...

Embedded World 2015: Skylake-DT Industrial Motherboard Spotted

Even with Broadwell not completely out of the door, a lot of attention is being put towards Skylake, the 14nm architecture update from Intel. Current information out the wild...

13 by Ian Cutress on 2/24/2015

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