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Sunday, November 23, 2014
Industry News
China Mobile - the dominant 4G operator 11/21/2014
China Mobile’s total wireless subscriber base at the end of September was 799 million, including about 285 million high speed (3G & 4G) users.
Qualcomm to get into ARM server race 11/21/2014
Qualcomm's executives felt the company needed to break out of its mobile market into the growing data center and server markets.
Consumer prices unchanged 11/21/2014
Energy prices fell 1.9 percent last month while food costs edged up a slim 0.1 percent.
Should Sony dump Playstation to favor Mobile? 11/21/2014
Unsolicited advice, already circulating among Sony watchers, ranges from shutting down the mobile division to dumping PlayStation before game consoles fall completely out of fashion.
Cray to evaluate ARM against Intel for HPC 11/20/2014
US Government program called FastForward 2 which asks the firm to explore 64bit ARMs for high performance computing (HPC).
Apple and Nvidia ahead on tablet bench mark 11/20/2014
In a recent press demonstration, BAPCo showed off the new TabletMark running on an Apple iPad Air 2 with its A8X chip; the Google Nexus 9 with its Nvdia Tegra K1; and a Lenovo Thinkpad 10 with a quad-core Intel Atom Z3795.
China and U.S pushing semiconductors forward with conbined economic power 11/20/2014
The United States and China, the world’s two largest markets for industrial semiconductors, are propelling global growth this year, with revenue increases of 13 percent and 17 percent, respectively.
Marvell rolls out mobile SOC with ideal features 11/20/2014
Marvell has rolled out the octa-core 64bit 5-mode 4G LTE ARMADA Mobile PXA1936 SoC intended for high performance smartphones and tablets. The mobile processor features 8x ARM Cortex A53, advanced graphics and security functions, high performance image processing and sensor fusion capabilities,
Intel Research announced DRAM that use much less energy 11/19/2014
The prototype dynamic random access memory (DRAM) array can achieve four times lower latency at 25 times less energy than the standard double data rate synchronous (DDR) DRAM devices that are generally used in computers.
Intel merge mobile devices with PC chip-making group 11/19/2014
"more and more" processors will be needed in the future that can be utilized in tablets, smartphones, or laptops, and that by merging the two divisions, Intel will be better placed to produce them.
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