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Processors - ARM
ARM is the industry leader in embedded and application processors, delivering
high performance computing, leading power efficiency and reduced system cost.
AMD Processors
Get information on AMD processors and APUs for desktops, laptops, tablets, 2-in-
ones and servers.
AMD FX Processors
Take your PC's megatasking abilities to extreme levels with the first native 8-core
desktop processor built with dynamic, tuneable performance to handle multiple ...
Processors | Broadcom
Communications Processors at Broadcom. Specializing in broadband processors
, mips architecture and communications processors.
Learn About Intel® Processor Numbers
Processor number is one of several factors to be considered when choosing the
right processor for your computing needs.
AMD Phenom™ II Processors
Get information about the Quad-Core AMD Phenom II processors for high
definition entertainment, advanced multitasking performance, and power-saving
Intel® Atom™ Processor
The Intel® Atom™ processor powers a variety of devices such as tablets,
smartphones, netbooks, hybrids, and consumer electronics.
Intel® Itanium® Processors
Eight cores. A groundbreaking 3.1 billion transistors. And double the speed of
previous processors. The new Intel® Itanium® processor 9500 series delivers the
Intel® Core™ i7 Processor
Whether it's HD or 3D, multitasking or multimedia, Intel® Core™ i7 processor
delivers adaptable speed and responsiveness.
Classic Processors - ARM
ARM Classic processors include the ARM11™, ARM9™ and ARM7™ processor
families. These processors are still widely licensed around the globe, providing ...
EETimes Europe
Market analysts give all semiconductor companies high hopes as long as they can fit their silicon into wearable applications, promised to sell in the tens of millions of units across the fitness, healthcare, infotainment and military markets.
Lattice Semiconductor’s MachXO3L instant-on, non-volatile FPGAs unveiled at Embedded World offer a simple bridging solution between legacy designs and processors and evolving connectivity interfaces such as LVDS displays, MIPI CSI-2, DSI and others.
Rohm’s latest sound processors for volume and tone adjustment in audio devices, including car audio systems (BD37033FV, BD37034FV, BD37068FV) and AV receivers (BD34701KS2), feature a special RF noise removal function developed using proprietary analogue technologies.
Four technology trends havecome together to make the challenge of building safe cars more and more difficult. Embedded processors are now so inexpensive that software is taking over functions such as braking, which were once achieved solely by mechanical means.
Cadence Design System’s Tensilica and Synopsys ARC are going head to head in the market for embedded processors in system on chip designs. These devices can have as many as 30 controller cores outside the main CPU, handling data movement and signal processing with higher clock rates and higher memory bandwidth.