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Forecasts market size and vendor share for application processors, cellular baseband, Wi-Fi combos, GPS, NFC, and other chips for mobile devices.
A Guide to Mobile Processors
Covers application and integrated processors designed for smartphones, tablets, and other handheld devices
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October 3, 2016

Wave Accelerates Deep Learning (MPR)
Startup Wave Computing has created an innovative dataflow architecture, implemented in a processor with 16,384 cores, that offers a 10x speedup for training neural networks.
Mellanox Embeds IPSec in Adapter (NWR)
Mellanox has combined its ConnectX-4 Lx controller IC with a Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA to create a new 10/40GbE PCIe adapter for IPSec acceleration.
Andes E830 Extends Processor IP (MPR)
The new Andes E830 is a user-extensible CPU core with an updated and more compact instruction set. The company has also solidified its interconnect-design portfolio by adding the AE300.
Cortex-R52: Safer Real-Time Control (MPR)
ARM’s new core supersedes the Cortex-R5 by adding virtualization, greater throughput, better lockstepping, and optional Neon extensions while increasing real-time deterministic performance.
GlobalFoundries Offers 7nm Roadmap (MPR)
For its FinFET technology, GlobalFoundries is skipping 10nm and moving to a 7nm process targeting for 2018 production. Its new 12nm FD-SOI process offers an alternative path forward.

September 26, 2016

Samsung Unveils Custom M1 Core (MPR/MCR)
Taking a page from rival Qualcomm’s book, Samsung designed a custom ARM CPU for the Exynos 8890, its first smartphone processor to forgo using a standard Cortex core.
Phytium Samples 64-Core ARMv8 (MPR)
The Chinese startup is sampling its FT-2000/64—the world’s biggest ARM-compatible server processorand disclosed 4- and 16-core ARM chips that are already in production.
Broadcom Redefines Gearbox Ports (NWR)
Broadcom is in early production with three PHYs that implement retiming beyond the original 4:10/10:4 gearbox function and provide extensions from the emerging Multi-Link Gearbox 2.0 standard.
Editorial: ADAS Opportunities Expand (MPR)
Despite the attention on self-driving cars, automotive-processor vendors will find that active-safety systems present a bigger and fast-growing opportunity over the next several years.
Low-End Exynos Moves to 14nm (MCR)
Taking sales from Qualcomm, Samsung has built a budget smartphone processor using its own 14nm FinFET process, integrating LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS functions.
Synopsys Debuts Secure ARC Cores (MPR)
Two new DesignWare cores improve security in IoT devices and embedded systems using features such as secure containers and countermeasures against side-channel attacks.

September 19, 2016

What’s Next for Broadband After DSL? (NWR)
Qualcomm has terminated its DSL business, thereby signaling a wired-broadband transition to G.fast and, in the longer term, to fixed wireless.
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