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+ - ARM Preps 2-GHz Multicore Chips for Smartphones

Submitted by adeelarshad82
adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "ARM plans to take on Intel's Atom by prepping faster, mulicore versions of its Cortex processor, running up to speeds of 2 GHz. ARM introduced the new Cortex-A9 chip, code-named Eagle, which with physical IP optimization can demonstrate 2GHz of speed. Along with the Cortex-A9 chip the company also showed off two other new chips, the "Heron," a Cortex-R chip for engine management systems and hard drives, and "Merlin," designed for motor controller and other microcontrollers."
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ARM Preps 2-GHz Multicore Chips for Smartphones

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