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The Importance of ARM Gateway and Network Technology in Edge Computing

TOPICS: 5G, AI, ARM, computing, Edge Computing, edge gateways, IoT

Edge computing is rapidly changing data collection, processing, and delivery. The growing demand for the IoT is one reason for driving the need for edge systems. Not only that, many business and industrial applications now need real-time computing. Fortunately, the rapid pace at which edge computing grows also derives steady support from network innovation such […]

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MacBook Pro 13 (2020): Up to 20 hours of battery life in a device that boasts three times the power of its competitors

TOPICS: Apple Silicon, Apple Silicon M1, ARM, Mac mini, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Neural Engine, Secure Enclave

The new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Apple Silicon is the first professional Mac with an ARM processor, created by the company itself. In this MacBook Pro with Apple Silicon, power, autonomy and security are the main characteristics that define this generation. One that promises to be a point and apart from what have been so […]

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Nvidia confirms purchase of ARM for $40 billion

TOPICS: ARM, equity, Nvidia, shares, SoftBank

Nvidia has announced that it has reached an agreement with the SoftBank Group to buy the British chip designer ARM for $40 billion (‘33.75 billion). The company says that ARM will operate as a division of Nvidia, maintain its headquarters in Cambridge, UK, and “continue to operate its open licensing model while maintaining its neutrality […]

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Qualcomm introduces Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G, designed for Windows ARM notebooks

TOPICS: 5G, Acer Spin 7, Aqstic, ARM, Bluetooth 5.1, Qualcomm, Snapdragon, Wi-Fi 6, Windows

Qualcomm is not new to ARM processors for the desktop – including laptops, of course – but after Apple’s announcement to migrate all of its computers to its own line of processors, it looks like the future of consumer computer competitiveness will be built on this architecture, so the race is on. For this reason, […]

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Apple announces the migration of its Macs to ARM-based processors

TOPICS: Apple, ARM, chips, Intel, MacBook, macOS, processors

After many years of rumors, Apple has made official the launch of its first Macs based on ARM processors. This news marks a new episode in Apple’s history as a computer manufacturer, initiating its separation from Intel as a processor supplier. This is a strategic move only comparable to the abandonment of RISC architecture in […]

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