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Old 10-19-2011, 10:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Cortex-A7 chip will team up with -A15 in 'big.Little' combo SoCs


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ARM announced a 28-nanometer MPCore processor claimed to offer five times the energy efficiency, one fifth the size, and 50 percent better performance than the Cortex-A8. The Cortex-A7 supports designs up to four cores, offers all the features of the high-end Cortex-A15, and will be deployed with the A15 in a & big.Little& SoC design that interconnects the two at 20 microsecond speeds....

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