Arm launches first SMT-capable Cortex core
Aims at automotive.
'Arm truly is everywhere compute happens,' Vachani says.
Well, as close as we've come, anyway.
Xeon and Core products coming in 2019.
Will release it early 2019.
Up to 512 TOPS, it claims.
Nothing a suitable replacement for silicon.
Claim patches don't fully protect.
Gains found in only one very specific workload.
SMT again proving a security nightmare.
Taking the data centre fight to AMD.
Will push its products down to 7nm
Avera offers what GloFo won't: 7nm.
Still up from its 52-week low, though.
'Making good progress on 10nm,' company claims.
Promises 20 percent speed boost over 10nm.
Aims to replace Intel's CAT.
The news isn't good.
Pre-orders now, full availability October 19th.
Available in December, November respectively.
Warns relief unlikely before 2H2019.
Claim it could lead to terahertz-class processors.