X-Gene from Applied Micro.

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  1. liolio

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    I was wandering around the internet where I find this entry from anandtech:

    Further digging I find this which is the presentation of the product.
    And through the comment of the video I reached this page where you still can access the vid and the slides.

    It's the first SoC using the ARMv8 ISA and aiming at such high performance. After a quick search I didn't find a thread about it so I decided to open one as it may interest some persons as well as avoiding to pollute other thread.
     
  2. pharma

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    Macom X-Gene 3 is "the most powerful ARM CPU available"
    http://hexus.net/tech/news/cpu/103375-macom-x-gene-3-the-powerful-arm-cpu-available/
     
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    Are those A-72s or custom cores?
     
  4. Laurent06

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    If find it odd that nowhere in the article, it is said that Macom is trying to get rid of X-Gene as it doesn't fit in their business.
     
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