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The ARM Cortex A-Class Microarchitecture

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The Cortex-A50 Series is the latest range of processors based on the ARMv8-A architecture. The series includes support for the AArch64, a new energy efficient 64-bit execution state that operates alongside an enhanced version of ARM ’s existing 32-bit execution state. The Cortex-A50 Series comprises the Cortex-A57 and the Cortex-A53 processors.

These new low power processors will drive the widespread adoption of technology applications ranging from gesture control, augmented reality, mobile gaming, web 2.0 and entrepreneurial business applications, where data is the business. Both the Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 processors can operate independently or be combined into an ARM big.LITTLE processing configuration that enables scalable performance and optimal energy-efficiency.

ARM is a Cambridge based, world leading company that develops processors to be used in a wide range of devices and systems from mobiles phones to cars and storage devices. Peter Greenhalgh will provide an overview of the new Cortex-A5O processors. Peter has been the principal architect of several ARM processors and is well placed to give the talk.

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