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AMD Licenses ARM Technology - ARM TrustZone technology Coming To APUs @ Legit Reviews
     Fri, Jun 22 2012 | 4:08P | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Over the past year there has been much speculation that AMD and ARM would enter some sort of an IP licensing deal. Many expected to hear some big announcement like AMD licensing ARM?s CPU cores or ARM licensing AMD`s Radeon IP, but that didn`t exactly happen. That changed today when AMD announced it will integrate the ARM TrustZone technology into future Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) via a system-on-a-chip (SoC) design methodology."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS.COM

Intel Core i7-3720QM: Mobile Ivy Bridge Review
     Fri, Jun 22 2012 | 12:00P | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Instead of breaking new ground in performance, Ivy Bridge improves efficiency, marking the arrival of Intel's 22nm design process which uses new 3D transistors. This allows the flagship quad-core 3.5GHz Core i7-3770K to consume less power than the more modest Sandy Bridge i5-2500K. Granted, the 19-watt power savings we recorded in our tests probably won't excite desktop users, but it does present a tangible benefit for battery-bound mobile machines. Ivy Bridge's improved fuel efficiency should grant laptops a little more mileage away from wall chargers.
  FULL STORY @ TECHSPOT

Intel Core i5-3427U: Ivy Bridge For Ultrabooks Review
     Thu, Jun 21 2012 | 9:01A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Back in 2011, Intel Capital, Intel's investment arm in support of their strategic objectives, ponied-up a cool $300 million to help give birth to a new class of notebooks they defined as "Ultrabooks." Though there aren't a complete set if design specifications, Intel requires certain characteristics of performance, mechanical design, battery life and processor component selection, in order to market a notebook as an Ultrabook. From resume from hibernation response times to chassis thickness, Intel wanted to build upon Apple's success with the MacBook Air, so that all of their OEM and ODM partners could get in on the thin, sleek and sexy trend that's becoming all the rage with consumers. Today Intel is lifting the embargo veil off of a number of Core i5 dual-core Ivy Bridge processors for both the desktop and mobile segments. In terms of mobile products, Ultrabooks remain the clear focus for Intel and as such we've been setup with a demonstration vehicle for the new Core i5-3427U Ultra mobile processor that Intel is launching today... What follows is a look at Intel's latest Ultrabook vision and the shape of things to come in no-compromise highly mobile computing according to Intel.
  FULL STORY @ HOTHARDWARE

Intel Core i5-3470 Quad-Core CPU Review
     Thu, Jun 21 2012 | 9:00A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Last month, Intel unleashed its highly anticipated Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. We had been hearing about Ivy Bridge for what seemed like an eternity leading up to the launch, and although not based a totally new design, Ivy Bridge would offer a number of enticing enhancements, like a faster Quick Sync engine, significantly improved integrated graphics, and lower power, thanks to architectural improvements and an advanced 22nm manufacturing process. We initially took a look at Intel’s flagship Ivy Bridge-based processor, the Core i7-3770K. The Core i7-3770K is an unlocked quad-core processor with 8MB of L3 cache; integrated Intel HD 4000 series graphics; and Hyper-Threading, PCI Express 3.0 and Turbo Boost 2.0 support. The processor we’ll be showing you today, although also based on Ivy Bridge, is somewhat different. The new Core i5-3470 is based on the same quad-core die as the Core i7-3770, but it’s outfitted with less cache, a lower-end graphics core, and lacks support for Hyper-Threading, among other things...
  FULL STORY @ HOTHARDWARE

Intel Announces MIC Xeon Phi, Aims For Exascale Computing:
     Wed, Jun 20 2012 | 4:00P | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
At the International Supercomputing Conference today, Intel announced that Knights corner, the company's first commercial Many Integrated Core (MIC) product will ship commercially in 2012. The Descendent of the Processor Formerly Known as Larrabee also gets a new brand name -- Xeon Phi. The idea behind Intel's new push is that the highly efficient Xeon E5 architecture (eight-core Sandy Bridge on 32nm) fuels the basic x86 cluster, while the Many Integrated Core CPUs that grew out of the failed Larrabee GPU offer unparalleled performance scaling and break new ground. Sounds interesting enough doesn't it?
  FULL STORY @ HOTHARDWARE

AMD Fusion Developers Summit Day 1 Keynote Coverage
     Wed, Jun 20 2012 | 12:02P | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Lisa Su, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Global Business Units, opened up this year’s AMD Fusion Developers Summit by reiterating AMD’s commitment to heterogeneous computing. She began her talk by saying that AMD is firmly committed to heterogeneous computing because the company has literally bet its future on the technology. Perhaps that's a bold move on AMD's part or just an alignment with what the future computing model is evolving towards inevitably.
  FULL STORY @ FUSION

Building A 96-Core Ubuntu ARM Solar-Powered Cluster
     Tue, Jun 19 2012 | 7:28A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Last week I shared results from the Phoronix 12-core ARM Linux mini cluster that was constructed out of six PandaBoard ES development boards. Over the weekend, a 96-core ARM cluster succeeded this build. While packing nearly 100 cores and running Ubuntu Linux, the power consumption was just a bit more than 200 Watts. This array of nearly 100 processor cores was even powered up by a solar panel."
  FULL STORY @ PHORONIX.COM

 
12-Core ARM Cluster Benchmarked Against Intel Atom Ivy Bridge AMD Fusion
     Mon, Jun 18 2012 | 4:08P | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Last week I shared my plans to build a low-cost, 12-core, 30-watt ARMv7 cluster running Ubuntu Linux. The ARM cluster that is built around the PandaBoard ES development boards is now online and producing results... Quite surprising results actually for a low-power Cortex-A9 compute cluster. Results include performance-per-Watt comparisons to Intel Atom and Ivy Bridge processors along with AMD`s Fusion APU."
  FULL STORY @ PHORONIX.COM

Preview: A Cheap 12-Core 30-Watt Ubuntu Cluster
     Mon, Jun 18 2012 | 9:55A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It`s quite easy these days to build a many-core compute cluster that is low-powered, running Linux, and performant-friendly. Here`s a small cluster build that`s begun at Phoronix and has twelve 1.2GHz cores while the total system power consumption under load is just about 30 Watts. "
  FULL STORY @ PHORONIX.COM

Intel Ivy Bridge Linux Virtualization Performance
     Mon, Jun 18 2012 | 9:10A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As the latest Intel Ivy Bridge numbers to push out, here is a look at the Linux virtualization performance with the Core i7 3770K processor when comparing its raw/bare-metal performance to Linux KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) virtualization and Oracle VM VirtualBox under Ubuntu 12.04 LTS."
  FULL STORY @ PHORONIX.COM

Compiler Tuning With Intel Ivy Bridge Processors
     Sun, Jun 17 2012 | 11:06A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In this article is a look at the impact that compiler tuning has for the latest-generation Intel Ivy Bridge processors. Being tested is the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) while passing various architecture flags to look at the impact they have on the results."
  FULL STORY @ PHORONIX.COM

Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5-3427U / Ultrabook Platform Review: Making Slower Faster
     Sun, Jun 17 2012 | 9:10A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Its clear from the processor benchmarks that Intel has managed to bestow the low-voltage Ivy Bridge parts with a performance boost thats just as respectable as the one given to the companys Core i7-3720QM and other Ivy Bridge processors. The new Core i5-3427U is in a few cases able to beat the standard voltage Sandy Bridge Core i5-2540M. The 2540M is no slouch its one of the quicker Sandy Bridge Core i5 mobile parts. Even when behind, the new 3427U puts up a good fight."
  FULL STORY @ PCPER.COM

Sandy Bridge for servers: Intel Xeon E5-2600 review
     Sat, Jun 16 2012 | 9:02A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With a maximum of eight cores, 256-bit AVX instructions, quad-channel memory and integrated PCI-Express 3.0 I/O connections, Intel has significantly improved its dual-socket server platform. Whether workloads benefit more from pure processing power, fast memory communication or faster I/O, the new Sandy Bridge architecture has clear advantages in all areas compared to Intel's previous server platform. This is reflected by the test results. For example, with HPC applications we saw performance gains of a couple dozen percent. The database benchmark showed an improvement of 36 percent compared to the previous generation. The performance-per-watt has also increased according to the results, both in tests focusing on pure CPU power and the database benchmarks that take advantage more of memory bandwidth.
  FULL STORY @ BRIDGE

AMD E-Series APU “Brazo 2.0?
     Wed, Jun 13 2012 | 12:00P | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A glance over AMD’s plan shows that 2012 will see a greater push for APUs. From high performance systems all the way down to everyday performance and productivity systems, AMD has APUs designed to meet users’ computing needs. After introducing the second generation mobile A-Series APU (codenamed Trinity) in May, AMD today brings us the low power E-Series edition of the APU, codenamed Brazos 2.0, and designed for very basic computing needs.
  FULL STORY @ BJORN3D

AFDS 2012: HSA Foundation Joins AMD ARM Ti Imagination and MediaTek with Open Architecture
     Tue, Jun 12 2012 | 1:36P | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
There are a lot of implications in this simple statement and there are many questions that are left open ended to which we hope to get answered this week while at AFDS. The idea of a single architecture specification set a lot of things in motion and makes us question the direction of both AMD and the traditionally ARM-based companies of the HSA Foundation will be moving in."
  FULL STORY @ PCPER.COM

Comparing Ivy Bridge vs. Sandy Bridge @ TechReviewSource.com
     Tue, Jun 12 2012 | 10:53A | CPU / Processors | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Intel just recently released its latest, third-generation Intel Core processors and new computers are coming out now that utilize them. What are the key differences?and similarities?between Intel`s second- and third-generation Core (aka Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge) processors? We break them down for you. "
  FULL STORY @ TECHREVIEWSOURCE.COM

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