Hello all, here are the highlights from the last few days:
- Several reporters including Charlie Demerjian from SemiAccuratehighlight the release of Gigabyte’s ARM-based servers, stating, “Gigabyte just launched three new ARM server products that don’t look like much on the surface. Under it however there is something that signifies a sea-change in the entire server market.”
- Several reporters including Graham Pitcher from New Electronics report Cypress and Traveo have partnered to collaborate on a graphics platform for the ARM-based Traveo S6J32BA and S6J32DA product families.
- Richard Wilson of Electronics Weekly announces that Xilinx have joined the Linux Foundation, the industry organization supporting growth of Linux and collaborative development.
- Several reporters including Jamie Condliffe from Gizmodo report Atmel’s ARM-based SAM L21 32-bit line of microcontrollers aims to extend battery life to over 10 years per charge, noting, “This new Amtel chip has different sleep states, allowing connected devices to communicate with each other while the chip continues to use very little power.”
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