ARM Introduces New Cortex CPU For Increased Laptop Performance And Battery Life

Posted: Jun 3 2018, 11:43pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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ARM introduces New Cortex CPU for Increased Laptop Performance and Battery Life

Processor company ARM announced New Suite of IP for Improved Performance.

On May 31, 2018, ARM Introduced a New Suite of IP that will provide increased performance and longer battery life for both the smart phones and laptops.

Highlights of the new IP suite included:

Arm Cortex-A76 CPU is built around the latest DynamicIQ technology, and its advanced microarchitecture capabilities allow for two-fold increased performance in laptops and smartphones. It supports intelligent mobile computing and is an ideal solution for artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, Cortex A 76 also support AMR’s POP technology, which reduces the deployment time for different OEMs by a significant amount.

Arm Mali-G76 GPU are 30% more efficient over the earlier versions; it supports high-performance gaming and is compatible with different underlying platforms. Due to its machine learning capabilities, it can deliver better high fidelity and interactive gaming experience for its users. As compared with the earlier version of Mali G72, it is 2.7 times more efficient in machine learning capabilities. By making important changes to its architecture ARM Mali G76 is even 30 percent more efficient in both its performance and the duration of battery life. With on-device ML features, it delivers outstanding gaming experience on small and large-screen devices. With its advanced and cross-platform compatibilities, this GPU offers game developers a better environment to add augmented reality and virtual reality features to their new games.

Arm Mali-V76, the latest visual processing unit is engineered and designed for the coming future, with 8K streaming at 60 frames per second; this VPU is years ahead of current market requirements. It can deliver unmatched visual experiences on smartphones, laptops and digital TV’s. Streaming at 8K 60 FPS requires four times the bandwidth as compared to 4K 60 FPS videos, to do so ARM added an extra AXI bus into their current design. They also increased video pipeline buffer rate from 4096 to 8192.

Although few broadcast channels support 8K at present, using these new features, users can view four different 4K 60 FPS videos simultaneously, for lower resolution it can even stream 16 HD videos at the same time.

“Cortex-A76 represents the best fit for the laptop space because the performance uplifts allow exceptional delivery of the most important productivity apps such as the Microsoft Office suite, providing a much faster, smoother user experience,” said Lionel Belnet from ARM.

“Arm and its strong partner ecosystem are redefining mobile and changing where and how innovation happens across the mobile spectrum, from small to large-screen devices. “, he also added,” “Together, we transform how we live, work, play, and learn from mobile phones, tablets to PCs across different operating systems–all seamlessly, and all connected through 5G. I am excited about this journey and the new suite of IP that will unleash a new wave of unimagined experiences.”

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