Nvidia has announced it will bring full software stack support to ARM CPUs, including its entire HPC product stack. This move will put ARM on an equal playing field with x86 and Power.
A security researcher has created a tool to allow the extraction and analysis of AMD’s Platform Security Processor firmware.
Samsung and AMD have signed a new agreement to license Radeon IP for Samsung’s GPU designs. What’s that mean for the company’s long-term custom SoC plans?
ARM announced the latest Cortex-A77 CPU this week, with improvements in overall performance, particularly FPU code.
Huawei has been cut off from most of the major CPU architectures in existence. If the company can’t negotiate its way out of the problem, what practical recourse does it have?
The BBC claims to have obtained an internal memo to ARM staff that instructs employees to end “all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagements” with Huawei.
Google isn’t the only company cutting ties with Huawei. Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx, and Broadcom are doing so as well, at least for now.
Speculative execution has been in the news of late, typically when discussing the Meltdown and Spectre flaws. We explain the topic.
Intel has disclosed a new set of speculative execution security issues that can leak data from CPUs under certain circumstances. How serious a problem they represent as a practical matter is still under debate.
Intel and the DOE have announced the first exascale computer expected to be deployed. Codenamed Aurora, the system should be ready by 2021.