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  • ...puters. Zen was officially launched on March 2, [[2017]]. Zen was replaced by {{\\|Zen+}} in [[2018]]. ...to represent the balance needed between the various competing aspects of a microprocessor - transistor allocation/die size, clock/frequency restriction, power limita
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  • | type = System on chips ...s a family of {{arch|64}} multi-core [[ARM]] [[system on chip]]s developed by [[MediaTek]] and launched in [[2015]]. Helio is MediaTek's flagship family
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  • ...ften A53 cores are combined with higher performance processors (e.g. based on {{armh|Cortex-A57|l=arch}} or {{armh|Cortex-A72|l=arch}}) in {{armh|big.LIT * {{\\|Cortex-R7}} (dual-core [[lock-step]])
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  • ...uding {{intel|Core i3|i3}}, {{intel|Core i5|i5}}, and {{intel|Core i7|i7}} models. ...nounced a $7B investment in Fab 42 which will be used to manufacture chips on a [[7 nm process]]
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  • | type = System on Chips ...y of performance {{arch|32}} and {{arch|64}} [[ARM]] processors introduced by [[Samsung]] for their consumer electronics.
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  • ...ften A55 cores are combined with higher performance processors (e.g. based on {{armh|Cortex-A75|l=arch}}) in {{armh|DynamIQ big.LITTLE}} configuration to ...er of performance enhancements as well as designed to be implemented based on [[ARM Holding|ARM]]'s {{armh|DynamIQ big.LITTLE}} design.
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  • | type = System on chips ...Hi16xx, is a series of {{arch|64}} [[ARM]] server microprocessors designed by [[Huawei]]. First introduced in 2015, those processors are geared towards h
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  • ...e '''Ares''') is a high-performance [[ARM]] [[microarchitecture]] designed by [[ARM Holdings]] for the server market. This microarchitecture is designed ...e Business Unit, at his TechCon 2018 keynote. Ares was officially unveiled on February 20, 2019.
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  • ...re]] designed by [[ARM Holdings]] for the mobile market. Enyo was designed by Arm's Austin, Texas team. This microarchitecture is designed as a synthesiz ...ortex-A76 started in 2013. [[Arm]] formally announced Enyo during Computex on May 31 2018.
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  • ...]] designed by [[ARM Holdings]] for the mobile market. Deimos was designed by Arm's Austin, Texas team. This microarchitecture is designed as a synthesiz ...tex-A77 started in 2014. [[Arm]] formally announced Deimos during Computex on May 27 2019.
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  • ...tecture]] designed by [[Arm]] for the mobile market. Hercules was designed by Arm's Austin, Texas team. This microarchitecture is designed as a synthesiz ...ent of the Cortex-A78 started in 2015. [[Arm]] formally announced Hercules on May 26 2020.
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  • ...iShan v100}}, a high-performance [[ARM]] server microarchitecture designed by [[HiSilicon]] for [[Huawei]]'s own TaiShan servers. TaiShan-based CPUs are branded as the {{hisilicon|hi16xx#920_Series|Kunpeng 920 series}}.
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  • '''Cortex-M55''' is an ultra-low-power [[ARM]] [[microarchitecture]] designed by [[ARM Holdings]] for microcontrollers and embedded subsystems. This microar The Cortex-M55 was officially launched on February 10, 2020. Support for {{arm|custom instructions}} will be added in
    12 KB (1,806 words) - 09:51, 12 January 2021
  • ...le''' is the codename for a series of [[AMD]] server microprocessors based on If a microprocessor is missing from the list, an appropriate article for it needs to be
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  • ...ten A510 cores are combined with higher performance processors (e.g. based on {{armh|Cortex-A710|l=arch}}) in {{armh|DynamIQ big.LITTLE}} configuration t *** Shared by both cores in the complex
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