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    ARM Eagle next generation core at Computex 2010

    Back in February 2010 we spied a leaked roadmap from ARM that had something called Eagle listed. The processor roadmap showed Eagle to be a new CPU from ARM that would be aimed at the smartphone, mobile computing, and DTV markets among others.


    At Computex ARM confirmed that Eagle was in fact its next generation core for high-end platforms. ARM also talked about other things during its conference at Computex reports CarryPad.

    Other topics included the prevalence of ARM CPUs in a myriad of entertainment devices and Mali GPUs. There were highlights of ARM hardware combined with Android Froyo that has specific optimizations for ARM hardware. Those optimizations include Dalvik JIT for Thumb2, NDK3.0 for native debug and support, as well as V8 JavaScript

    Via:Slash Gear

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