NVIDIA Kal-El Has 5 Cores

NVIDIA Kal-El Has 5 Cores

NVIDIA releases Kal-El white papers, which announces a fifth Cortex A9 companion core specifically designed to handle less demanding tasks in effort to minimize power consumption caused by active standby processes. The Companion core’s max operating frequency gets capped at 500MHz, offering higher performance and greater efficiency per watt when running menial tasks and this leaves the four main cores free to take care of the stuff it does best. Project Kal-El also includes a brand-new 12-core GPU that delivers up to 3x the graphics performance of Tegra 2 and the Variable SMP architecture is also completely OS transparent, which means that operating systems and applications don’t need to be redesigned to take advantage of the fifth core……………….

By On September 23, 2011 Respond
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Elektrobit Introduce Specialized Device Platform, More Secured Android-Based Device

Elektrobit Introduce Specialized Device Platform, More Secured Android-Based Device

EB, Elektrobit Corporation, a leading developer of edge embedded technology solutions for automotive and wireless industries. This company has just announced the EB Specialized Device Platform, an Android-based mobile device platform for specialized markets. The lower cost, faster development approach, EB’s service marries the makes the device best of the traditional mobile world.

By On August 9, 2011 Respond
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LG Optimus 3D Has Dual-Core 1GHz OMAP 4 CPU

LG Optimus 3D Has Dual-Core 1GHz OMAP 4 CPU

Just a day before Mobile World Congress 2011 starts in Barcelona, LG has made its Optimus 3D smartphone official and provided details on some of its most highly anticipated mobile gadgets on Sunday, including the LG Optimus Pad tablet and Optimus 3D smartphone…..

By On February 13, 2011 Respond
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Blaze tablet coming to developers

Blaze tablet coming to developers

Following hot on the heels of other manufacturers unveiling their entries into the tablet market comes Texas Instruments. TI’s tablet is called the Blaze, and it’s one intended for developers and people with more money than sense, rather than mainstream consumers….

By On June 26, 2010 Respond
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