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timemerchant
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re: Five ARM Tech Con papers Id really like to see
timemerchant   6/2/2013 10:58:08 AM
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MIPS have been shipping 64-bit for years (multi-core etc), but why will ARM be successful when no silicon on the horizon for 2 years? AMCC is about a year later than initially promised. With a 64-bit SoC, power is important, but why would you need it for mobile? So much other stuff eating power, that the core might be less than 10%, so why choose ARM? Freescale has PowerPC 64-bit multi-core SoC, looking at ARM for A50. Too many architectural differences within ARM (and MIPS) camps. Architectural details still not readily available either.

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alex_m1   5/31/2013 1:12:32 PM
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Analog semi bought some analog probabilistic computing company. I like to see some papers on it. Also memristors look quite interesting.

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panzerboy   5/30/2013 11:59:26 PM
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I'm interested in Steve Furbers SpiNNaker neural simulation project. I guess there at the hardware ramp-up stage so havent yet done massive neural-net experimentation. Its all blue-sky "who know where it might lead" stuff, but could be the first steps to "your AI buddy in your pocket".

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help.fulguy   5/29/2013 6:04:18 PM
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One big brown noser of ARM. ARM should just hire you, Rick. I am not sure whats taking them so long.

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rick merritt   5/29/2013 12:45:00 AM
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What's a paper you'd like to see this fall?



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