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Peter Clarke
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re: Opinion: Convergence favors ARM's client-to-server play
Peter Clarke   9/10/2010 1:47:46 PM
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Configurable in the sense that: it can have one, two, four or many cores; it can have small single-level caches...or larger caches including L2; it can have multiple high-speed parallel buses or not.... I don't mean configurable in terms of instruction set additions or omissions. So I doubt Tensilica, or Synopsys (ARC) licensing is required...unless you know better?

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re: Opinion: Convergence favors ARM's client-to-server play
garydpdx   9/10/2010 1:34:25 PM
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Configurable core ... this has echoes of Tensilica! That leaves one to wonder if ARM has licensed some technology from Tensilica for the A15 ... :)

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