Acasa Stiinta-ITIT Marvell lanseaza un procesor cu 3 nuclee pentru mobile

Marvell lanseaza un procesor cu 3 nuclee pentru mobile

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Marvell are in vedere dezvoltarea unui nou procesor pentru dispozitivele mobile care ar creste simtitor viteza smartphone-urilor si a tabletelor, cu un consum mult redus de energie.

Compania pregateste un Armada 628 cu trei nuclee in loc de doua, asa cum promite majoritatea. Noul procesor este deja testat de “clienti de top”, potrivit Nasdaq, si va intra in componenta dispozitivelor mobile chiar de la inceputul anului 2011.


Cipurile companiei sunt folosite pe majoritatea smartphone-urilor RIM BlackBerry. In plus, un procesor mai rapid in genul Armada 618 este asteptat sa puna in miscare tableta BlackPad.

Noul procesor al Marvell apare intr-o competitie destul de stransa in spatiul smartphone. Producatorii de cipuri urmaresc indeosebi acest segment, mai ales ca vanzarile PC-urilor traditionale sunt in regres. De exemplu, cea mai recenta linie de smartphone-uri high-end are procesoare de 1 GHz si aparate care atrag clientii prin design.

Marvell este in competitie cu Nvidia si Qualcomm, care au trambitat mult cresterea capabilitatilor si vitezei liniei de procesoare Snapdragon. Iar procesorul Hummingbird de 1 GHz al Samsung Electronics este integrat in multe mobile Galaxy S, urmand a fi si in Galaxy Tab.

LG a anuntat deja ca va folosi procesoare dual-core Nvidia, iar Motorola a vorbit despre acelasi tip de performanta pentru produsele sale. Oricum, procesoare mai puternice sunt asteptate odata cu un val de tablete ce vor aparea in piata.

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ValVerde 08-10-2010 - 21:11

Following the event, a wide range of crowd estimates was reported by organizers, protesters, and members of the media.[17] The space occupied by the crowd extended from the Capitol lawn down around the National Mall as far as Third Street.[32] The crowd estimates mentioned in many news outlets included „tens of thousands”[16] and „between 60,000 and 75,000”,[1][2][33] while many sourced the Public Information Officer of the D.C. Fire Department who unofficially estimated there were „in excess of 75,000” people in attendance.[1][17][18][19] The D.C. Fire Department later released a statement that the crowd estimation attributed to them was false and based on an early estimation of a specific area, Freedom Plaza, not the number of participants in the event.[20]
Conservative bloggers, stating estimates reported in the news were liberal media bias, asserted the number was much higher and estimated between 1 and 2 million people had attended the event.[17][33][34] PolitiFact, The Christian Science Monitor, the Los Angeles Times, and other news outlets reported that some of these bloggers, such as Michelle Malkin, had originally distributed photos from a 1997 Promise Keepers march that made the 2009 march look more highly attended.[33][35][36] Adding difficulty to crowd estimation, a section of the National Mall near the Washington Monument was dedicated to the 24th annual National Black Family Reunion on September 12.[26]

ValVerde 08-10-2010 - 21:11

Protesters walking down Pennsylvania Avenue
Matt Kibbe, president of FreedomWorks, the organizer of the event, stated on stage that ABC News had reported 1 million to 1.5 million protesters in attendance. ABC News later published an article saying that they were misquoted by Kibbe, and went on to report that 60,000 to 70,000 had attended the event, citing the unofficial D.C. Fire Department number.[19] After comparing photographs of Saturday’s protest with previous events, FreedomWorks revised their crowd estimate to be between 600,000 and 800,000.[17][37] Pete Sepp, a spokesman for the National Taxpayers Union, one of the organizations that sponsored the march, said the group estimated the crowd at 75,000 in the morning and from 200,000 and 300,000 as the day went on.[17]
Farouk El-Baz, a Boston University research professor and expert on crowd estimation, told the LA Times that his informal research from media coverage indicated 75,000 as the peak attendance. El-Baz noted that, because there seemed to be no aerial photos of the event, reaching any sort of rigorous estimate might be impossible. The Washington Metro reported 87,000 extra riders that day as compared to the average ridership.[17]

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