ARM’s Gives Details on Cortex-A15 Based on Eagle Architecture

Posted by at 10:42 am on September 9, 2010

ARM today gave a name and details to its future  Eagle  mobile architecture. The  Cortex-A15 can scale up to 1.5GHz in a dual-core format and can even work in quad-core versions up to 2.5GHz. It’s built for future 32 nanometer manufacturing and should shrink down to a smaller and more efficient 28nm over time.

The architecture itself builds on top of the already dual-core A9. It still supports more advanced out of order code execution, but builds on this with theoretical support for up to 1TB of memory. It can even support the hardware  virtualization  of another OS.

Apple, TI, Samsung look to be target customers, who like like customize the chipt for their own uses in phones, tablets and other mobile devices.  Devices with this new architecture should hit the streets in 2011.

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