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AMD is preparing an ARM SoC for the general public?

AMD is preparing an ARM SoC for the general public?

AMD would have been inspired by Apple and its M1 and as a result, the reds would be working on a CPU ARM believes MacGeneration… In fact, AMD has been producing things about ARM architecture for a long time. The Opteron is an ARM solution for datacenters that is marketed by the company and has found its place…For the rest, AMD doesn’t really have to follow Apple since it has been on this technology for years. Le SoC ARM d'AMD, l'Opteron A1100

A baby of 2014 by Jim Keller

Already in 2014, we learned that a new architecture led by Jim Keller, was going to give birth to an ARMv8 CPU very quickly. Under the name of the K12 project, AMD targeted tablets, smartphones, laptops and servers. Yet the project was, it seems, buried. Today, rumours are surfacing about a “new” processor capable of competing with Apple’s M1…

Beyond the easy buzz, it should be noted that AMD doesn’t really need to look very far for a chip that competes (even surpasses easily) the Apple Silicon M1. Its Cezanne APUs are going to make a big difference in terms of performance. If AMD wanted to go on ARM SoCs, it has all the skills to do so and could also make a foray into markets other than the PC market…It used to have the ambitions but not the means. Today, the winds are perhaps more favourable and it will be interesting to follow Lisa SU’s conference in a few weeks during CES 2021. SoC ARM d'AMD

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