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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 15:26

64-bit mobile SoC from MediaTek

After the 8-core processor codenamed MT6595, MediaTek company also announced the MT6732, its first 64-bit SoC. The chip has four ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.5 GHz and the Mali T760 GPU with support for OpenGL 3.0 and OpenCL 1.2.

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Tuesday, 15 October 2013 20:04

MT8121 is a new cheap quad core from MediaTek

MediaTek is a Taiwanese company that is famous mostly for making cheap SoC solutions that are implemented in most of the device coming from eastern markets. The latest product with a label MT8121 is a quad core chip that is designed for installation in tablets belonging to the lower price range, and costing up to $99.

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Thursday, 01 August 2013 20:21

New SoC from MediaTek


The MediaTek company has recently surpassed the competition with the introduction of the first true SoC with eight cores. In order to improve their market position, they  did not stop at just that, but they presented another product, its first SoC based on ARM big.LITTLE technology. It is a heterogeneous architecture, which combines energy-efficient less powerful processors with the stronger ones that consume more power.

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Rory-01AMD goes back to its past as it looks to the future… sounds like a good headline right? But it is not merely a headline, but a reality in that AMD has done what we predicted they would do back in November 2011 when we talked about the direction that AMD was moving in. AMD is putting together an R&D consortium like they had when they were developing the Opteron and a few other products. At the time the think tank involved companies like Motorola, Texas Instrument, IBM, and even Samsung. Now the players are different, but the goal is the same.

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