Among of the first announcements coming out of Arm’s TechCon convention in San Jose, is the unveiling of Arm’s new infrastructure branding and a sneak peek at the product roadmap for the next 3 years. Up till today, the Arm’s IP portfolio for the infrastructure market didn’t differentiate itself much from the regular consumer IP. Today this now changes, as Arm tries to convey its dedicated focus in this market. The new IP portfolio which will see broader announcements over the coming months and years, is now dubbed “Arm Neoverse”. The Neoverse branding is supposed to be live alongside the usual consumer device oriented Cortex IP branding, meaning that at some point we’ll see a new Neoverse CPU announced whose use-cases are meant to be in...
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