ARM annouces new V1 and N2 cores

By: Andrew Clough (someone.delete@this.somewhere.com), September 22, 2020 6:48 am
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Looks like everything is going SVE for the next generation, ARM v9? Does the V1 having 2x256 SVE pipes imply that the X1 does as well? But then how would they handle X1 cores being in a big.LITTLE system with smaller cores with 128 wide SVE pipes? Or is migrating threads by the OS between cores with different SVE widths not as much of a problem as I'm imagining?
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