By: Maynard Handley (, November 19, 2020 9:52 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
anon2 ( on November 18, 2020 11:59 pm wrote:
> Maynard Handley ( on November 18, 2020 10:12 pm wrote:
> > Oh ARM, didn’t anyone in marketing think that maybe releasing this info so close to
> > Apple was not a good idea! I missed this, like almost everyone else, apparently.
> >
> > Apart from that mis-step, ARM’s kinda sorta M1 equivalent. Of course with lower
> > ST a performance, meaning presumably that we might start seeing laptops and tablets
> > with 6 and 8 large cores to at least try to look better along some dimensions.
> >
> >
> .../developer/ip-products/processors/...
> This is not aimed at end consumers. A response to Apple's big news is absolutely important
> for ARM's markets and customers, even if buying Apple IP isn't an option for them.

Don't read too much into where the info appeared. It's the ARM processor blog, and gets a post about once a month or so as a public facing pop-technical update as to whatever the next new thing is that ARM has done.

The issue of use cases is more interesting. My assumption is that this wasn't just thrown out there to see what will happen; someone has asked for something like this.
The two obvious candidates are Microsoft (via a QC chip?) and the Chinese manufacturers.

In a sane world Amazon would pair up with either MS or Google to flood the world with these, AMZ handling the hardware side, Google or MS the SW side. Let's see if the various parties involved can approach sanity...
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