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Me ol' Bamboo, me ol' Bamboo, You'd better never bother with me ol' Bamboo. You can have me hat or me bumbershoe, But you'd better never bother with me ol' Bamboo.
The UK's Coronavirus Future Fund has made a biggish bet on Arm server vendor Bamboo. Bamboo started life with the name Kaleao, though let the branding consultants give it a makeover. The biz emerged in June 2020 with its new name and a PANDA – the Parallel Arm Node Designed Architecture – making it a bit of an exhibition in …
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The issue with ARM I/O is less that the ARM is bad at it but rather, IMHO, the typical pin count on a SOC packages.
If the ARM were not on a limited SOC package and instead had full buses like a PC then this will stop the CPU waiting around more than having a dedicated I/O chip as a buffer to I/O. By all means have both like the PC but the pinout is more limiting that the ARM being bad a I/O
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