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Chip designer Arm has unveiled two additional Neoverse Compute Subsystem blueprints in its portfolio, and is working with Samsung on its next high-performance Cortex-X core on the Korean chipmaker's 2nm production process. Arm introduced its Neoverse Compute Subsystems (CSS) last year, pitching it as a speedier way for …

  1. HuBo

    The wholesome goodness of home cooked chips

    Wow! This just answered my ARM HPC prayers and makes my day! Get 'em brewskis ready for some easy-oven CSS V3-integration bake-off of extra yummy performance goodness (healthily baked with a side of HBM, not fried)! Party time!

  2. Bebu Silver badge

    Can't the Vulture do Å ? :)

    "Intel Foundry's 18A process node"

    I am assuming 18A is 1.8nm aka 18Å.

    I don't think there is an el Rego unit for IC fabrication process sizes - I imagine something like what you get when subdividing 1 imperial foot into (12)^6 parts so it would be an embuggerment to go down to next scale viz 1ft/(12)^7 :)

    (Troy weight is still around and we could have easily kept 12d/1s if we had moved to the duodecimal number system [and sprouted extra fingers] - 10d/1s, 6d = .6s, 18s/£ 19s/gn but probably replace the £ with a twelve shilling $ :)

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