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Take the wheel, Arm tells its notebook-grade Cortex-A76 CPU: Now you're a robo-ride brain

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Re: Two cores? How do you know which one is wrong?

Which is approximately the arrangement described in the next to last paragraph.

Essentially, you could have four cores in a cluster running in split mode with a hypervisor, operating systems, and general applications and ASIL B-grade code in operation – then four cores in lockstep mode, running a realtime operating system and ASIL D-grade safety-critical vehicle control software on top.

I like it. Now, what about the cost?

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