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Faster, cheaper, smaller: The state of the system-on-a-chip in 2014 | Ars Technica

The trend for 2014 for the SoC market is described here. It tells us about how 2014 is about adding more cores and controlling the power consumption. We do not necessarily agree with the opinion of the journalist. The market grows in the mid-range while volumes stagnate on the high range segment. The journalist believes very much in Nvidia, less in Intel and a little in Qualcomm when we would bet more on Qualcomm for their integrated approach and on Mediatek. We also believe Rockchip will be a key player. So in a nutshell after the race for the higher clock, now is the time for the race for the higher number of cores. Let the game begin.

 

Faster, cheaper, smaller: The state of the system-on-a-chip in 2014 | Ars Technica.

Linux – Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia

Today is April fools day and we wanted to share something special with our followers and our audience. Uncyclopedia is helping us with a fake story in the form of a long joke about Linux, Linus, potatoes and pumpkins. Yet another conspiracy theory, crazy, humorous and funny. This is all second degree so please enjoy.

Linux – Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia.

The Automotive Market is a Mirage for Traditional Chip Makers | SemiAccurate

The author share a very unique perspective about the market for SoC in the automotive industry. Despite the 100 millions in revenues claimed by Nvidia, this article claims that in the future there will be little if no use for sophisticated SoC. The point made is about the location of the intelligence in the car. He claims that the smart phone will continue to be the center of connectivity with the rest of the world and that it will contain all the CPU hungry features while the car will become a dumb terminal.

The Automotive Market is a Mirage for Traditional Chip Makers | SemiAccurate.