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Microsoft ports Windows 10, Linux to homegrown CPU design
Microsoft has ported Windows 10 and Linux to E2, its homegrown processor architecture it has spent years working on mostly in secret. As well as the two operating systems, the US giant's researchers say they have also ported Busybox and FreeRTOS, plus a collection of toolkits for developing and (...)
[OSNews]

C gfx library for the Linux framebuffer with parallelism support
FBGraphics was made to produce fullscreen pixels effects easily with non-accelerated framebuffer by leveraging multi-core processors, it is a bit like a software GPU (much less complex and featured!), the initial target platform is a Raspberry PI 3B and extend to the NanoPI (and many others (...)
[OSNews]

RetroBSD: Unix for microcontrollers
RetroBSD is a port of 2.11BSD Unix intended for embedded systems with fixed memory mapping. The current target is Microchip PIC32 microcontroller with 128 kbytes of RAM and 512 kbytes of Flash. PIC32 processor has MIPS M4K architecture, executable data memory and flexible RAM partitioning (...)
[OSNews]

Intel "forgot" to mention 28 core, 5 GHz demo was overclocked
Intel's recent demonstration of a 28-core processor running at 5GHz has certainly stirred the pot here at Computex, particularly because the presentation appeared to imply this would be a shipping chip with a 5.0GHz stock speed. Unfortunately, it turns out that Intel overclocked the 28-core (...)
[OSNews]

AMD reveals Threadripper 2: up to 32 cores
At the AMD press event at Computex, it was revealed that these new processors would have up to 32 cores in total, mirroring the 32-core versions of EPYC. On EPYC, those processors have four active dies, with eight active cores on each die (four for each CCX). On EPYC however, there are eight (...)
[OSNews]

Intel's 28-core 5 GHz CPU: coming in Q4
Alongside the launch of Intel's first 5 GHz processor, the 6-core Core i7-8086K, Intel today also showcased a 28-core single socket machine also running at 5 GHz. The system on display scored 7334 in Cinebench R15, and Gregory Bryant (SVP and GM of Intel Client Computing Group) explicitly (...)
[OSNews]

C is not a low-level language
In the wake of the recent Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, it's worth spending some time looking at root causes. Both of these vulnerabilities involved processors speculatively executing instructions past some kind of access check and allowing the attacker to observe the results via a side (...)
[OSNews]

Intel FPGAs: Accelerating the Future
Intel® field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) continue to gain momentum in the marketplace. Paired with Intel® processors, FPGAs are uniquely positioned to accelerate growth across a range of use cases from the cloud to the edge, unlocking the power of data to transform our world. FPGAs are the (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Intel FPGAs: Accelerating the Future
Intel® field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) continue to gain momentum in the marketplace. Paired with Intel® processors, FPGAs are uniquely positioned to accelerate growth across a range of use cases from the cloud to the edge, unlocking the power of data to transform our world. FPGAs are the (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Intel FPGAs: Accelerating the Future
Intel® field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) continue to gain momentum in the marketplace. Paired with Intel® processors, FPGAs are uniquely positioned to accelerate growth across a range of use cases from the cloud to the edge, unlocking the power of data to transform our world. FPGAs are the (...)
[WebWire Computer peripherals]

Warnings over fresh processor security flaws
Security researchers uncover eight separate flaws in widely-used chips that could put data at risk
[BBC]

Warnings over fresh processor security flaws
Security researchers uncover eight separate flaws in widely-used chips that could put data at risk
[BBC News]

Apple iMac Pro and secure storage
Given all of these changes, we wanted to explore how the T2 coprocessor was being used by Apple and how it currently fits into the larger system security model, as well as how this may evolve in the future. What follows is the first part of this exploration where we describe how the T2 (...)
[OSNews]

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