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Wednesday, 03 July 2013 06:27

Fujitsu signs up for big.LITTLE

Written by Fudzilla staff

For consumer devices and industrial systems

Fujitsu has announced that it will use ARM’s big.LITTLE architecture in upcoming SoC designs for consumer devices and industrial systems.

Fujitsu will make quasi quad cores, with two A15 and two A7 cores and Mali-T624 graphics. In a statement executive veep of Fujitsu’s Advanced Products Business Unit Mitsugu Naito said big.LITTLE will allow the company to come up with chips that best suit their customers’ needs, both from a performance and efficiency perspective.

“The energy-efficient pairing of ARM Cortex CPUs in a big.LITTLE configuration with the market-leading performance and GPU Compute functionality offered by the Mali-T624 GPU opens up a wide range of opportunities for the features offered to end consumers and industrial applications,” he said.

It is still unclear when the new chips will launch and what sort of consumer products Fujitsu has in mind.

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