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ST-Ericsson shows multiprocessing Cortex-A running Symbian

Posted on Tuesday, February 17 2009 @ 00:32:56 CET by

EE Times reports ST-Ericsson will demonstrate a symmetric multi processing ARM Cortex-A9 based mobile platform running the Symbian operating system at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.
ST-Ericsson claimed that by using SMP the Symbian OS would be capable of running more applications, more effectively, while also reducing overall power consumption. The overall system performance is optimized by balancing the applications across the number of instantiated CPUs and their operating frequencies, ST-Ericsson said.

Neither ST-Ericsson nor ARM said how many processors had been implemented in the system-chip or why demonstrations had to be kept private.



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