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NVIDIA Tegra 6 to be first 64-bit chip for Android devices

Posted on Tuesday, October 15 2013 @ 13:22:10 CEST by


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Word hit the web that NVIDIA's Tegra 6 (aka Parker) is expected to be the first 64-bit chip for Android devices. Originally planned for 2015, Parker has reportedly been pulled to late 2014. Work on this ARMv8 64-bit chip began in late 2010/early 2011 and the first samples should be ready by early 2014.
Over the last few years, Nvidia has no doubt poured many millions of dollars into Project Denver and the Parker SoC. Qualcomm is surely working toward a 64-bit chip down the road, but the company has been tight-lipped about future plans. The last thing Nvidia wants is for the market leader to beat it to ARMv8 with 64-bit. Whether or not 64-bit has real utility on mobile devices running 32-bit software, getting this right could set up Tegra for undeniable success, a distinction that has so far eluded it.
NVIDIA Tegra roadmap

Source: eTeknix



 



 

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