ARM released a new processor for Windows 10 and competes with Intel

The ARM company develops the architecture for (almost) all CPUs of smartphones and tablets. This week, they advanced the manufacture of a new processor for notebooks with Windows 10. The Cortex-A78 family includes the regular Cortex-A78 for smartphones, the Cortex-A78AE for complex standalone applications and now the Cortex-A78C for notebooks, being the first of the brand to focus only on Windows.

This anouncement breaks with the binomial of Intel and AMD, becoming ARM on a third competitor. Technology company ARM entered negotiations with NVIDIA to be acquired in the near future. The purchase must be approved by the governments of China, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Compared to ARM, Intel was never involved in the realm of smartphone processors therefore, it never mass-produced cell phone processors. Companies compete in power and performance. The differential of the processors based on ARM Holdings architecture are their autonomy and ultra-slim design. ARM processors are considered as safe as Snapdragon.

All computers with Eight cores or more could be equipped with the new Cortex-A78C CPU. The company’s goal is for octa-core computers improve performance and scalability by increasing the L3 cache to 8MB. The ARM Cortex-A78C CPU is a new CPU that is written on the basis of the regular Cortex-A78.

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Apple’s new line of MacBook computers will be equipped with Apple Silicon’s own processors, based on ARM Holdings architecture. changing the traditional Intel processors. In this way, all applications will be adapted to the processors by using the Xcode language.

They were designed to reduce energy consumption and improve battery life, while boosting performance. The new processors are also compatible with the iPhone ‘apps’ and the iPad line of tablets. The official announcement of the company is scheduled for this November 10.

Experts suggest that if consumers successfully adapt to new Apple computers, the ARM Holdings architecture it will expand to most computers in the next five years.