Arm’s new design could result in chipsets that take up way less energy


While companies like Apple, Samsung, Qualcomm, and MediaTek make their own chipset, what all these companies have in common is that they license some of their designs and patents from Arm.

This is why it’s kind of exciting to learn that during Computex 2023, Arm has unveiled their new Total Compute Solution which boasts much better energy efficiency, which presumably should find its way to the companies we mentioned above that license their technology and design from them.

This new Total Compute Solution will feature new DSU-120 and Cortex cores. The DSU will integrate several cores with an L3 memory system, control logic, and external interfaces to help form a multicore cluster. It will also see the use of the Cortex-X4 which will be the main driver in the chipset, which Arm claims that the new design will be able to offer up 15% more power but use 40% less power.

There will also be the Cortex-A720 and Cortex-A520 which are for medium to low-demand computing, so tasks that aren’t quite as intensive will be able to take advantage of them. The Total Compute Solution will also see the introduction of a brand new Immortalis-G720 GPU which offers ray tracing and real-time 3D.

If you’re keen on learning more about Arm’s new Total Compute Solution, you can head on over to their website where there are several technical whitepapers that further explain the new design.

Source: Android Central

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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