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Monday, 24 September 2012
Microchips that power our smartphones and other computing devices are getting smaller every year. Apparently, manufacturers are also focusing on energy-saving designs that would enhance the onboard battery life considerably. Also, Globalfoundries has just recently unveiled their latest 14nm-XM (Extreme Mobility) modular architecture, which promises enhanced battery lifespan, in which devices can increase its battery capacity to up to 60 percent.

Generally, the Extreme Mobility modular architecture is based on a 14-nm design, which is significantly smaller than the 20nm process. It also looks like Globalfoundries would want to outfit their chips on ARM-based processors that would definitely appreciate the energy savings benefits tremendously. Well, the 14nm-XM won’t be out anytime soon, but Globalfoundries expects the architecture to make a debut sometime in 2013.

Globalfoundries 14nm-XM (Extreme Mobility) Modular Architecture
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