big.LITTLE ▼

big.LITTLE is a heterogeneous computing technology from ARM which associates or pairs high-performance cores (to achieve peak execution speed) with low-power core (to achieve low-power idle state). big.LITTLE was announced in 2011 and was presented as a commercial product for the first time by Samsung at CES 2013 when the company demonstrated its Exynos 5 Octa chip which includes four Cortex A15 cores and four Cortex A7 cores. For more information, read what is ARM big.LITTLE?

Samsung Exynos 5 Octa Specs & Details

01/17/2013, [This is an ongoing story: Samsung will reveal more details as we get closer to Solid State Circuits Conference (Feb 19) Mobile World Congress (Feb 25-28), so we will update this page accordingly] The Samsung Exynos 5 Octa is a chip that was announced at...

What Is ARM big.LITTLE?

01/17/2013, ARM’s big.LITTLE is a processor technology that you are going to hear a lot about in 2013 as Samsung, Huawei and others promote their 8-core (octo-core) chips used in smartphones, tablets and possibly Chromebooks. There is no doubt that marketing...

Samsung Announces 8-Core Exynos 5 Octa Mobile CPU

01/09/2013, [CES 2013] It seems NVIDIA and Qualcomm aren’t the only companies that are debuting their new mobile chips as Samsung has just unveiled its new 8-core Exynos 5 Octa today at CES. Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa is comprised of two sets of four...