|ARM Unveils DynamIQ Microarchitecture that Centers on AI and Machine Learning|
ARM has unveiled a new multi-core microarchitecture called DynamIQ, which is designed for future Cortex-A processors that will serve the automotive industry, homes, smartphones, and other connected devices.
DynamIQ technology centers on artificial intelligence and machine learning. It is an evolution of ARM's big.LITTLE technology, which pairs big and little processors, now allowing big.LITTLE configurations of up to eight different CPU cores on a single compute cluster for the first time.
ARM claims that DynamIQ big.LITTLE configurations can now feature 1+3, 1+7, and other core configurations that we haven't seen before, allowing the birth of SOCs designed with right-sized compute and heterogeneous processing.
Later this year, DynamIQ will bring several new features, capabilities, and benefits to ARM's Cortex-A processors, including new dedicated processor instructions for machine learning and AI, increased multi-core flexibility, more performance within restricted thermal budgets, and safer autonomous systems.
Moreover, ARM's DynamIQ technology will allow future Cortex-A processors to deliver a 50 times boost on AI and 10 times faster response between the CPU and on-chip accelerator.
ARM is expected to transform and accelerate computing solutions. Introducing DynamIQ technology, which builds on a total computing approach that creates a vast network of securely connected smart devices, allows the company to revolutionize technology experiences and enhance people's lives.