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Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal • Jul 3, 2013

Intel's Clovertrail Outperforming ARM Based Processors By Samsung,Nvidia & Qualcomm.

Intel Clovertrail is the processor developed for the smartphone application, Intel has successfully managed to lower down the power consumption of the processor, Infact the power consumption has decreased lower than the ARM architecture, which is quite surprising.

Intel's processor codenamed "CloverTrail" i.e. Intel Z2580 application processor, recently in the benchmarking test by ABI research has outperformed the ARM based processors by Nvidia,Samsung & Qualcomm by a good margin.

Benchmarking was done by ABI research using Smartphone Lenovo K900 which was powered with Intel's CloverTrail processor & on other end using Smartphones running on ARM based processor from Qualcomm, Samsung & Nvidia.


"Intel did significant work to bring the current drain down on their well-recognized high-performance processors but the competitors did not help themselves. The ARM architecture used by nearly all of Intel's competitors is well known for its low power performance but in bringing the processing power up closer to PC levels, the current drain has taken a significant hit
Jim Mielke, VP of Engineering at ABI research added.

Here' the benchmark test result :
Benchmark

What's your take CEans ?
Intel is eyeing on Mobile world with the development of Haswell processors & Clovertrail processors.
Will it be Intel versus ARM based Companies in near future ?

For more detail, read on official ABI research website : https://www.abiresearch.com/press/intel-apps-processor-outperforms-nvidia-qualcomm-s
Would like to know your views on this.
sainandan
sainandan • Jul 3, 2013
we already know about intel how it works in our pc .so it would be our pleasure to enjoy the same speed and less power consumption in mobile ..
Jeffrey Arulraj
Jeffrey Arulraj • Jul 4, 2013
Intel is tending to go sub nano atleast by 2020 Though it is really a great task the advancement in quantum dots make it more easier

I think we will be using a 1THz processor real soon with the amount intel is dumping into research
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal • Jul 4, 2013
Conqueror
I think we will be using a 1THz processor real soon with the amount intel is dumping into research
1THz = 1024 GHz.
We have hardly reached 9-12GHz after intense overclocking.
This shit sounds like fairytale to me,atleast for now.
It will take more than a century to embed 1THz in a processor.
Jeffrey Arulraj
Jeffrey Arulraj • Jul 5, 2013
Abhishek Rawal
1THz = 1024 GHz.
We have hardly reached 9-12GHz after intense overclocking.
This shit sounds like fairytale to me,atleast for now.
It will take more than a century to embed 1THz in a processor.
Well Technology in your hand is not technology in the world 😯

At the rate we have developed 1THz is around the corner of 2020

Exponential growth in processing speed over the last 2 decade points to it
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal • Jul 5, 2013
Conqueror
Well Technology in your hand is not technology in the world 😯

At the rate we have developed 1THz is around the corner of 2020

Exponential growth in processing speed over the last 2 decade points to it
World is moving mobile size. And getting 1 THz in mere one palm-sized of the die is not possible in next 7 years. I can bet anything on this statement.
Jeffrey Arulraj
Jeffrey Arulraj • Jul 5, 2013
Abhishek Rawal
World is moving mobile size. And getting 1 THz in mere one palm-sized of the die is not possible in next 7 years. I can bet anything on this statement.
Miniaturising a 1TH is not so easy

Well 7 years back 1GHz processor in a mobile phone itself was like WTF But now we don't give a damn about it.

The same goes here in this as well We must have to wait and see for more tech advancement in the near future
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal • Jul 5, 2013
What I wanna say is, 1 THz is just too power & energy consuming. Moving from 256 MHz clock speed to 1 GHz clock speed i.e. 4 Times is different story. While moving from 10 GHz to 1024 GHz in 7 years is insane mathematics.

Anyways, I am outta this thread if we're not discussing on the Clovertrail versus ARM processors or Intel versus ARM 😀

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