Arm’s Cortex-R82 embedded processor for big-memory products

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Arm has announced its first 64bit, Linux-capable Cortex-R processor, designed for computational storage solutions. Called the Cortex-R82, it is a successor to the 32bit Cortex-R5 and Cortex-R8 processors used in solid-stare drives. “These systems have historically required less then 4Gbyte of DRAM and addressable space, and have not had a need to run Linux,” according to …

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