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Acorn Arcade forums: News and features: Furber talks ARMs
 

Furber talks ARMs

Posted by Chris on 12:06, 26/2/2010 | , , ,
 
There's an interesting article up here with Steve Furber, one of the designers of the BBC Micro and ARM processor. It's been linked to from Slashdot, which is where we came across it.
 
There's some background in there on the development of the original ARM designs, as well as the StrongARM and the current SpiNNaker project, an attempt to come up with a more biologically based style of computation.
 
All fascinating stuff, and especially so at the moment with the explosion of ARM-based computers out there.
 
  Furber talks ARMs
  helpful (21:51 26/2/2010)
 
Bryan Hogan Message #113522, posted by helpful at 21:51, 26/2/2010
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For even more about the development of the ARM processor, come to ROUGOL on Monday 19th April to hear Sophie Wilson give a presentation.

Sophie was co-designer of the ARM along with Steve Furber, and gives far fewer public appearances, so don't miss this opportunity!

http://rougol.jellybaby.net/
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