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Apple’s Tim Millet discusses A14 architecture, future chip designs

In an interview published on the eve of Apple’s “iPhone 12” launch event, Apple VP of platform architecture Tim Millet has explained some of the work that went into the A14 Bionic system-on-chip, and what it means for the future of Apple’s chip designs.

Revealed in the iPad Air launch during Apple’s first special event, the A14 is widely anticipated to make an appearance during Tuesday’s “Hi, Speed” event, where Apple is expected to unveil its 2020 iPhone lineup. Millet offered more details about the A14’s design and creation.

Made using a 5-nanometer process, the A14 packs in 11.8 billion transistors onto the chip, up from the 8.5 billion of the A13, with the changes enabling Apple to be more precise in how it uses the chip to shape the user’s experience.

“One of the ways chip architects think about features is not necessarily directly mapping [transistors]

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Tanglewood home offers distinctive architecture, English flair

This English manor home, located on a corner lot at 5665 Green Tree Road in Tanglewood, features custom details, abundant natural light, a clean aesthetic and modern lines. It also comes with an impressive stone facade and slate roof, pairing luxurious interior comfort with outdoor amenities.

The home’s distinctive architecture offers formals ideal for entertaining, along with a spacious family room adjoins the gourmet kitchen, scullery and wine cellar.

The second floor offers a serene primary suite and bath with a separate shower and a vanity area. Four additional en-suite bedrooms and an expansive second living area are also on the second floor.


Other features include a breakfast room, formal dining room, upstairs game room, first-floor living area, study/library, in-house utility room and wine room. The kitchen includes a refrigerator, breakfast bar, island without cooktop, walk-in pantry, pot filler, pot and pan drawers, convection and electric ovens, soft-closing cabinets, soft-closing

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Nvidia Promises The Pervasiveness Of AI And A New Data Center Architecture

Just after coming off two major industry announcements – the introduction of the highest performing consumer graphic cards and the proposed acquisition of Arm – Nvidia launched its largest virtual Graphics Technology Conference (GTC) on October 5, 2020. Unlike the spring 2020 GTC, which was changed to a virtual conference at the last moment due to COVID-19, this one resembled a more traditional GTC with the kickoff by CEO Jenson Huang revealing a flurry of product and technology announcements. Dressed in his trademark leather jacket and standing in the middle of his kitchen (again), Mr. Huang provided a glimpse into Nvidia’s new solutions for the data center, edge AI, healthcare, and a new suite of collaborative tools.

There were two key areas of focus for this GTC – the growing pervasiveness of AI and a proposed change

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