ARM’s next generation of Cortex A CPUs, the Eagle has just started being licensed to other companies in the hardware biz, with Texas Instruments being the first on the list. Apparently, TI and ARM worked together on this product, as far as specifications and design are concerned.


No info on specs for now, specially since the Eagle CPU wasn’t even announced yet. TI, however, expects to ship the first OMAP SoC platforms using this Cortex Core in 2012, on mass market devices. Dual core Snapdragons will be a pretty popular choice by then…

[via Engadget]

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