ARM, Linaro team to boost adoption of 64-bit Android devices

07/2/2014 | eWeek

ARM Holdings and Linaro, an open-source software consortium, are collaborating on the "Juno" hardware-development platform, which is intended to let developers create applications and tools for the 64-bit version of the Android mobile operating system. ARM is pressing into 64-bit computing with its ARMv8-A architecture. The joint effort is also aimed at "providing full compatibility with today's 32-bit mobile ecosystem that is optimized on ARM-v7A," James McNiven of ARM said in a statement.

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