Broadcom transitions to 64-bit, ARM-based processor

Broadcom is developing a "server-class" microprocessor capable of 64-bit computing and based on designs by ARM Holdings. The chip won't go into volume production until 2015. It will include FinFET technology and be fabricated with a 16-nanometer process for applications in communications and servers, according to the company.

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