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ARM bets its latest processor can bring 64-bit to 'next billion smartphone users'

November 10, 2015 / Larry Dignan

ARM on Tuesday outlined the launch of the Cortex-A35, a processor that's designed to enable 64-bit computing for "the next billion smartphone users" and potentially play into new applications such as wearables. The Cortex-A35 has been licensed to multiple customers with devices expected by the end of 2016. The biggest takeaway is that ARM is targeting a much broader market for its technology. ARM made the announcement at its TechCon conference. The latest Cortex landed with security enhancements in its TrustZone technology as well as its v8-M architecture.