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New CPU technology lowers voltage to the error point to save 64% on power. (arm.com)
6 points by AndrewDucker 1354 days ago | 5 comments



Is it that hard to post up a url to an actual page with information, not just to a generic page on a companies website?

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Here's a direct link to the PDF: http://infocenter.arm.com/help/topic/com.arm.doc.arp0015a/Ra...

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That's the source page of the information, complete with link to a PDF of the paper.

What more do you want?

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There are multiple pdf's on there, multiple links etc.

The point is, make it easier for people to go directly to something, and not just put up a page with a slew of links, pdf's and coverages of multiple products.

Everyone else on here manages to link to specific info, and not just say here, here is a website, a ton of info on it, and find wherever it is that's linked to now. ' .

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On the right hand side of that page I get a single article, with a headline of "Razor: A Low-Power Pipeline Based on Circuit-Level Timing Speculation" and a link to a single PDF.

It sounds like that's not what you're getting.

In which case I apologise for ARM's website being shit.

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