ARM has unveiled the world's most energy efficient 32-bit processor, and it's promising to open the way for many more very low power, always-connected devices and the so-called "Internet of Things."
The new chip is called the ARM Cortex-M0+ and has a 32-bit architecture built using a 90nm process, which helps to keep costs down. As for power use, it consumes a mere 9µA/MHz while still managing to offer high-performance 32-bit processing.
ARM Cortex-M0+ world's most efficient 32-bit processor
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