64-bit mobile processors set to dominate mobile market

​Just one quarter after the launch of Apple’s A7 (the first 64-bit mobile processor), Cupertino managed to power more than 36 million iPhones and iPads with its flagship chip.

Marvell's ARMADA 1500-mini chip powers Google's $35 Chromecast

Last week, Google introduced a $35 device dubbed "Chromecast." Essentially, Chromecast plugs into HD TV's, "casting" online content from phones, tablets and laptops on to HD TVs.

Marvell's ARMADA-class servers hit the SSD afterburners



Marvell and SanDisk are collaborating on a new generation of microservers for enterprise cloud storage.

Marvell to power Google TV with ARMADA SoC

Google has officially ditched Intel's x86 architecture for its rapidly evolving TV platform.

Marvell powers the cloud with ARM-based SoC


Marvell has debuted a quad-core, ARM-based cloud computing SoC. Known as the Armada XP, the chip integrates four 1.6GHz CPU cores with a host of I/O peripherals.

Marvell debuts tri-core SoC for next-gen smartphones

Marvell has introduced a souped-up, tri-core SoC for next-gen smartphones and tablets.

Marvell eyes tri-core processor for mobile devices

Marvell Technology Group is planning to launch a tri-core, ARM-based processor targeted at the lucrative mobile device market.

All Web, all the time

Best Buy is touting a $170 Internet media display that offers quick access to Pandora, Facebook, Photobucket and the Weather Channel.

Marvell and OLPC design $75 tablet

Marvell and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) have teamed up to design a new family of low cost ($75), next-gen tablets that will be capable of operating on just a single watt of power.

Aigo Walkshow MID runs Maemo Linux

A sleek Aigo MID running Nokia's Maemo Linux has been spotted in the wild. 

The Walkshow NX7001 - which boasts a compact smartphone form factor - is powered by a Marvell PXA310 806MHz processor, 128MB DDR and NAND flash.

ARM eyes lucrative server market

ARM is currently the undisputed heavyweight champion of the global mobile marketplace. However, the company has recently accelerated development of low-powered server chips in response to what it describes as "customer demand."

Marvell Imagines the 10 Gigabit Digital Home and I Meet Stan Lee


I flew down to Hollywood last Tuesday to attend the Marvell AVANTA launch.