Two weeks before the Snapdragon Summit, Qualcomm has already announced a new name for its computing chips. The upcoming ACPC chip with ARM instruction set and specially developed Orion CPU will be marketed as Snapdragon X series.
Although there are hardly any devices with Qualcomm’s computing chips, so-called always-connected PCs, the company is visibly proud of the milestones so far: First PC with 5Gthe first Dedicated NPU for AI work in a notebook, A few days of battery life.
Qualcomm has been advertising the new generation for a long time Orion-CPU, which should enable a significant jump in performance. The company does without ARM cores and instead uses its own architecture – a skill it acquired through the Qualcomm Nuvia takeover.
Details at the Snapdragon Summit in October
At the Snapdragon Summit (September 24 to 26) not only… Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Presented, but at least one new computing chip with an Oryon CPU. As the company sees its launch in 2024 as a turning point for the PC industry, computing chips will become part of the new future. Snapdragon-X-Series.
The “X” is intended to differentiate PC platforms from other Snapdragon product categories. There will be a “clear, simplified class structure” that will help differentiate between mainstream and premium features Qualcomm also talks about new logos and platform badges as well as a premium design More details will be available soon at the Snapdragon Summit.
“Snapdragon X series platforms build on our years of experience engineering heterogeneous compute architectures across CPU, GPU and NPU. Now, leveraging our next-generation custom Qualcomm Orion CPUs, a quantum leap in performance and power efficiency, will anchor Snapdragon X and our Combined with the NPU, Generative will deliver an accelerated on-device user experience for the new era of AI.”
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