The 16-core ARM Cortex-A15 Axxia Mobile Communication Processor AXM5500 provides the best performance and power efficiency yet for mobile networks. The multicore processor combines specialized networking acceleration engines such as traffic management and deep packet inspection with power-efficient ARM Cortex-A15 processors to enable more capable and intelligent mobile networking equipment, including multi-radio base stations, mobile backhaul equipment and gateways. You can see my previous videos about this LSI device here: http://armdevices.net/2013/11/10/lsi-axxia-5500-16-core-arm-cortex-a15/ and http://armdevices.net/2013/02/28/lsi-axxia-5500-announced-16-core-arm-cortex-a15-for-network-infrastructure/
Mark Powell, Executive Director of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, answers my questions on Bluetooth LE (also known as BLE, also known as Bluetooth 4.0 and 4.1). Bluetooth Smart is Bluetooth LE with an application framework making it easy for applications developers to add support for the more advanced Bluetooth features. Bluetooth.com says it as "Bluetooth Smart products represent a quantum leap for Bluetooth technology, allowing billions of previously disconnected devices to join the connected world." at http://www.bluetooth.com/Pages/Bluetooth-Smart-Devices.aspx
Cavium talks about and shows their latest enterprise, data center, wired and wireless networking OCTEON and OCTEON Fusion SoCs based on ARMv8 64bit and MIPS, making customized optimized core designs for each in use for cloud servers and base stations among other. CAVIUM claims that their ARMv8 64bit enterprise/server design, due to be released later this year, provides more performance at lower power consumption than Intel´s x86.
Here's a solution that charges batteries for a Wi-Fi router that generates a Wi-Fi hotspot on the top of your car, recharges with speed.
The Linaro-hosted "Enterprise Group" (LEG) is dedicated to accelerate Linux ARM server ecosystem development and extends the list of Linaro members beyond ARM silicon vendors to Server OEM's and commercial Linux providers.