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行动处理器的指南:应用处理器为中心

A Guide to Mobile Processors, Seventh Edition

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行动处理器的指南:应用处理器为中心 A Guide to Mobile Processors, Seventh Edition
出版日期: 2015年08月30日 内容信息: 英文
简介

本报告以行动处理器的市场为主题,提供主要的行动应用程序、行动技术及主要行动处理器的种类、市场与技术趋势汇整市场预测、主要的供应商概要汇整。

第1章 行动应用程序

  • 无线手机
  • 其他行动装置
  • 固定性设备

第2章 行动技术

  • CPU的微架构
  • 安全标准
  • 多媒体标准
  • 行动电话技术
  • 标准接口
  • 连接技术
  • 感测器

第3章 行动处理器

  • 应用处理器是什么?
  • 一般特徵
  • 行动电话系统的设计
  • ARM系CPU

第4章 市场趋势

  • 市场概要
  • 市场规模及占有率
  • 市场趋势及预测

第5章 技术趋势

  • 行动电话的系统设计趋势
  • 处理器的设计趋势

第6章 Intel

  • 企业概要
  • 主要产品及业绩
  • 内部结构
  • 系统设计
  • 开发工具
  • 产品发展蓝图
  • 汇整

第7章 Marvell

第8章 MediaTek

第9章 Qualcomm

第10章 Spreadtrum

第11章 其他的供应商

  • Actions Semiconductor
  • Allwinner
  • Amlogic
  • Apple
  • HiSilicon
  • Leadcore
  • Nvidia
  • Rockchip
  • Samsung

第12章 行动处理器比较

  • 表格的看法
  • 智能型手机用处理器
  • 平板计算机用处理器

第13章 整体概述

  • 市场方向性
  • 技术的方向性
  • 供应商预测
  • 汇整

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The Place for Cool Processors

Low-power processors drive our favorite handheld gadgets, including smartphones and tablet computers. These processors can also be used in other low-power applications such as e-book readers, personal navigation devices (PND), and automotive in-dash systems. These highly integrated devices combine CPUs, graphics units, video engines, audio processors, security cores, and often additional features such as cellular, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and sensor hubs.

Mobile processors continue to innovate rapidly. The past year has seen the introduction of the first decacore processors, the first processors capable of UltraHD (4K) video, and the first with integrated 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Competition has bloomed in the 4G market, with at least seven vendors now shipping or having announced smartphone processors with an integrated LTE baseband. In addition, the market is quickly shifting to 64-bit ARMv8 processors.

The biggest growth, however, is in low-cost smartphones using highly integrated devices that combine the application and baseband (cellular) processor and sometimes even the Wi-Fi combo onto a single chip. Leading vendors such as MediaTek and Qualcomm offer complete solutions that include processors, RF, power management, and even software. Low-cost tablets often use processors from Allwinner, Rockchip, and other Chinese suppliers. In 2014, Intel became a leading supplier of tablet processors and is now targeting smartphones with a new line of integrated processors called Sofia.

“A Guide to Mobile Processors” covers application and integrated processors designed for handheld equipment. Companies covered include Qualcomm (SnapDragon), MediaTek, Spreadtrum, Intel (Atom), Marvell (PXA), Nvidia (Tegra), Samsung (Exynos), Huawei/HiSilicon, Allwinner, and Rockchip.

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  • Engineers who need to select a processor for a mobile device
  • Marketing and engineering staff at companies that sell mobile processors or products that work with mobile processors
  • Technology professionals who want an introduction to mobile technology and mobile processors
  • Financial analysts who desire a detailed analysis and comparison of mobile-processor companies and their chances of success
  • Press and public relations professionals who need to get up to speed on this mobile products and technology

What's New in This Edition

“A Guide to Mobile Processors” has been extensively updated to cover the announcements made since the previous edition.

Here are some of the many additions you will find:

  • MediaTek's new Helio processors, the X20 and the P10.
  • Qualcomm's first Cortex-A72 processor, the Snapdragon 620.
  • Intel's first integrated smartphone processors, Sofia 3G and Sofia LTE.
  • Samsung's octa-core Exynos 7, the heart of the Galaxy S6 smartphone.
  • Qualcomm's new low-end parts, the Snapdragon 415 and 425.
  • MediaTek's CDMA-enabled MT6735, MT6753, and MT6580.
  • Nvidia's Tegra X1 processor with Maxwell graphics.
  • Marvell's newest LTE processors, the PXA1908 and PXA1936.
  • Qualcomm's Snapdragon 210, which brings LTE to ultra-low-cost smartphones.
  • MediaTek's newest tablet processor, the MT8173.
  • Spreadtrum's SC9830A and SC7731G for low-cost smartphones.
  • GPU performance comparison for all processors using GfxBench.
  • Updates on design wins, financials, strategies, and roadmaps for all vendors.
  • 2014 and projected 2015 market share for application processors.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • About the Authors
  • About the Publisher
  • Preface

Executive Summary

1. Mobile Applications

  • Wireless Handsets
    • Types of Handsets
    • Smartphones
  • Other Mobile Devices
    • Tablet Computers
    • Electronic-Book Readers
    • Media Players
    • Navigation Devices
    • Automotive Applications
  • Fixed Devices
    • Streaming-Media Players

2. Mobile Technologies

  • CPU Microarchitecture
    • Instruction Issue
    • Instruction Reordering
    • Dynamic Translation
    • Pipelining and Penalties
    • Caches
  • Security Standards
    • Encryption
    • Hashing
  • Multimedia Standards
    • Video Resolution and Frame Rates
    • Audio Codecs
    • Video Codecs
    • Digital-Rights Management
    • Graphics Standards
    • GPU-Compute Standards
  • Cellular Technologies
    • 2G Technologies
    • 3G Technologies
    • 3.5G Technologies
    • 4G Technologies
  • Standard Interfaces
    • SPI and UART
    • Memory Cards
    • Audio Interfaces
    • Displays and Camera Sensors
    • USB
  • Connectivity Technologies
    • Wi-Fi
    • Bluetooth
    • GPS
    • NFC
  • Sensors

3. Mobile Processors

  • What Is an Application Processor?
    • What Is Not an Application Processor
  • Common Characteristics
    • CPU Complex
    • Audio and Video Engines
    • Graphics Engine
    • Imaging Engine
    • Security Engine
    • Internal Memory
    • Memory Controllers
    • Memory Cards
    • LCD, Keypad, and Touchscreen Controllers
    • System Interfaces
    • Power Management
    • Packaging
  • Mobile-System Design
    • Sample Designs
    • Benchmarks
  • ARM CPUs
    • ARM Instruction Set
    • ARM CPU Cores

4. Market Size and Trends

  • Market Overview
    • Smartphones
    • Tablet Computers
    • Other Mobile Devices
    • Netbooks and Hybrids
  • Market Size and Share
    • Processors for Smartphones
    • Mobile Processors
    • Standalone Application Processors
  • Market Trends and Forecast
    • Mobile Processors
    • Standalone Application Processors

5. Mobile-Technology Trends

  • Mobile-System Design Trends
    • Fingerprint Sensors
    • 3D Depth-Sensing Cameras
    • New Charging Methods
    • Faster Mobile DRAM
    • Voice Recognition and Sensor Hubs
    • Screen Size and Resolution
  • Processor Design Trends
    • 64-Bit Support
    • Heterogeneous Multicore CPUs
    • Processors for Tablets
    • PC-Like Graphics
    • 4K Video and High-Efficiency Codecs
    • LTE Advanced
    • Wireless Connectivity

6. Intel

  • Company Background
  • Key Features and Performance
    • Smartphone Processors
    • Tablet Processors
  • Internal Architecture
    • Silvermont CPU
    • CPU and Cache Subsystem
    • Graphics and Multimedia Subsystem
  • System Design
  • Development Tools
  • Product Roadmap
  • Conclusions

7. Marvell

  • Company Background
  • Key Features and Performance
  • Internal Architecture
  • System Design
  • Development Tools
  • Product Roadmap
  • Conclusions

8. MediaTek

  • Company Background
  • Key Features and Performance
    • Low-Cost Smartphone Processors
    • Premium Smartphone Processors
    • Standalone Tablet Processors
  • Internal Architecture
    • Graphics and Multimedia Subsystem
    • Cellular and Connectivity Functions
  • System Design
  • Development Tools
  • Product Roadmap
  • Conclusions

9. Qualcomm

  • Company Background
  • Key Features and Performance
    • Low-End Processors
    • Midrange and High-End Processors
  • Internal Architecture
    • Cortex CPUs
    • Graphics and Multimedia
    • Cellular and Connectivity Functions
  • System Design
  • Development Tools
  • Product Roadmap
  • Conclusions

10. Spreadtrum

  • Company Background
  • Key Features and Performance
  • Internal Architecture
  • System Design
  • Development Tools
  • Product Roadmap
  • Conclusions

11. Other Mobile Processors

  • Actions Semiconductor
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions
  • Allwinner
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions
  • Amlogic
  • Apple
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions
  • HiSilicon
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions
  • Leadcore
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions
  • Nvidia
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions
  • Rockchip
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions
  • Samsung
    • Company Background
    • Key Features and Performance
    • Conclusions

12. Comparing Mobile Processors

  • How to Read the Tables
  • Processors for Smartphones
    • Ultra-Low-Cost Smartphone Processors
    • Low-Cost Smartphone Processors
    • Midrange Smartphone Processors
    • High-End Smartphone Processors
  • Processors for Tablets
    • Low-Cost Tablet Processors
    • Midrange Tablet Processors
    • High-End Tablet Processors

13. Conclusions

  • Market Directions
  • Technology Directions
  • Vendor Outlook
    • Qualcomm
    • MediaTek
    • Spreadtrum
    • Other Vendors
  • Closing Thoughts

Appendix: Further Reading

Index

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1-1. Handset-market segmentation in 2013
  • Figure 2-1. CPU pipelining examples
  • Figure 3-1. Block diagram of a generic mobile processor
  • Figure 3-2. Video power-consumption comparison
  • Figure 3-3. Standard hard-wired 3D pipeline
  • Figure 3-4. Standard programmable 3D pipeline
  • Figure 3-5. Standard image-processing pipeline
  • Figure 3-6. Stacked-die and package-on-package techniques
  • Figure 3-7. Block diagram of generic smartphone with application processor
  • Figure 3-8. Block diagram of generic tablet computer
  • Figure 4-1. Smartphone-vendor market share, 2014
  • Figure 4-2. Unit market share for processors in smartphones, 2011-2015
  • Figure 4-3. Unit market share for mobile processors, 2014-2015
  • Figure 4-4. Unit market share for standalone AP chips, 2014-2015
  • Figure 4-5. Mobile-processor shipments by type, 2012-2019
  • Figure 4-6. Merchant-AP unit forecast by end application, 2012-2019
  • Figure 4-7. Revenue and ASP for merchant standalone AP chips, 2012-2019
  • Figure 5-1. Intel's RealSense stereoscopic-camera system
  • Figure 5-2. Market share of 64-bit mobile processors, 2012-2019
  • Figure 5-3. Average number of CPU cores in mobile processors, 2012-2019
  • Figure 6-1. Block diagram of Intel Sofia LTE in a smartphone
  • Figure 7-1. Block diagram of Marvell PXA1936 in a smartphone
  • Figure 8-1. Overview of MediaTek's processor lineup
  • Figure 8-2. Block diagram of MediaTek MT6592 CPU cluster
  • Figure 8-3. Block diagram of MediaTek MT6797 smartphone platform
  • Figure 9-1. Overview of Qualcomm Snapdragon processor lineup
  • Figure 9-2. Die photo of Adreno 420 GPU
  • Figure 9-3. Block diagram of Snapdragon 210 in a smartphone
  • Figure 9-4. Block diagram of Snapdragon 620 in a smartphone
  • Figure 9-5. Block diagram of Snapdragon 810 in a smartphone
  • Figure 10-1. Block diagram of Spreadtrum SC9830A smartphone processor
  • Figure 10-2. Block diagram of Spreadtrum LTE reference design

List of Tables:

  • Table 2-1. Standard screen sizes
  • Table 2-2. Cellular technologies and data rates
  • Table 3-1. CPU performance metric
  • Table 4-1. Unit and revenue share for standalone APs, 2014-2015 (forecast)
  • Table 6-1. Key parameters for Intel Atom smartphone processors
  • Table 6-2. Key parameters for Intel Atom tablet processors
  • Table 7-1. Key parameters for Marvell PXA integrated processors
  • Table 8-1. Key parameters for MediaTek low-cost smartphone processors
  • Table 8-2. Key parameters for MediaTek high-end processors
  • Table 9-1. Key parameters for Qualcomm low-end processors
  • Table 9-2. Key parameters for Qualcomm midrange/high-end processors
  • Table 10-1. Key parameters for Spreadtrum 28nm smartphone processors
  • Table 11-1. Mobile-processor vendors and products
  • Table 11-2. Key parameters for Actions tablet processors
  • Table 11-3. Key parameters for Allwinner tablet processors
  • Table 11-4. Key parameters for recent Apple processors
  • Table 11-5. Key parameters for HiSilicon application processors
  • Table 11-6. Key parameters for Leadcore application processors
  • Table 11-7. Key parameters for Nvidia Tegra application processors
  • Table 11-8. Key parameters for Rockchip mobile processors
  • Table 11-9. Key parameters for selected Samsung Exynos processors
  • Table 12-10. Comparison of processors for ultra-low-cost smartphones
  • Table 12-2. Comparison of processors for low-cost smartphones
  • Table 12-3. Comparison of processors for midrange smartphones
  • Table 12-4. Comparison of processors for high-end smartphones
  • Table 12-5. Comparison of processors for low-cost tablets
  • Table 12-6. Comparison of processors for midrange tablets
  • Table 12-7. Comparison of processors for high-performance tablets
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