So this is interesting:

Tegra X2 is Project Denver, which is a VLIW that emulates ARM, much like how Transmeta's chips were VLIWs that emulated x86.

I'm wondering /how/ their and mitigations work... is it just the same kernel mitigations as everyone else, or is this them modifying their binary translation platform? Because if it's the latter, Transmeta's approach is partially vindicated, I think...


(It's also somewhat interesting in that this is a second ARM-compatible design that's affected by full-on .)

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