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Over the next year, AMD plans to launch processors that drives ARM Cortex-A5 combined with "traditional" x86. Thus, the company plans to increase the security level of their processors.
In February, AMD had already raised this possibility. Now, according to the Ars Techica, the manufacturer that said first chip with the new architecture will be fitted to the tablets.
The ARM processors are part of the initiative TrustZone, whose security technology allows the CPU to run in two modes: a normal, where it is processed the operating system and applications, and other insurance, where the operating system is rendered safe, and reliable applications a monitoring tool. The sandbox can check the integrity of the "normal".