The Cortex-A34 processor is the smallest and most power-efficient 64-bit Armv8-A application processor
The Cortex-A34 processor uses an efficient, 8-stage, in-order pipeline that has been extensively optimized to provide the 64-bit Armv8-A features in the smallest footprint and power.
|Multicore||1-4x Symmetrical Multiprocessing (SMP) within a single processor cluster, and multiple coherent SMP processor clusters through AMBA 4 technology
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Armv8-A Cryptographic Extension
The Armv8 Cryptographic Extension provides instructions for the acceleration of encryption and decryption, and includes:
- Armv8.0-AES, which includes AESD and AESE instructions.
- Armv8.0-SHA, which includes the SHA1* and SHA256* instructions.
The presence of the Cryptographic Extension in an implementation is subject to export license controls. The Cryptographic Extension is an extension of the SIMD support and operates on the vector register file
The Cryptographic Extension also provides multiply instructions that operate on long polynomials. The Cryptographic Extension provides this functionality in AArch64 state and AArch32 state, and an implementation that supports both AArch64 state and AArch32 state provides the same Cryptographic Extension functionality in both states.
Cortex-A comparison table for Armv7-A and Armv8-A
Download the following PDF datasheet to compare the specifications of Cortex-A Armv7-A and Armv8-A processors.