Will ARM become more powerful than Intel by using less power? (interview)

Posted by Collin_O on Nov 4, 2012 1:38 PM EDT
venturebeat.com; By Dean Takahashi
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In the microprocessor wars, ARM and its many partner allies have always had the most units sold in the market. But Intel, which can sell chips for $100 or more, has always had the lion’s share of the profits in a $30 billion-plus industry. With the growing popularity of smartphones and tablets, ARM is a rising star while Intel’s core PC market is weakening. And this week, Intel rival Advanced Micro Devices announced it would move beyond Intel-compatible chips to making ones based on ARM designs. (Not a Linux story, but pertinent--ed.)

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