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Has ARM won the processor wars? Hardly!

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Chipguy1
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re: Has ARM won the processor wars? Hardly!
Chipguy1   7/5/2012 3:03:57 AM
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Software developers are the judges for who is winning or won. I do not count intel out but iOS and android and the vast app ecosystem are saying arm is winning. Even MS is putting enormous resources behind Windows 8/RT and Surface will be introduced on armh SOC 3 months ahead of x86... Just a shocking development!!

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re: Has ARM won the processor wars? Hardly!
EREBUS0   7/4/2012 8:34:52 PM
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The numbers tell the real story. Yes the ARM processor is used in a lot of devices, but as far as overall market share for all devices, it is a small player in the real world. Besides, if it were a real threat, Intel would have bought them long ago.

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