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Intel vindicated by TSMC/ARM announcement

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KB3001
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re: Intel vindicated by TSMC/ARM announcement
KB3001   7/24/2012 5:04:04 PM
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Intel and its acolytes are still trying the same old tricks: selling their products on features rather than benefits! Yesteryear, the name of the game was the processor clock speed, now it's FinFET :-) but the world has changed and consumers won't be conned again. There is more to product success these days than just the transistor/process technology (Ha!)...

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re: Intel vindicated by TSMC/ARM announcement
HS_SemiPro   7/24/2012 6:33:40 AM
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Foundry has to make a technology available that can be suitable for all kinds of IP and design types. Intel has advantage of knowing what they are developing the technology for. Technology and design co-optimization. Same reason why IBM is still developing its own technology for its server chips.

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re: Intel vindicated by TSMC/ARM announcement
resistion   7/23/2012 10:08:54 PM
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Let's remember wrapping the gate around silicon is an extra barrier to shrinking.

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re: Intel vindicated by TSMC/ARM announcement
resistion   7/23/2012 9:33:37 PM
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I'd watch out for Samsung, they would definitely see this opportunity.

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re: Intel vindicated by TSMC/ARM announcement
NitroWare.net   7/23/2012 8:58:24 PM
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The dark horse in this is AMD and Global Foundries What are they doing - arn't they doing a process change for some of their products going foward? AMD licensed the ARM as a security co-processor not sure if that is or needs to be 64bit.

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