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12/27/2011 10:36 PM EST
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yalanand
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yalanand   1/2/2012 10:12:50 AM
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@sylvie, thanks for the article. Since Microsoft already has the largest relationship with Intel, do you think Windows Phone will be the first to use it?

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Sanjib.A   12/30/2011 6:52:11 PM
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There were many news on Intel in 2011 including "leaks" but did not see any of these getting realized this year. Will it work better for Intel in 2012? I'm hopeful,...only if the scores on the "powerpoint slide" are real numbers.

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seaEE   12/30/2011 4:09:28 AM
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"Itís important to note, however, that the aforementioned competitive platforms have all been out for the best part of a year already, while Intelís is still a powerpoint slide." LOL!

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rick merritt   12/29/2011 8:14:33 PM
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I agree. Intel has been offering more performance at the cost of blowing the power and thermal budgets for most smartphones and tablets. They keep saying this will change, but we haven't seen it yet. Maybe at 22 nm.

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t.alex   12/29/2011 2:56:23 PM
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Any leak is normally a good leak :)

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Jay_EE   12/29/2011 2:46:03 PM
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It's because their 22nm technology is only complete for high power logic process (more restrictions on design rules). Normally low leakage SOC technology takes longer time to develop (IP reuse issues/ support for various devices/ tight control on leakage/ low price ...).

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eewiz   12/29/2011 1:53:45 PM
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the power numbers are disappointing. why didnt intel use the 22nm 3d transistors for this platform?

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chanj0   12/28/2011 7:08:14 PM
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The power consumption might sound like a breakthrough to Intel. Yet, mobile devices require a far low power consumption. In 2012, improvement of battery life of any mobile device will likely be one of the many features for which consumers are looking.

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timoftelaur   12/28/2011 8:22:14 AM
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abraxalito   12/28/2011 4:34:18 AM
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"...the chip firm could finally find itself standing a real chance in the tablet market in 2012." call me skeptical but nothing in this article is at all suggestive of that. There's no compelling reason (so far) to jump ship.

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