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Qualcomm, Samsung pass AMD in microprocessor sales

5/21/2013 05:45 AM EDT
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Mr. FA
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Mr. FA   5/21/2013 1:00:00 PM
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I'm not sure why Apple's A"x" series chips count in Samsung's basket while the rest of the fabless/fablight guys show under the their company and not the foundry(ie qualcomm)? Shouldn't Apple be added to the list and a correction be made?

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Chipguy1   5/21/2013 12:25:28 PM
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Based on mobile desing wins I see, Intel's numbers will continue to decline in 2H-2013. zero silvermount availability in Q3 .... Limited in even Q4. Why is Intel so late with 22nm in mobile? All intel atoms still on 32 nm now and will remain so for most if not all of 2013. While Qualcomm has beem shipping 28 nm in mobile space for over a year already

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AKeleon   5/21/2013 9:23:17 AM
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Wow my lovely TI, they are growing. GoGo!!!..TI. Thanks.

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