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Intel Leads Non-iPad Tablet Processor Market

10/1/2014 04:35 PM EDT
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goafrit
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Re: Massive ARM proliferation does not dictate x86 leadership
goafrit   10/2/2014 1:19:16 PM
>> Apple maintained its leading position and market share at 26%, followed by Intel with 19% and Qualcomm with 17%. Behind them came MediaTek and Samsung.

I am very confident that when the data is analyzed globallyl, MediaTek will be dominate. Most of the phones and tablets (albeit cheap) in China run on Mediatek tooklit. They ship them to Africa and Latin America. I wil like to see this data in the global/worldwide market and not just US or OECD countries which I assume is the basis of the analysis.

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Re: Massive ARM proliferation does not dictate x86 leadership
goafrit   10/2/2014 1:13:58 PM
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I know that Intel cannot be boxed forever in this industry.This is a brutal competitor which will throw everything it has to make process in this hot sector. My concern is ARM which has this risk-averse business model that gets paid cents while empoweing millions of value to OEM.

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Massive ARM proliferation does not dictate x86 leadership
Mr. FA   10/2/2014 9:00:39 AM
If you convert this from company based statistics to Intel vs. ARM I'd image ARM is dominate.   Intel is a small player in tablet / phone still....

 

Figures don't lie, but liars can figure?

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