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eewiz
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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
eewiz   1/10/2011 11:13:35 AM
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I guess the batteries dont understand the node advantage. They understand only how much energy you draw from it :)

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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
pica0   1/10/2011 8:15:55 AM
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Analysts also stated: The Intel Itanium will dominate the world.

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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
double-o-nothing   1/10/2011 5:29:41 AM
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Is Intel even truly a node ahead yet? 22 nm Ivy Bridge for early '12, I hear.

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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
yalanand   1/10/2011 5:07:34 AM
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@Ahussai I disagree with your comment that intel chips are power hogs compared to ARM because Intel has 1 or 2 node advantage over ARM and thus inturn reduced power requirement.

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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
resistion   1/10/2011 4:58:00 AM
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With multiple foundries at leading edge able to manufacture ARM, I think the cost advantage is still in ARM's favor. In fact, wouldn't Intel even consider manufacturing ARM in its new reported foundry service capacity?

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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
Ahussai   1/10/2011 2:55:07 AM
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The reason nobody uses Intel chips in mobile is because they are power hogs compared to ARM cores. Sure an Intel core can outperform ARM, but the battery life will be reduced by more than half easily.

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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
alfred95   1/10/2011 2:42:09 AM
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Intel is an elephant. I doubt if it can be nimble enough to survive this crisis. Alfred

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re: Analyst: Intel to break ARM
_hm   1/10/2011 1:30:11 AM
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This may be good for cosumers. However, this is demanding task and needs lots of research, design and marketing resources. Margin may not be high. Should Intel be more concerned about this market? If yes, will Intel suffer from unable to focus on their core strength and market?

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