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gronk
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re: Intel: ARM gets Windows four ways
gronk   5/19/2011 12:24:49 AM
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McAfee is the computing equivalent of epilepsy. It's the reason I boot my computer, go get a coffee, surf my smartphone, then log in. Of course, locking up my machine is a great way to prevent it from getting infected. Extending it to embedded systems borders on misanthropy.

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cdhmanning   5/18/2011 11:31:59 PM
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I think what he means is that different ARM cores need different optimizations. Of course not all ARM cores would be targeting Windows. People would only be interested in putting Windows on the newer Coretex A9 or greater cores.

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cdhmanning   5/18/2011 11:29:30 PM
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How is Windows ARM going to be x86 compatible?

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biaunm   5/18/2011 9:29:37 PM
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Intel on its way to becoming a major supplier of FUD.

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Egan   5/18/2011 9:27:50 PM
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poor spell checking and editing on this article. Lowers the value of a piece worth reading.

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resistion   5/18/2011 9:06:34 PM
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Remember ARM is trying to get into servers, we'll see how far that goes.

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ash9   5/18/2011 8:30:54 PM
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Arm wants x86 servers; Intel's domain

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panzerboy   5/18/2011 4:07:42 PM
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A transparent piece of FUD from Intel, we'll it worked before with the 386.(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLzBYfNhRF8) ARM doesn't need Windows, they're already shipping on the hottest products today. Microsoft needs ARM.

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ash9   5/18/2011 2:19:29 PM
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Intel had its head in the cloud, as IBM did with PC's. Remember Intel blocked all of AMD's efforts; their promise on Larrabee was an eye opener for me- I didnt believe it was a realistic approach, and felt it was more about fear and control. Intel then had nothing to offer hetrogeneous computing once unleashed, except smaller dies. At this time they have the fastest CPU's but how long can they hold off the march of hetrogeneous chips to servers. AMD is sitting in a nice position- realize , AMD knew Intel didnt or felt they could control the market. that sucks

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any1   5/18/2011 1:35:28 PM
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It's hard for me to imagine how both Intel and Microsoft let themselves get left so far behind ARM, Apple, and Google in the fastest growing consumer markets on the planet. How does that happen? And now that they finally seem to realize their shortcomings, they are trying to play catch up when they really need to focus on how to leap frog their competition. Are they capable of innovating their way back?

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