When Intel took out an ARM licence it produced the StrongARM and PXA family of processors, but struggled to get the best out of them. They were sold to Marvell who have had the focus to build a stronger business with them.
I guess Intel has Marvell shareholdings so Intel wins if Marvell wins, so that's nice; Intel even got to keep its Architectural licence for the ARM - I wonder if that contains the normal non-competition clauses?
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