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re: Panel: ARM to dominate consumer apps
R_Colin_Johnson   6/21/2012 3:44:12 PM
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"ARM has already won the processor wars" was the verdict I kept hearing all this week at FTF 2012, and design wins at AMD, Apple, Dell, Freescale, HP, LSI, Samsung and others back up the boast. But of course, Intel was not fairly represented here among vendors who have already chosen ARM, and design wins for Intel's low-power Atom--in other than mobile application--are just beginning to be reported: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4375688/HP-taps-Atom-for-CPU-agnostic-server



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