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Since they can't grab market share away from ARM, they might as well use ARM's market share to their advantage.
AMD has hasn't competed against ARM..... they are in two different markets. AMD discontinued their Geode development quite a number of years ago. AMD only started looking at to compete with ARMS.... last month.

Well, I meant it figuratively... AMD is not likely going to be very successful against ARM, as ARM is giving Intel some steep competition. I'd say AMD has made the smart move in "joining" ARM rather than battling them. ARM + AMD in a combo could be nice competition for both Intel and NVIDIA.
Edited by Stealth Pyros - 10/25/12 at 7:58am
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I'm hoping that they really delve into ARM and make new mobile APU's for the tablet market. Currently the demand for powerful graphics processing on tablets and mobile devices isn't really there however if PC games can make their way onto ARM systems then the benefits would be huge.
HSA is another huge thing going for this that would streamline the system and all it's applications.

With ARM's support, they can compete with Tegra finally.
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