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Don't forget Qualcomm, they currently have the most competitive ARM uarch on the market: Krait 300/400, and their integrated LTE modem is a big advantage over those three.

Yes, its about the complete package not just the cpu cores. Don't forget to add image signal processors, low power bluetooth and gps to that list.
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There is no VS AMD. It is TSMC.
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There is no VS AMD. It is TSMC.
Don't understand why qualcomm has chose to remain fabless, they have the most cash of any semiconductor company in the world.
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Related fun fact: SanDisk has a smaller process node than Intel: 19nm. And it has it since 2011!

(Granted, it is easier to make memory with it than full blown processors.)
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Maybe their Tizen OS will eventually replace Android.
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Maybe their Tizen OS will eventually replace Android.
Yes, it could have android app compatibility similar to bb os 10. The rumored smartwatch might run tizen as well.
post #17 of 51
I would like to see Samsung get into x86. ARM is cool and all, but there's already a saturation of companies licensing their architectures.
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I would like to see Samsung get into x86. ARM is cool and all, but there's already a saturation of companies licensing their architectures.
Four reasons why not:
1. Intel has only ever licensed x86 to chip minnows like cyrix, transmeta and well, AMD. They wouldn't license to giants like qualcomm or samsung.
2. ISA is much less important nowadays since android and windows phone mainly run managed code like java, javascript and c#.
3. Only way samsung can justify even its current efforts is due to the sheer volume of smartphones and tablets it sells.
4. Samsung is mostly concentrated on growth stories like mobile, wearables, IoT and microservers. They undoubtedly want full control of the platform: hardware and software.
post #19 of 51
What is this is actually their first HSA implementation I mean they joined that for a reason (let's hope it is)
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What is this is actually their first HSA implementation I mean they joined that for a reason (let's hope it is)

To support HSA, all you need is OpenCL and HUMA. ARM's design already support this if i'm not mistaken. New samsung Soc's likely will too.
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