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So ARM could be knocked of the mobile perch? Also talk of samsung putting out their own full SoC for their tablets and phones, i really hope this heats up competition smile.gif
Intel having their own foundry could prove the massive advantage. We'll see smile.gif
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So ARM could be knocked of the mobile perch? Also talk of samsung putting out their own full SoC for their tablets and phones, i really hope this heats up competition smile.gif
Intel having their own foundry could prove the massive advantage. We'll see smile.gif
ARM adoption scale and low costs will keep them in the running against Intel even though the ARM's IP is lacking and so are the non owned fabs.
Even if Intel manages to make the transition it will be years before they get adopted and only if they can offer cheap chips.
post #13 of 14
this looks like there gonna be fairly cheap imho.
also the tdp thing they say target 3W for the SoC (system on a chip), not just the processor. only othe component would be the display...


"What [the Bay Trail platform] really does is allows us to get into these markets that we are not in, in a big way today," Krzanich told analysts in July. "[There will be] tablets [at] $199 and below, some you are going to see even lower, below $150 and much below that as we go through the holiday season. So, Bay Trail, really first and foremost we believe gives solid performance, solid battery life relative to the competition in price points and markets that were simply not in, in a big way today."
Edited by Jimbags - 8/31/13 at 7:23am
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post #14 of 14
I have no doubt that silvermont is a faster core than the cortex a15 (current ARM performance leader) with competitive power consumption. Its only part of the puzzle though; intel needs a good IGP, digital signal processors and most importantly the 3G/4G baseband processor. Currently, qualcomm is a generation or two ahead in terms of its LTE baseband technology versus everyone else including Infineon (Intel).

Edit: They need this in order to get into smartphones in a big way.
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So ARM could be knocked of the mobile perch? Also talk of samsung putting out their own full SoC for their tablets and phones, i really hope this heats up competition smile.gif
Intel having their own foundry could prove the massive advantage. We'll see smile.gif
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