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The world and its dog is talking about Intel missing a fantastic opportunity with mobile. Meego got surprise-dropped (official line: we support it) by Nokia and ARM chips are in devices by the legion.
Speaking to TechEye, Qualcomm's Alex Katouzian thinks ARM's joint initiative with Microsoft is a way in. We reported yesterday that ARM itself is rather keen it can steal laptop market share from Intel. Qualcomm agrees. Katouzian said: "It's possible to take away share. No one can predict it, but - if you think about this - a few years back, you used to have desktops. And you had these laptops that complimented the desktops because you could take them from meeting to meeting, so you wouldn't be tied down to the office.
"Then the laptops took over, and no the tablets are complementing the laptop. Sooner or later, the tablet will become the main PC. Even high end handsets will become your main PC - if I have access to a larger screen that's being driven by it, it might not be that hard.
"If that's the case, you can see in a few years, ARM based suppliers and especially Qualcomm who are building from the ground up, low power, mobile devices, where there is connectivity everywhere, a company like Qualcomm is situated very well to take some of that market share."

Katouzian revealed that Qualcomm's Adreno series, with the AP8 8064, will begin sampling in early 2012 and it's one of the highest graphics cores available on the market.
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last time i checked it was Qualcomm Vs Nvidia Vs ARM Vs Intel...
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last time i checked it was Qualcomm Vs Nvidia Vs ARM Vs Intel...
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last time i checked it was Qualcomm Vs Nvidia Vs ARM Vs Intel...
all looking to take intel's marketshare in small form factor electronics
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Qualcomm is situated very well to take some of that market share."

Katouzian revealed that Qualcomm's Adreno series, with the AP8 8064, will begin sampling in early 2012 and it's one of the highest graphics cores available on the market.
Is this a joke? Qualcomm is set to release its dual core chip in.... q4 2011. Yeah, the only market share it will soak up is the htc branded devices that have last years specs and the same designs. The only new chip that will be released by qualcomm before q4 is a 1.3 ghz snapdragon.. boring.
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You need to use the article's headline, not make up your own.

"Chip giants try to sign Intel's death certificate"
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Go figure- as if Intel followers/OEMs/fanboyies would let that happen.
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The faster they catch up to intel the better. The more competition there is means that products will be competitively priced so they are more readily available to the consumer.
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last time i checked it was Qualcomm Vs Nvidia Vs ARM Vs Intel...
ARM vs AMD vs Intel (fixed)
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This is just a race to get the all in one package and everyone is coming from different angles.

I will get this out of the way since this is OCN and say that desktops and servers will not have to worry about being replaced due to their high demands in hardware from many users. Besides that though, desktops and laptops and netbooks will continue to lose market share due to the appeal of having these portable multi-purpose units around that can take care of simple tasks that they need to do.

Once smart phones are powerful enough to display high res movies and multi-task everyday computing needs, there are people that won't even want a PC or laptop when they can just connect to a monitor, mouse and keyboard just by dropping in a docking station. Then a vehicle docking station in their vehicle could provide bluetooth, mp3 player, GPS ect. Those are just some examples coming that can or have happened from the smart phone side.

I left out tablets and pads because even though they may be heading in the same areas of expansion, they will probably do best as their primary functions so that they can remain cheap or they might lose their appeal.

Intel had a chance to make netbooks much better, but they chose to keep putting out crappy Atoms and other hardware because they did not have any competition at the time, so I do not feel sorry for them if they lose that market share to other devices.
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