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[TG] ARM Predicts First Cortex-A15 Devices Late 2012

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Recently Intel said that it would catch up with ARM in power consumption when it launches chips for smartphone and tablets using the 22-nm process in 2013. Qualcomm and other companies are staying on top of that potential threat, announcing plans to move their ARM-based chip manufacturing to the 28-nm process. Bruce said this should help ARM keep its power advantage.
Tom's Guide Source: http://www.tomsguide.com/us/Cortex-A...ews-10902.html

Figured that this was similar to my "Intel Promises Revolutionary 22nm Technology" post here: http://www.overclock.net/hardware-ne...echnology.html and it looks like other companies already notice this as a significant threat and are planning ahead for it.
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It says 2013 but late 2012 will do.
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