Friday, January 25, 2013

Intel Suggested Use Technology Competitors

Industrial computers and laptops (PC) drop in the middle. As the largest manufacturer of Intel processors that rely on income from the PC market is trying to get into the mobile segment is more promising.

However, even though it has invested great efforts in supporting it, the leader of the Mobile ARM Strategy James Bruce says that Intel can only succeed in the mobile phone industry when leaving the x 86 architecture, which he used during this and move on to the ARM architecture.

Quoted from ZDNet, Bruce States that Intel had difficulty gaining ground in the mobile business. He claims that, according to some predictions, the market share of Intel only revolves around the Figure of 0.2 percent. The application of ARM architecture, according to him, is the fastest way to grab significant market share figures in an industry that is growing rapidly.

ARM is itself a competitor to Intel in the market for mobile base architecture used by the gadget most processors, like Tegra from NVIDIA, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor from Samsung, Exynos, up to the Serie A from Apple.

In contrast, the Intel x 86 architecture that seeks to take risky cornered in a market dominated by the ARM while the world's transition to a post-PC era. Unlike Intel, ARM architecture slowly also spread to the device in addition to gadgets, such as mobile television or even a refrigerator.

While Intel struggled in the mobile market, ARM strength erodes traditional PC segment is Intel, at least at the level of the consumer.

In a period of a little more than one year to the next, "said Bruce, ARM chips in smartphones will be powerful enough to run a desktop application. Perhaps, in the future, the only "computer" required by the user is off the table, it's in the bag.


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