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Intel has licensed ARM technology

Intel has licensed ARM technology

Intel has licensed ARM technology

Intel has licensed ARM technology

 

Intel has licensed ARM technology so that they can allow 3rd parties to use their upcoming 10nm manufacturing process to make complex chips for smart devices. 

This comes after Intel has officially left the mobile phone and tablet SoC market, failing to gain any meaningful market share when compared to competitors like Samsung, Apple and Qualcomm. 

Right now Intel makes the majority of their money from creating CPUs to desktop and laptop/netbook products, though the company no longer has any room to grow in these markets, forcing the company to find new ways to make additional revenue. 

  

Intel has licensed ARM technology

 

Right now it is unknown what manufacturers will be moving to use Intel's fabs, though it seems that Intel hopes to gain some business from the likes of Qualcomm or Apple thanks to this new ARM licensing deal.  

 

You can join the discussion on Intel opening up their Fabs to create ARM chip designs on the OC3D Forums

 

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