If the SuVolta technique really works, and if the SuVolta technique scales down to smaller geometries, and if the SuVolta technique provides the benefits they expect at the smaller geometries, and if the SuVolta technique survives the patent infringement lawsuits, what stops Intel from licensing the SuVolta IP just like everyone else wanting to license their IP ???
If the SuVolta technique does what they say, the cost of a SuVolta IP license just becomes part of the cost of doing business for all companies, just like the ARMH license becomes part of the cost for companies using ARM CPU IP.
I think you are digging for issues to worry about.