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  • sanddollars586 sanddollars586 Dec 13, 2012 3:05 PM Flag

    AMD is exiting x86 market

    No, that leaves Intel in full control of the x86 architecture. Intel has many options to allow for second sourcing or fabrication of all or part of its chip family. Sole control of the architecture does not mean "sole supplier".

    Of course, anyone that understands the business knows this. Clearly you don't.

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    • "Intel has many options to allow for second sourcing or fabrication of all or part of its chip family."

      Are you suggesting INtel will have x86 second sourced...
      Sure would be interested to know any who would throw their hat in with x86

      "Sole control of the architecture does not mean "sole supplier"."

      Repeat:
      Sure would be interested to know any who would throw their hat in with x86

      "anyone that understands the business knows this. Clearly you don't."

      ARMH is near its 52-week high... INTC around its 52-week low...
      Evidence dictates you don't...

 
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