I like to add certain events around the world have certain media reports that have been displayed from video feeds taken from smart phones. Although, PCs and Tablets will be part of the overall consumer experience, I see that the world is becoming more democratic, due in part to smart phone’s video feeds.
This may sound weird but here it goes, ARMH presently in all smart phones and the British are part of the UN coalition, amazing, think about it.
There was one, of many amazing videos taken by a man in Japan using a smart phone. He was in his vehicle when he recorded his video of being swept away by the tsunami, and he lived to talk about his horrible experience. The way cell phone are pretty much part of many peoples lives, I believe the same will apply with smart phones. Even AT&T 39billion dollar offer for T-Mobile gives me the impression I may be right. Think about this, even through the world economic environment and certain disastrous events around the world and AT&T want presently wants to spend 39bill, telecommunication companies want the spectrum for video feeds and apps over the cloud.
ARMH within smart phones it how the evolution evolves.
The ubiquity of Arm will extend past smartphones and tablets into ordinary every day devices.
While there are companies like Calxeda working to get Arm going in servers, Arm will be soon receiving another boost from Samsung and Sony as they debut their Arm powered netbook models this summer.
Intel, mobile offensive is in disarray and should give Arm another year of little competition while the category continues to boom. Windows 8 tablets and netbooks will be another boost for this stock by then. The release of Cortex A15 giving ARM a powerful server and desktop level chip is something else to look forward to.