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  • theblueredmonk theblueredmonk Nov 14, 2011 4:47 AM Flag

    Why smart phones are important

    This means you won't admit to anything that's in the future which is a convenient way to pretend that Intel's fabrication isn't going to reel ARM in.

    There is no way to have a meaningful discussion under your limitations so let's just skip it.

    You are trying to compare apples and oranges. You can not compare Intel's high performance processes in X years against a low power process in X years. You and I would just be speculating on 'bull' from both sides. If you are talking about AMD then I would agree with you.

    Yes, Intel has a process lead in HIGH PERFORMANCE. It's yet to be seen if this HIGH PERFORMANCE process lead can be brought to bare in the low power sector.
    If everything you are saying is true Atom wouldn't have any business. Yet Intel has 450 new Atom customers in the last 12-18 months with 200 of them moving from non-Intel platforms.

    "But all is not well in Santa Clara: their Atom group is down 32% to $269mn, a tiny fraction of what it was during the netbook rush of 2009 and 2010"

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