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Author Topic: Qualcomm completes NUVIA acquisition, will release high-performance ultrabook processors in 2022  (Read 345 times)

Redaktion

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NUVIA's CPU technology will be integrated in many upcoming Qualcomm products, including ultraportable laptop processors, smartphone chips, digital cockpits, AI-assisted driving, extended reality and infrastructure networking solutions.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Qualcomm-completes-NUVIA-acquisition-will-release-high-performance-ultrabook-processors-in-2022.528538.0.html

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What this article does not explain is that the chip Architects at NUVIA are the ones who lead the design of Apples own highly successfully A series processor from which the M series are also derived. Letting go of this talent to their future competitors is going to ensure other phone and laptop manufacturers remain competitive to Apple. It would have been better for Apple to have created opportunities to work with NUVIA instead of fight over it. As for Intel, it's not looking good.

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What this article does not explain is that the chip Architects at NUVIA are the ones who lead the design of Apples own highly successfully A series processor from which the M series are also derived. Letting go of this talent to their future competitors is going to ensure other phone and laptop manufacturers remain competitive to Apple. It would have been better for Apple to have created opportunities to work with NUVIA instead of fight over it. As for Intel, it's not looking good.

Not everyone will jump over to ARM. There's ton of legacy stuff still only on x86. Also, we still dont know if Nvidia will finally buy ARM or not, and if they do, I'm pretty sure a battle of sues will be coming between Apple and them.

Intel for now is probably focused on fixing their production nodes, and on the side, they might take their own approach against ARM. It wouldnt surprise me if they come up with their own design or something.

 

 
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