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ARM cooperating with Microsoft to develop processor architectures

Posted on Wednesday, March 23 2011 @ 19:40:31 CET by

ARM Taiwan president Philip Lu revealed his company has been cooperating with Microsoft to develop processor architectures, but he wasn't allowed to disclose further information due to business confidentiality.
Although Lu did not release further information due to business confidentiality, many Taiwan-based ODMs and OEMs hold a general opinion that ARM platforms developed through cooperation with Microsoft will focus on applications for smartphones, tablet PCs and other types of hand-held devices.

There were as many as 6.1 billion ARM-licensed chips shipped globally in 2010, hiking from 2009 by 55% which was much higher than the 30% industry average, Lu pointed out. Of the chips, 62% were used in mobile Internet-access devices, 19% in embedded devices, 14% in business-use equipment and 5% in home-use products, Lu indicated.



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