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Taiwanese firms pessimistic about Intel Medfield

Posted on Friday, December 16 2011 @ 21:27:47 CET by

DigiTimes reports Taiwanese smartphone and tablet PC makers are not going bonkers for Intel's 32nm "Medfield" Atom processor.
Because Intel did not establish close partnerships with first-tier smartphone vendors, while notebook vendors, which have smartphone product lines, are conservative about the new platform because of the negative experience with Intel's mobile Internet devices (MID), these factors are expected to pose strong difficulties for Intel to enter the smartphone market.

Intel has been working on improving its Atom SoC for smartphones and tablet PCs, and expects the new chip's power consumption will drop below 10W with related manufacturing process to also advance to 32nm Saltwell and then 22nm Silvermont, followed by 14nm Airmont within the next three years.



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