Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 16th Aug 2016 22:21 UTC

Intel has entered into a new licensing agreement with competitor ARM to produce ARM-based chips in Intel factories. The deal, announced today at the Intel Developer Forum, is a strategic move from the Santa Clara, CA company to offer its large-scale custom chip manufacturing facilities, which include 10-nanometer production lines, to third-parties, including those using its rival's technology.

I have a ton of Intel ARM devices already. Perhaps Intel could call these new chips "XScale". Just thought that up. I'm kind of proud of it.

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RE[5]: Comment by viton
by jgfenix on Fri 19th Aug 2016 13:32 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by viton"
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Sorry but that's delusional. That could work for a cheap microcontroller bbut not for a high-end CPU.

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