Industry sources have stated that Samsung will be manufacturing future Qualcomm mobile processors on its 14nm FinFet process.
MediaTek has a very healthy SoC business and it’s looking to expand, but can it compete with the dominance of Qualcomm? We take a look at MediaTek’s history and its prospects.
ARM and Intel are worlds apart when it comes to success in the mobile processor market, but could the move to 64-bit mobile challenge offer Intel a second chance?
New forecast data about the number of microprocessors shipments show that the global market for processors will rise to 1.50 billion chips by the end of this year, up from 1.21 billion in 2012. In the face of declining PC sales, the growth is due to smartphone and tablet sales.
We’ve already heard that Samsung is close to completing the development of a 64-bit Exynos chip, but now we have official confirmation. A director with Samsung’s System LSI division confirmed during a conference call that the chipmaker is ready to manufacture its first 64-bit SoC.
From your smartphone, to your car, to your washing machine, there could be an ARM-designed Cortex chip in most devices that you use every day.
In a new video ad, Qualcomm takes direct jabs at smaller rival MediaTek for using older CPU architecture in its octo-core chips.
It is rumored that ZTE will announce a new processor with 4G LTE support at next month’s PT/Expo Comm China 2013. The move is seen to be part of the company’s strategy as it competes with Huawei and LG to become the third largest handset manufacturer.
What makes the Motorola X8 different as an SoC? And is it really as groundbreaking as Motorola makes it out to be?
Awhile back everyone was impressed when Intel’s Atom processors beating ARM SoC in benchmarks. As it turns out, these may have been erroneous results.