Arm getting serious in laptop / desktop space?


Saw this on Gamers Nexus

Seems Arm is getting serious to enter laptop and desktop space

Arm Cortex A78C

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3 responses to “Arm getting serious in laptop / desktop space?”

  1. jchampeau

    Arm Holdings doesn't manufacture or sell anything. They wouldn't be the ones to enter or "get serious" about laptop and desktop processors. It would be the companies who license Arm's architecture and design and manufacture processors that would do that, and it would be so inconsequential for them in terms of volume, I don't know why they would.

    • jackwagon

      In reply to jchampeau:

      It's true that they wouldn't be the ones entering laptop/desktop space, but it wouldn't surprise me if at least one of their licensees intended to make a more serious entry into (x)top system processors (I say "more serious" because Qualcomm already put out multiple generations of processors intended for full-ish Windows on ARM).

      EDIT: Well, other than Apple, but they're already pushing out their entry into the market.

  2. waethorn

    Did you even read the article? It says it's for "on-the-go devices", so likely tablets.