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ARM’s Race for CPU Supremacy

Intel/CISC is finally dying out — is ARM taking over?

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ARM (once called Advanced RISC Machines, now it is just arm) has an interesting approach to the processor market — unlike Intel, they do not sell chips, instead, they license a suite of designs so that partners/customers can build semi-custom solutions called SoCs (Systems on a Chip). Think of it not as open-source (since ARM…

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