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An Intel Strategy to Neutralize ARM

With x86 on life support, how will Intel stay relevant in the years to come? Will they be able to keep up with Apple’s M1 lineup?

Photo by GR Stocks on Unsplash

Disclaimer, this is pure speculation, based on the moves we have seen Intel making and where the industry is heading. I don’t have any secret backchannel access to Intel board room…

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Erik Engheim

Erik Engheim

Geek dad, living in Oslo, Norway with passion for UX, Julia programming, science, teaching, reading and writing.

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