By Ashraf Eassa, The Motley Fool
March 17, 2014
Some have suggested that Intel could quickly gain a foothold in the mobile system-on-chip market by simply building an ARM -compatible processor core. While there are those who will argue that this should be done for performance-per-watt or performance-per-area reasons, Intel has already shown that it can build world-class, power-sipping CPU architecture. So this wouldn't be the reason. One argument that is potentially much more credible is the notion of software compatibility.
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