David Meyer, Fortune
July 18, 2016
It’s buying an established titan that’s well-placed for the Internet of things.
SoftBank’s impending takeover of ARM Holdings means the Japanese firm is buying the most important company in the world of mobile processors.
ARM’s processor designs power more than 95 percent of the smartphones out there (Intel has never been able to replicate its desktop success in this space). From the iPhone and Apple Watch down to the cheapest Nokia phone out there, you can be pretty sure that your mobile device has an ARM-based chip inside.
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