ARM gears up for fight against Intel

Summary:The chip architecture firm assesses its arch-rival's mobile prospects and explains how dual-core processors can improve power usage in tablets

ARM, one of the great British success stories in technology, is a company looking for fresh conquests. Already dominant in the market for mobile-phone chips, ARM is now moving into the tablet and even server markets.

At Mobile World Congress, Bob Morris, the company's head of mobile computing, demonstrates new products that use the company's processor architecture, explaining the benefits of multicore technology for power management. Morris also told ZDNet UK why his company is skeptical about arch-rival Intel's prospects of catching up in the smartphone market.

Get more mobile news from ZDNet UK's updates from Mobile World Congress.

Topics: MWC, Mobility


David Meyer is a freelance technology journalist. He fell into journalism when he realised his musical career wouldn't be paying many bills. His early journalistic career was spent in general news, working behind the scenes for BBC radio and on-air as a newsreader for independent stations. David's main focus is on communications, of both... Full Bio

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