May 5 news, Intel on Wednesday released the next-generation technology code-named “Ivy Bridge”, which can add more transistors in Intel microprocessors, the company hopes to enter the Tablet PC and Smart Mobile phone market by it.
Intel said the company expected to begin to produce the first PC and server chips using this new technology before the end of 2011, and said the company will also produce new mobile processors.
Analysts pointed out that this new technology might give Intel’s rival ARM threat, which currently dominated the mobile phone market. But analysts also pointed out that whether Intel is able to immediately invade the territory of ARM remains to be seen.
Market research firm Matrix analyst, Adrien Bommelaer said: “Intel is clearly hoping that get out of its core business – the PC market, but the question is whether the company could introduced a sufficient power saving processor, to gain a competitive edge in the field of mobile computing. Intel will introduce a 50% energy saving processor than the previous one, which is its moving a large step in the right direction, but it is uncertain whether enough. Please Remember, ARM processor is also improving its saving capability. ”
Intel occupies 80% share in the global PC processor market, but the company has not been able to enter the Tablet PC market.