Re: Debian ARM success story: Debian desktop on a TS-7300
The prices dropping out of the bottom on x86 architectures is why Intel
is leaving x86.
They cannot compete anymore in the x86 arena. That does not mean that
x86 is dying,
many other companies have x86 based technology and cores that can be put
(FPGAs, asics, ....).
You're totally wrong! Intel has sold its Xscale division to Marvell in
order to concentrate on *ultra-low-power x86 processors*...
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