Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Atom Vs ARM

Atom is a new architecture that offers Pentium M-class performance within a 2-W power envelope packed into a 25-mm2 die. These numbers are very small for an x86 processor, and they allow Atom to target embedded applications like mobile Internet devices where the x86 has not been used before.

If you believe the buzz, Atom is so good that it will displace ARM cores as king of the mobile world. Unfortunately, the buzz was extremely confused. Here's what the coverage got wrong, what it got right and what it completely missed.

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