An ARM-Twisting Deal

Sperling, Ed
August 2010
Forbes Asia;Aug2010, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p16
The article provides information on the contract signed among the Microsoft Corp. and ARM Computer Inc. regarding licensing of ARM processor architecture. It describes the ARM processor to be acceptable in price sensitive markets of developing nations leading to reduced costs associated with it. It also states the dominant platforms for smartphones made by ARM Computer Inc. which encouraged this contract.


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