In a development that spelled bad news for the long-time maker of processors, a
By designing new processors, Nvidia is looking to capture the Windows market. Currently, Intel predominantly supplies all the hardware that is used in Windows-powered laptops, but
But that's not all. A note from Morgan Stanley earlier this year detailed how Apple's A-series and M-series chips were well-positioned to benefit from the rise of AI work loads being pushed to the edge. Basically, given Apple's efforts to optimize the integration of hardware, software, and services, the
Now, with Apple wanting to transition AI-intensive tasks onto the edge, these ARM-based processors, which power things like the iPhone but also the iPad and the Mac, are primed to help users generate content on-device more quickly, and Microsoft knows. Which is why, it is encouraging companies like Nvidia to develop hardware that could help Windows-based hardware compete with the likes of Mac.
Nvidia's experience with producing graphic cards that are primed for AI workloads gives the company a bit of an edge, but Team Green isn't the only game in town. According to Reuters,
AMD's shtick has always been to stick it up to the likes of Intel and Nvidia on things like pricing and performance. When Intel and Nvidia get
From our point of view, this trifecta of companies looking to compete against each other on things like CPUs, GPUs, and ARM-based technologies can be massively beneficial for consumers as it gives them more options and better prices. But, and more importantly, this looming competition could finally give these companies a reason to build bigger and better hardware instead of just
The race for hardware that blows everyone's minds is on, and Intel is lagging behind. Will Team Blue bring its house into order? Will it experience a comeback or will it be forgotten? We'll be here to let you know.
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