Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Intel and Google signed a deal for manufacturing Android chip

Consumers, relying on Intel chip and Android OS to run their tablet computers are now moving towards mobile devices like smartphones and table computers. In order to cash this growing trend among consumers Google has signed a deal with Intel to improve the capacity of Android operating systems to run its processors. This move would allow Intel to have fast access to mobile device sector. However, it is a known fact that Intel is the world’s biggest chipmaker for computer market. Whereas Android is world’s foremost operating system for smart phones yet it is too slow on performance hence as an effort to boost its market it has launched answer to ARM’s designs as in the form and nature of Oak Trail processor range. And this association would help both companies to foot hold their market share in tablet market.                     

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