ARM's CEO has some hefty expectations when it comes to the future of the notebook PC market, where he predicts the company will have processors inside between 10- to 20-percent of the notebook PCs by 2015.
Warren East spoke to The Wall Street Journal, where he said that ARM will have a bigger impact on the PC market than rival Intel will have, as it attemps to enter the smartphone market.
East may expect up to 20-percent market share for ARM-based notebooks by 2014-2015, but he believes Intel-powered smartphones will only take between 5- and 10-percent of the smartphone market. Intel-powered smartphones have just begun their roll-out, with many more over the coming months.
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