However, Enderle noted that it will take more than a better chip for intel to succeed.
"They would have to displace the entire ecosystem, which now evolves around ARM," he explained. "That's massively expensive. When you've got an entrenched vendor, you need to spend 10 times what the vendor is spending. If you can't do that, you might as well go home. And 10 times what the collective ARM community is spending is a lot of money."
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