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Android and Intel together around the Atom and smartphones 15 September 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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Intel and Google will collaborate to optimize Android on the x86 architecture processor Atom. A strategy to accelerate the deployment of Atom in the market for smartphones and tablets.

“The demand aroused unprecedented computing client terminals to the cloud creates significant opportunities for our industry. Intel is innovating and working with partners to offer more mobile computing experience, more secure and transparent. “The ads are linked to the IDF 2011 in San Francisco. After introductions around the future processor architecture Haswell, here are those of the optimization and partnerships. Paul Otellini, CEO of the company in Santa Clara, was pleased to report to work with Google Android for the optimization of the Atom processor.

On stage, the leader made a reference format with the standard for low power chip from foundry and managed under the Google OS. Along with Andy Rubin (pictured), senior vice president of the Mountain View Mobile business, the two men discussed

[via dcellphoneshop]

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