Qualcomm is poised to take over the laptop processor business with its next generation chips. At least that’s the vision that Qualcomm President and CEO Cristiano Amon outlined on Tuesday at the company’s Investor Day 2021.
When asked about Qualcomm’s ambitions for the laptop market, Amon initially spoke highly of Apple’s latest Arm-based processors both for its speed and its efficient SoC (System-on-a-Chip) design.. He praised them
He also said Qualcomm is “actively working to develop the performance benchmark for this new architecture,” specifically for Windows PCs with ARM processing. Samples of Qualcomm’s next-gen chips are expected to ship to device manufacturers next year, while products with them could hit the market in 2023.
Qualcomm has already made arm-based chips for Windows PCs. For example, it partnered with Microsoft to develop the SQ1 and SQ2 SoC processors that will be used in the(2020). However, the model is not known for extreme processing power.
It is likely that this new move for Qualcomm is directly related to its. This company matters because it uses arm-based chips to build servers. Nuvia was also run by former Apple chip managers.