Qualcomm Technologies announced at Microsoft's Windows hardware conference that the Qualcomm Snapdragon Processors will now support Windows 10 devices.
Speaking at the WinHEC event in Shenzhen, China, Qualcomm and Microsoft said they are collaborating to enable a full Windows 10 experience on mobile computing devices powered by next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. And that's interesting because Qualcomm just announced it is sampling its latest 10-nanometer ARM-based processors with 48 cores. Qualcomm believes this will help break the near monopoly that Intel has had on Windows for decades, as Snapdragon chips will be able to power desktops, laptops, and other devices too.
Those new chips are for servers, but Qualcomm said that its latest Snapdragon processors will support the full Windows 10 experience on mobile computing devices that enable anytime, anywhere connected devices. That gives Microsoft the ability to expand beyond Surface-like tablets and laptops int..
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