The post Microsoft follow Apple yet again, assembles ‘Microsoft Silicon’ to make custom ARM chips appeared first on MacDailyNews.

The post Microsoft follow Apple yet again, assembles ‘Microsoft Silicon’ to make custom ARM chips appeared first on MacDailyNews.

The post Microsoft follow Apple yet again, assembles ‘Microsoft Silicon’ to make custom ARM chips appeared first on MacDailyNews.

The post Microsoft follow Apple yet again, assembles ‘Microsoft Silicon’ to make custom ARM chips appeared first on MacDailyNews.

Yet again, Microsoft is trying to follow Apple’s lead (Mac -> Windows, iPod -> Zune, iPhone -> Windows phone, iPad -> Surface tablet, etc.) and is assembling an in-house “Microsoft

Yet again, Microsoft is trying to follow Apple’s lead (Mac -> Windows, iPod -> Zune, iPhone -> Windows phone, iPad -> Surface tablet, etc.) and is assembling an in-house “Microsoft Silicon” (Redmond is as original as ever) team to build new ARM chips.

chip

Mayank Parmar for Windows Latest:

I have also spotted some job listings that suggest the company is building its own Silicon-based ARM chips for client devices. Additionally, I understand that Microsoft is optimizing Windows 12 for Silicon-ARM architecture.

The job listings (most of them have now been taken down) describe positions related to custom silicon accelerators, System on Chips (SoCs), and high-performance, high-bandwidth designs.

This suggests that Microsoft is building its own ARM-based chips, aiming to compete with Apple’s M chips lineup in terms of performance and efficiency… According to another job listing… the in-house ARM chips are part of the “Microsoft Silicon Team.”

These job listings strongly indicate that Microsoft is actively investing in the development of its own ARM chips, aiming to challenge Apple’s dominance in the market.

MacDailyNews Take: As it ever was.

Microsoft is… like a brain-damaged puppy that followed Apple around until it could no longer keep up.MacDailyNews Take, October 25, 2011

Please help support MacDailyNews. Click or tap here to support our independent tech blog. Thank you!

Support MacDailyNews at no extra cost to you by using this link to shop at Amazon.

The post Microsoft follow Apple yet again, assembles ‘Microsoft Silicon’ to make custom ARM chips appeared first on MacDailyNews.

original link


You may also be interested in this

Today in Apple history: F…

June 29, 2007: The first iPhone goes on sale, giving excited Apple fans lined up outside stores their first chance at owning the game-changing smartphone. The queues that greet the

Apple Gangnam now open in…

The new space invites customers to discover Apple’s incredible lineup of products and services, and receive best-in-class support.

15-inch MacBook Air revie…

After years of rumors, Apple has released the long-awaited 15-inch MacBook Air. While there isn't anything flashy about it, it's a well-positioned Mac, and a good balance of portability, power,

Apple is forcing Vision P…

Macworld Welcome to our weekly Apple Breakfast column, which includes all the Apple news you missed last week in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because we

Daily Deals: 41% off Appl…

Today's hottest deals include 21% off a MagSafe charger, 53% off a 4-Pack of 160 feet outdoor LED solar string lights, 31% off a Pexxus 3-in-1 wireless charging station, and

Apple assembler Foxconn r…

According to local reports and labor agents, Apple assembler Foxconn, which operates the world’s largest iPhone factory in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, has ramped up hiring ahead of

No, iOS 16.5 hasn’t kille…

Macworld Multiple iPhone owners have reported a ‘bug’ with iOS 16.5 that has severely diminished their handsets’ battery performance. British news site The Mirror, for example, cites social media complaints

Apple Arcade’s collection…

The sports games Retro Bowl+ and Retro Goal+ hit the Apple Arcade on Friday. And Bold Moves+ was added earlier in June. These are the latest classic games to make
X

A whimsical homage to the days in black and white, celebrating the magic of Mac OS. Dress up your blog with retro, chunky-grade pixellated graphics to evoke some serious computer nostalgia. Supports a custom menu, custom header image, custom background, two footer widget areas, and a full-width page template. I updated Stuart Brown's 2011 masterpiece to meet the needs of the times, made it responsive , got dark mode, custom search widget and more.You can download it from tigaman.com, where you can also find more useful code snippets and plugins to get even more out of wordpress.