Qualcomm has unveiled its Next-gen PC CPUs that will rival Apple’s M-series Chip, the company made the announcement at its 2021 investor day event. This new chip will be produced in 2023 and will be based on the Arm-based SoC design.
The chip company says that its Net-gen chips are “designed to set the performance benchmark for Windows PCs.” This will make a huge limp over its efficient Snapdragon 8cx line of processors.
Charged with announcing the Chip developed by the Nuvia team is Qualcomm’s chief technology officer Dr. James Thompson. Qualcomm is ready to rival Apple’s M1 chips, with plans to create its Laptop chips.
Qualcomm’s recent $1.4 billion purchase of Processor startup Nuvia, is a path the chip company has followed in order to produce its own laptop chips. The company also looks to leverage on the executives from Nuvia that have worked previously at Apple.
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Nuvia Founder Gerard Williams was the lead designer for Apple’s iOS chips before he left the company. He currently now works as the senior vice president of engineering for Qualcomm. He will be responsible for industry-breaking chips that compete with Apple’s M1 chips.
Qualcomm is keen on the laptop chip-making market, interestingly it currently supplies Apple iPhones 12 series with 5G connectivity. Apple has once again made itself the industry standard when it comes to designs and efficiency. The company says its new chips will offer “sustained performance and battery life.”
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