VMware CEO: Intel X86 Is A Power Hog, Not Good Fit For Mobile Devices

Despite the fact that the first X86 chip started its life as a microprocessor for watches, Intel's architecture is just not fit for mobile devices.

"It's a power hog, it loves electricity, all those [unused] gates are basically consuming power," said VMware CEO Paul Maritz in a keynote at the last Tiecon conference in Silicon Valley.

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