Qualcomm’s M1 rival will be available on PC in late 2023

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Qualcomm's M1 rival will be available on PC in late 2023
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Qualcomm’s answer to Apple’s silicon will be available in devices by the end of 2023, the company’s CEO said earlier this week (via) Tom Hardware,

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In November last year, Qualcomm announced plans to build a next-generation Arm-based system-on-chip (SoC) designed to compete with Apple’s M-series chips for the PC market. The chips are “designed to set performance benchmarks for Windows PCs” and are being developed by the Nuvia team. Qualcomm said it will compete directly with Apple’s M-series chips, including the M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max, and expects to lead the industry in “consistent performance and battery life”.

During the company’s latest earnings call earlier this week, Qualcomm President and CEO Christian Amon said that the Nuvia team is making progress toward its goal of developing a significant breakthrough for Arm processors. Amon said the first Nuvia-designed processors “will go after performance levels” and that Nuvia-powered Windows laptops are on track to be available to customers in late 2023.

This timing seems to indicate a slight delay compared to the original 2023 deadline set by Qualcomm last year. The company previously said that sample Nuvia chips would be available to device makers in August 2022, but that expectation has now been extended to the second half of 2022, with particular emphasis on the “late” 2023 debut of the first Nuvia consumer devices. Has been given.

Qualcomm acquired Nuvia, a chip startup founded by former Apple chip designers, for $1.4 billion in January 2021. The former Apple engineer wanted to build an Arm-based SoC specifically for servers and targeted the PC market. Always connected with a chip (ACPC). Could have competed with M1, but now the team’s goals are much broader.

By the end of 2023, Apple is expected to be well into its M2 series of chips. The company may also introduce the first M3 chips when the first Nuvia chips hit the market.

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