Intel and Arm join forces with the intent of toppling Samsung

Intel logo on sign

Credit: Kris Carlon / Android Authority
  • Intel has announced a new partnership with Arm to create low-power chips through Intel Foundry Services.
  • The collaboration will first focus on mobile SoC designs, but could expand to automotive, aerospace, government, and other applications.
  • Intel wants to surpass Samsung as the second-largest foundry by revenue.

In the near future, it’s possible that your next phone could be running on a chip made by Intel and Arm. The two have joined forces to work on low-power compute system-on-chips (SoC).

Today, Intel published an announcement revealing that Intel Foundry Services (IFS) has partnered with Arm to build low-power compute SoCs on the Intel 18A process. The Intel 18A process is a plan to introduce five increasingly advanced semiconductor manufacturing process technologies in five years. Developing chips using this process will have plants in both the US and EU manufacturing chips.


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