Intel has made a licensing deal with ARM for manufacturing ARM Processors

Intel has made a licensing deal with ARM that allows ARM SoC designers such as Qualcomm, Apple, and Samsung, to manufacture their SoCs on Intel’s 14 nm node, and is upcoming 10 nm node manufacturing process.

This announcement comes after Intel has officially left the mobile and tablet SoC market, failing to grab market share compared to competitors like Samsung, Apple, and Qualcomm.

Right now it is unknown what manufacturers will be moving to use Intel’s fabs; Intel has its cutting-edge fabs located in Costa Rica and Malaysia. But with this licensing deal Intel hopes to get manufacturing contract from the likes of Qualcomm or Apple.