Intel is under pressure as ARM processors (ARM Holdings plc) start dominating the mobile computer world. We all know that Windows 8 will support ARM processors as well. Intel focus on high power processors, but it is not the ideal solution for mobile computers. Intel is planning to release it’s “lucky” Cloverview processor at the same time that Windows 8 is releasing (Windows 8 Release To Manufacturing in April 2012)

32 nm processor, “lucky” Cloverview Atom processor and Clover Town chip set will be use less power comparing to it’s current 45nm Atom chip set. According to report in thisismynext.com, Intel executive Bill Kircos said, Windows 8 + Clover Town as a “nice one-two chip-software punch.”.

We know that Windows and Intel is always go together and we can see a good competition between AMD and Intel in the future.