As I hinted at during our interview with Krisztián Flautner, ARM was quite pleased with how things went with our Peter Greenhalgh ATE that it's going to be giving us access to more key folks over the coming weeks/months. I want to thank all of you for your questions for Krisztián in our last Ask the Experts post, and I want to thank Krisztián for taking the time to respond to you all directly. If you haven't read through the Q&A I'd recommend doing so.

Today I'll be doing a live Google Hangout with Mike Muller, ARM's Chief Technology Officer. Mike Muller was one of the original founders of ARM. We originally scheduled this hangout for late June but had some technical issues with the stream and had to reschedule. 

The Hangout will happen today, Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 1PM ET. I'll update this post with an embedded feed when we get started. If you've got any questions you want to ask ARM's CTO, give them some thought - we may be able to get them answered live tomorrow.

Update: Here's the feed, we will be starting in 15 minutes:

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  • victorson - Thursday, July 3, 2014 - link

  • Krysto - Thursday, July 3, 2014 - link

    He makes a great point of chips diverging to serve different niches, which is exactly where ARM's strength is, compared to Intel. Intel doesn't do well in serving 100 different markets with different chips, each chip selling in low volumes. Intel has high cost structures, especially since it's making its own chips, so it can't make 100 different chips, in 10,000 unit each.

    But ARM can just design the IP, and then whatever chip maker pops up and thinks they can profitably sell it, can take it, and dominate that market, on the cheap.
  • Krysto - Thursday, July 3, 2014 - link

    Intel can't fight that. It's death by a thousand cuts. It's like the lion fighting 1 million ants.

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