Arm aims to capture 50% of PC market

Microsoft makes significant commitment and ensures modified technology
An undated image of Arm powered Mini desktop. — PCMag
An undated image of Arm powered Mini desktop. — PCMag

Arm Holdings CEO Rene Haas recently revealed his plans and said that the company aims to gain "more than 50% of the Windows PC market in five years”, also, Microsoft as well as its hardware partner is planning to introduce the latest computers dependent on the British firm’s technology.

On Monday, Arm’s US-listed shares unexpectedly boosted 2.6% in pre-market trade. Arm has been leading the technological race in personal computers, since, Microsoft has unleashed its plans in May that it is also planning to introduce another masterpiece which is soon to dominate this entire industry soon, which will be a new breed of PCs supporting a plethora of compelling features such as artificial intelligence (AI) to compete with Alphabet as well as the Cupertino-based tech giant Apple.

It has recently announced that its flagship Windows operating system will be running over the chips customised by Arm, which is expected to dominate the PC industry after Intel.

Read more: Windows ARM gaming on Microsoft Surface Pro assessed — See the surprising results

The CEO in an interview with Reuters has recently said: "Arm's market share in Windows — I think, truly, in the next five years, it could be better than 50%.”

Microsoft has assured its modified technology by making a notable commitment to advance micro devices as well as Intel’s x86 technology, while developing an array of cutting-edge software development tools to make programmes which perform well on Arm-based chips.

Haas further added: "They've (Microsoft) gone way beyond anything they had (in developer tools) and they really picked it up in the last couple of years."

The American tech giant Apple has also climbed towards success after launching Arm designs offering outstanding battery life and speedy performance followed by Microsoft as well as hardware vendors.