It seems to have been lost in the mists of time that, after DEC brought out the StrongARM and Intel bought DEC, Intel have produced ARM chips
Intel sold part of its ARM business AKA XScale to Marvell in 2006, where it has thrived, most recently with the Marvell Armada series. According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XScale
, Intel can still design ARM processors, but I haven't heard of any in a long time. Intel's approach still seems to be reducing Atom power consumption rather than competing internally with x86.