Big Tech worried about antitrust concerns
The graphics card maker named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia's plans to acquire British chip designer ARM fare facing challenges from Big Tech over antitrust concerns.
Britain's competition watchdog has launched an investigation into the $40 billion takeover of the UK-based chip designer ARM by the GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon Nvidia.
Tame Apple Press claims it is copying Apple’s “innovation”
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that AMD is almost ready to release an ARM based chip.
If Vole licensed the OS to the public
An Amazon Web Services (AWS) virtualisation engineer has shown what Windows 10 on ARM could be like if Microsoft licensed its ARM-based OS to the public rather than just to Windows 10 manufacturers.
Might cause some serious problems for the big names
South Korea’s Electronics and Telecommunications Institute (ETRI) has teamed up with ARM to design a CPU that’s tailored for supercomputing.
Pelion ready for business
Pelion, the IoT connected device service provider, launched as an independent company unveiled its new brand and enhanced offering.
But the technology is slowing down
Japan's Fugaku ARM-based supercomputer has been named the world's most powerful in the latest Top500 list, setting a world record of 442 petaflops.
$35 billion biggest to date
News that AMD might acquire Xilinx was quite a surprise after the Nvidia–ARM consolidation, but not surprising. Using current stock and market value increase, AMD decided to make a strategic decision to play better in the data center, 5G, automotive, and fight against the Intel–Altera alliance.
Up to 7,400/6,800 MB/s of sequential performance
Silicon Motion announced three new PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD controllers, including the high-end 12nm SM2264 controller, capable of hitting 7.400MB/s and 6.800MB/s sequential read and write performance.