Qualcomm has run afoul of Arm Holdings, with the latter suing the former over the licenses it acquired with its Nuvia purchase.
Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon wants his company to be part of a consortium of rivals that would invest in Arm and ensure its independence.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has expressed his interest in joining a consortium aimed at purchasing Arm Holdings.
Nvidia and Arm have officially abandoned a deal that would have seen Nvidia purchase the semiconductor firm for $40 billion.
After months of intense scrutiny and delays, it appears Nvidia is preparing to abandon its attempts to acquire Arm Holding.
Casting further doubt on Nvidia’s attempt to purchase Arm Holdings, EU regulators have opened a formal investigation.
Arm Holding’s venture in China, Arm China, has gone rogue, seized IP and is trying to establish itself as an independent company.
Elon Musk has voiced concern over Nvidia’s upcoming Arm acquisition, joining a growing list of concerned parties.
The UK may prevent NVIDIA from buying Arm Holdings, over national security concerns.
Qualcomm has its sights set on Apple, with plans to take on the company’s M1 processor.
NVIDIA’s attempt to purchase Arm Holdings may be headed for a rocky patch, as the company may miss its deadline.
Qualcomm has expressed interest in buying a stake in chipmaker Arm Holdings, should the NVIDIA deal fall through.
Intel is looking at possibly purchasing chipmaker SiFive, as it looks to compete with Arm Holdings.
Oracle has announced it is offering Arm-based cloud computing, using processors from Ampere Computing.
Amid its escalating issues, Intel has announced new processor families, including one obviously aimed at Arm designs.
Apple is preparing to announce its decision to move to ARM chips for its Macs at the upcoming WWDC.
Reuters is reporting that Amazon’s cloud computing unit has designed a more powerful, second-generation chip for its Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers. The new chip is based on designs by Arm Holdings. Arm does not manufacture processors like Intel…