It's been a long time coming, but Microsoft is making available a preview of Azure VMs supporting Arm-based processors from Ampere.
The founding members hope the ratified UCIe 1.0 specification will eventually enable users to customise their SoC construction.
Picking up the pieces, SoftBank said it will look to take Arm public in 2023.
The combination of the two chipmakers would have enabled many industries to accelerate innovation. That would have benefited everyone.
From a practical desktop perspective, the only Arm game in town right now is the Apple Silicon M1.
An analyst from GlobalData says that we can expect the chip shortage to continue in some industries this year, but it won't be as bad as previous years.
As part of their respective metaverse strategies, Microsoft and Qualcomm are working on chips that could be used in future AR glasses. .
Regulators around the globe are concerned Nvidia's proposed deal would give it too much control over computing technology and designs that are relied on by competitors.
If an allegedly exclusive partnership deal in the Windows on Arm PC space ends soon, will (and should) anyone care?
The FTC has flagged concerns over the Nvidia-Arm deal, much like its UK and European counterparts.
DISH, Google Cloud, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, Vodafone and others will be involved in the effort.
Serverless functions able to use Graviton2 are said to offer better performance at lower cost.