Microsoft has unveiled a new developer kit for Windows on ARM, built in partnership with Qualcomm and designed to help devs leverage new AI capabilities and compile apps for ARM.
The president and CEO of Qualcomm recently shared a more specific timeline for the release of the company’s Nuvia ARM CPUs. The chips won’t be available in devices until late 2023.
Ampere, which makes Arm-based chips for servers, plans to become a publicly listed company. Ampere’s processors recently gained preview support for Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft Azure virtual machines now have preview support for Arm-based processors. The new VMs should deliver better efficiency and price-performance than x86-based virtual machines.
Chiplets haven't had a universal standard up to this point, but do now, thanks to AMD, Intel, and other tech giants.
Early this morning, SoftBank announced that NVIDIA will no longer acquire Arm. Following that news, Arm has announced a new CEO.
Today, SoftBank announced that NVIDIA will not acquire Arm. NVIDIA agreed to purchase Arm in 2020 for $40 billion, but the deal has been canceled after “significant regulatory challenges.”
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