Microsoft and Google have opposed the largest deal in the chip market

The combined company could become a giant in the chip market.

Companies are interested in the deal not happening / Illustration REUTERS

Major technology companies Google, Microsoft and US chipmaker Qualcomm have opposed Nvidia’s acquisition of British chipmaker Arm for $ 40 billion.

He writes about it Bloomberg.

According to the publication, the companies are interested in the deal not to take place.

As he writes CNBC, US chipmaker Qualcomm said it opposes the acquisition of Nvidia by British chipmaker Arm for $ 40 billion.

If the deal closes, Nvidia will gain control of an important vendor that licenses key chip technologies to companies such as Apple, Intel, Samsung, Amazon and Chinese Huawei.

What is Arm

British Arm issues licenses for the development of chips and related software code to anyone.

What preceded it

In September 2020, it became known about the plans of the American company Nvidia to buy the British chip developer Arm Holdings from the Japanese conglomerate SoftBank. It was noted that this agreement could be the largest in the chip industry in its history.

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