Report: Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm object to Nvidia’s acquisition of Arm

According to Bloomberg, giants such as Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm are objecting to Nivida’s acquisition of the semiconductor company Arm. The deal, which is worth $ 40 billion, was announced in mid-September last year.

Already when the acquisition was announced, Nvidia pointed out that Arm will maintain customer neutrality and the open licensing model. The companies should still have turned to regulatory authorities in the EU, UK, USA and China with concerns precisely that Nvidia may change how Arm licenses its technology for the chip that drives our smart phones.

They believe that Nvidia will be inclined to influence Arm’s neutrality and use the technology for its own gain. Nvidia, for its part, believes that the acquisition is about driving artificial intelligence forward – an area the company has focused more and more on.

Authorities are said to be investigating whether the acquisition would give Nvidia too much power over the chip industry, while the EU has said that the deal will be thoroughly examined.

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