Delays with European Approval of Nvidia-Arm Deal Could Break It

Nvidia-Arm Acquisition Deal May Slip Beyond Expected Timeframe, Says Nvidia CEO

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang in an interview with The Financial Times admitted to expected delays to the Nvidia-Arm acquisition deal – the result of regulatory scrutiny over the $40 billion (cash and stock) merger. “Our discussions with regulators are taking longer than initially thought, so it’s pushing out the timetable,” Huang told The Financial Times. “It’s not…

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Intel Arc 'Alchemist' Discrete GPUs To Support DisplayPort 2.0: Up to 16K Displays

Intel Arc ‘Alchemist’ Discrete GPUs To Support DisplayPort 2.0: Up to 16K Displays

Just days after formally announcing the Arc brand for its discrete gaming graphics processors and the name of the first generation Xe-HPG (DG2) products, Intel has begun to reveal some essential technical details about these GPUs. As it turns out, the new graphics chips will support DisplayPort 2.0 and ultra-high-resolution displays with deep colors.   This week Intel published a…

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Wafer-Scale Heterogeneous Chips May Pave the Way Beyond Moore’s Law

The journey of Moore’s Law is a technologically complex and expensive one, worth billions of dollars in research and development – just ask semiconductor manufacturers. The much-referred-to “soft” law coined by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore stated that the number of transistors in a densely-packed semiconductor should double every two years. The death of Moore’s Law…

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