Qualcomm CEO Admits Nuvia Chip OEM Sampling is Delayed

Qualcomm CEO Admits Nuvia Chip OEM Sampling is Delayed

In a recent interview, Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon indicated that his firm’s Nuvia core technology chips would start sampling with laptop makers later than previously outlined on roadmaps. Moreover, Amon started hedging concerning the launch of consumer laptops packing these highly anticipated new chips, shifting expectations from late 2023 into early 2024. Roger Cheng of…

Intel CEO: Clients Want Custom x86-Based SoCs

Intel CEO: Clients Want Custom x86-Based SoCs

In a conversation with a financial analyst, Pat Gelsinger, Intel’s chief executive, shared some interesting details about the company’s expectations for the future, talks with potential Intel Foundry Services customers and their needs, Intel’s capabilities to address these needs, and the company’s way of taking advantage of internal and external manufacturing.  Make Intel Bigger and…

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…