There are multiple reports that the NVIDIA-ARM deal is dead, but nothing has been officially announced.
ARM remaining independent is a good thing for the vitality of the ARM processor market.
This week, the market has been swirling with rumors that NVIDIA is about to drop its proposed $40 billion purchase of ARM. For those of you who do not follow the CPU chip market, ARM is one of the most important companies out there. Nearly every single smartphone uses a variant of ARM’s designs. ARM chips, with their steady architecture, good performance, and excellent power/thermal characteristics, are used in a staggeringly wide array of applications from consumer goods to specialized equipment for vertical industries. Continue reading “NVIDIA and ARM Merger May Be Off – And That’s Good”→
For several years, enterprise mobility announcements such as new services, geographic expansion, new go-to-market strategies and alliances, new device types, and enhanced management platforms were few and far between.
This has changed with the advent of 5G and edge computing, massive IoT, mobile private networks, and devices and management services for ruggedized computers and wearables.