Arm has unveiled the new generation of Armv9 architecture and the new CPUs based on it. In addition, it has also introduced the new flagship GPU called Immortalis which aims to change the dynamics of gaming on mobile.
Qualcomm appears to be an interested party in investing ARM, and it has a plan that might convince regulators to approve a deal to go through.
NVIDIA announced its intentions to acquire ARM all the way back in 2020. NVIDIA originally offered $40 billion for ARM, but multiple roadblocks prevented the deal from going through.
According to a report from *Bloomberg*, the NVIDIA ARM deal might not happen as NVIDIA has decided to step down from the negotiations after not getting clearance from the regulators.
After European Union, United States' FTC has announced that it’s suing to block the NVIDIA ARM merger from going through.
In September last year, NVIDIA announced that it intends to acquire ARM – a UK-based semiconductor and software design company – for $40 billion.
The new slate of ARM-v9 based solutions include the Cotex-X2, Cortex-A710, and Cortex-A510 CPU cores, alongside four new GPUs from Arm.
Instead of targeting Intel and AMD in the consumer PC segment, NVIDIA Grace targets AI data centers and will be out in 2023.
SoftBank bought Arm for $31 billion in 2016.
It seems that NVIDIA isn't the only company interested in buying ARM, since now Samsung could also be interested in a part of the semiconductor company
The deal terms reportedly involve a cash and stock purchase that would value the initial sale price of ARM to Nvidia at over $32 billion.
ARM has also launched the Mali-G68 GPU for low-end phones that offers support for 6 cores, instead of the 24-core support on the new Mali-G78 GPU.
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After thorough investigation, it appears that the Arm v8-A architecture was declared as being of non-U.S. origin, so Huawei can continue using it.
Arm introduced its next-generation Cortex-A77 CPU design, alongside its new Mali-G77 graphics processor and Mali-D77 display processor.
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Qualcomm and Microsoft sound like they have a blueprint for Windows 10 on ARM well into 2019. One iterative chipset and one big chipset are incoming.
The company also announced two complementary GPUs for AI-enhanced gaming graphics and for vibrant 4x4 full HD video walls.