Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Assets Under ControlAssets Under Control

Tech News

Microsoft and Intel strike a custom chip deal that could be worth billions

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Intel will be producing custom chips, designed by Microsoft for Microsoft, as part of a deal that Intel says is worth more than $15 billion. Intel announced the partnership during its Intel Foundry event today. Although neither company specified what the chips would be used for, Bloomberg noted today that Microsoft has been planning in-house designs for both processors and AI accelerators.

“We are in the midst of a very exciting platform shift that will fundamentally transform productivity for every individual organization and the entire industry,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella in the official press release.

The chips will use Intel’s 18A process, which has been a big part of its road map since the company brought CEO Pat Gelsinger…

Continue reading…

You May Also Like

Editor's Pick

Jeffrey A. Singer Three years after its first‐​in‐​the‐​nation drug decriminalization measure (Measure 110) went into effect, Oregon’s lawmakers are poised to re‐​criminalize possessing and...

Editor's Pick

Scott Lincicome Last Friday’s Department of Energy (DOE) move to temporarily pause pending requests to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) outside the United States...

Tech News

Image: Will Joel / The Verge From reading in the bath to scribbling notes in the margins, from diving into the Amazon ecosystem to...

Editor's Pick

David Kemp and Peter Van Doren One year ago, a freight train derailed in East Palestine, Ohio causing a leak of hazardous chemicals and a large fire....