Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Ron Westfall examine Intel’s Q2 2022 financial results including the bad, the good, and the implications of the CHIPs Act passage. Intel’s CCG and DCAI units reported substantial declines that contributed directly to missing consensus outlooks related to its Q2 top-line and bottom-line expectations and revising full-year guidance, however progress in the NEX, AXG, and Mobileye units along with advancement of the CHIPs Act in the U.S. Congress indicate how Intel can mount a much-needed comeback before near-term and long-term.
In this research report, Futurum Research examines why in selecting the optimal microprocessor architecture organizations must take a comprehensive approach in understanding the strategic microprocessor architecture powering their implementations. This includes understanding fully that the migration off of x86 to Arm for most companies would prove to be a significant undertaking at a point in where the diverse x86 offerings in market are market tested and trusted by enterprises to run the vast majority of enterprise applications—especially those critical in nature.
Arm is showcasing Arm Neoverse ecosystem momentum through Microsoft’s preview of VMs on its Azure cloud platform powered by Arm-based Ampere Altra server CPUs. Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why the preview of VMs on Microsoft Azure using Arm-based Ampere Altra processors boosts Arm’s sales and marketing momentum as well as the influence of the Arm Neoverse ecosystem after the dissolution of the $40 billion NVIDIA acquisition and before parent company Softbank’s plan to take the company public.
Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman breaks down the collapse of the NVIDIA Arm acquisition. He shares insight on how this will impact each company, investors, and the marketplace as a whole.
The proposed NVIDIA acquisition of Arm has received a mass of attention. This week, Broadcom and Marvell came out in support or the deal.
Arm has announced Armv9, which represents its newest updates to its IP portfolio used for developers and chip makers building on Arm Tech.
The Marvell-TSMC collaboration is set to pay long-term dividends for both companies. Marvell fortifies its ability to further differentiate the OCTEON portfolio in areas such as gate density, performance, and power efficiencies to drive innovation across the data infrastructure market. In turn TSMC validates its 5nm foundry credentials to further boost its supply chain influence throughout the semiconductor market – a win-win collaboration for both companies.
Rumors have emerged of a possible takeover of ARM by NVIDIA. What would this mean for ARM and for Semiconductors in general?
AWS has launched a new offering comprised of Bare Metal Arm-Based EC2 Instances to enable scale out workloads and containers. What it means for AWS, ARM as well as the competitive landscape.