Nvidia Is Making Concessions to Get Its ARM Deal Done. Now We Wait for the Regulators.

In an aim to win the EU’s approval, Nvidia offered concessions on the $54 billion deal with chip designer ARM. The European Commission, which needs to approve the deal, has set a provisional deadline of Oct. 7 for a decision. 

UK-based ARM develops and licenses CPU designs for large chip makers like Qualcomm (QCOM). The acquisition raises industry concerns around ARM’s neutrality, and the prospects that Nvidia could become the gatekeeper for ARM’s IP and prevent other chip makers from accessing it.


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