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Tuesday, 29 September 2009 14:30

ARM mulls Globalfoundries licensing deal

Written by Fudzilla staff


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An alternative to TSMC and UMC


AMD's
Middle Eastern chip-making branch, Globalfoundries, could be on the verge of landing an interesting licensing deal with ARM.

At a media event in Taipei, Vice President of ARM's Segment Marketing Division Kevin Smith announced that the UK-based chip designer was considering a a deal with Globalfoundries.

"Global Foundries will be a viable alternative to TSMC," said Smith, but he didn't go into details.

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