Nvidia (NVDA) is designing CPUs that will be able to run Microsoft’s (MSFT) operating system and use technology from Arm, Reuters reported Monday, quoting unnamed sources with knowledge of the situation.
The move is part of Microsoft’s plan to help chipmakers build Arm-based processors for computers with Windows, the report said.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is also planning to make chips for computers with Arm technology, Reuters reported, adding that Nvidia and AMD may sell the chips as soon as 2025.
Reuters said that spokespeople for Nvidia, AMD, Arm and Microsoft declined to comment.
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