Startup headed by Intel's ex-president releases first chips

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Startup headed by Intel's ex-president releases first chips

ARM-based processors selected by Lenovo.

Ampere Computing, the startup headed by Intel Corp's former president Renee James, on Tuesday said it released its first data center chips derived from the same underlying technology as mobile phone chips. Ampere said the new chips, which cost US$550 to US$850, have been selected by Lenovo Group ...

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