US says Nvidia-Arm deal harms market for networking, self-driving car chips

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US says Nvidia-Arm deal harms market for networking, self-driving car chips

Redacted version of complaint released.

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) argued that competition in the nascent markets for chips in self-driving cars and a new category of networking chips could be hurt if Nvidia carries out its US$80 billion (A$113 billion) purchase of Arm. Last week, the regulator said it was suing to stop ...

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