Connect with us


EU wants warranty that NVidia accepts competitors in the ARM deal

Brussels is concerned that Nvidia does not make sufficient concessions in the acquisition of ARM to limit possible damage to competitors.

One source says that it is not certain that Brussels will simply agree to the deal. Regulators would be particularly sceptical about Nvidia’s promise that competitors will continue to have access to ARM’s products after the deal is concluded. Whether or not the deal will eventually get the green light is not clear at this stage, the sources say.

Nvidia would like to prepare the papers this week to ask for approval from Brussels. The Japanese Softbank sells British Arm Holding for about $ 40 billion to US-based Nvidia.

Newsletter Signup

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Central Asia and Europe should strengthen human rights partnership


Police launch major operation after controversial music video in Brussels


Belgian Beer World is the new Brussels beer experience @BourseBeurs


Bomb scare closes schools in Brussels and Walloon Brabant


Newsletter Signup

Copyright © Brussels Post News

Newsletter Signup