Home / Regulatory Reporting / Microsoft developing its own chips for the Surface lineup, says a report Microsoft developing its own chips for the Surface lineup, says a report MIFID II Reporter December 19, 2020 Regulatory Reporting No Comments Angela Lang/CNET Microsoft is working on a homemade chip to power its Surface line of computers, according to a report Friday from Bloomberg News. This is in addition to the tech giant exploring processor designs for its server computers running Microsoft‘s cloud services, the report said, citing unnamed sources. The moves are part of a bid to end reliance on Intel’s chips, Bloomberg said. Microsoft is reportedly using Arm designs for the data center processor. Read more: The best laptops of 2020 Microsoft said it’s “continuing to invest” in silicon design, manufacturing and tools. “[We’re] also fostering and strengthening partnerships with a wide range of chip providers,” said Frank Shaw, Microsoft communications corporate vice president. Apple recently unveiled a line of homemade M1 processors for MacBooks, in its own move away from Intel. Discover the latest news and best reviews in smartphones and carriers from CNET’s mobile experts. Source link Tweet Related Posts FIRST HORIZON CORP : Regulation FD Disclosure, Financial Statements and Exhibits (form 8-K) No Comments Pandemic at top of global regulators’ agenda No Comments RBI plans to tighten scrutiny of large NBFCs by upgrading its regulatory policies No Comments Prosecution for dog fouling offences in Fazeley No Comments Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.