The UK government appears to be dissatisfied with its origins research on ARM purchases for NVIDIA. Monga Reuters reports, The Sunday Times you heard Digital and Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries has instructed the Competition & Markets Authority to investigate the “second phase” of NVIDIA’s agreement on national security issues. The announcement could come next week, The Times he said.
The second examination takes about six months. Subsequently, the authorities may suspend the agreement, approve the terms or seek to approve it.
The Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in the country has declined to comment on the matter. We asked NVIDIA for comment. The company has been focusing on its strengths so far in reducing concerns about ARM neutrality if the deal is terminated, and promises a kind of open source that treats customers fairly.
Any second study would not mention the damage to NVIDIA’s discovery. It can be said that the government has some problems, however, and that NVIDIA must be committed. At the very least, the company needs to be patient – it will not be licensed in the UK until 2022 in the first place, and it would still be eligible. wait for the other guides before completing the merger.
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