Nothing relevant to say except - what a brilliant heading - hats off for that one, Sir!!
Fabless semiconductor company Marvell has become 40 per cent bigger today by completing its $6bn Cavium gobble. As is customary in such situations, Cavium CEO Syed Ali said the merger would "unlock significant opportunities", which you'd assume would include the "synergies" also mentioned in the press release. The firms have …
"Lets hope that the Cavium engineering, quality and testing teams moves to Marvell !!"
Remember the 'synergies' ...i.e. "we've already got engineering, quality and testing teams so here's a bunch of pink slips for yours".
Anyway, ARM cores ... aren't all the cool kids doing Risc-V now?
It's called the free market. You can't shout its virtues from the rooftops when they are in your favor only to complain and grumble when they are not.
That said, I'm all for competition but, realistically, given the sheer amount of money involved in that industry, you seriously cannot expect a large number of players to survive for very long.
We're not talking pizza parlors here.
Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2021