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Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm protest Nvidia's acquisition of Arm

Alphabet Inc's Google, Microsoft Corp. and Qualcomm Inc. are among companies worried about the $40 billion deal and are urging antitrust officials to intervene

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Google | Nvidia | Microsoft

David McLaughlin Ian King & Dina Bass | Bloomberg 



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The acquisition would give Nvidia control over a critical supplier that licenses essential chip technology to the likes of Apple, Intel, Samsung Electronics, Amazon.com and China’s Huawei

Some of the world’s largest technology companies are complaining to US antitrust regulators about Corp’s acquisition of Arm because the deal will harm competition in an area of the industry that is vital to their businesses.

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First Published: Tue, February 16 2021. 00:54 IST

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