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Now Intel wants to manufacture Apple Silicon

Intel will soon be cut out of Apple’s processor supply chain as the tech giant moves to in-house silicon designs for Mac, but the chipmaker is looking to claw its way back in as a third-party manufacturer.Intel on Tuesday announced it will invest some $20 billion to build a pair of chip fabs in Ocotillo, Arizona, with plans to dedicate at least a portion of the output to a new foundry subsidiary, reports CNBC.Called Intel Foundry Services, Intel’s new chip manufacturing arm will produce the silicon based on the company’s favored x86 architecture, as well as ARM designs like those used in Apple’s A- and M-series SoCs. Intel senior vice president Randhir Thakur is in charge of the operation. Read more…
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