President of Qualcomm: we will not abandon data center processor business.


President of Qualcomm: we will not abandon data center processor business.

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Sina Technology News Beijing morning on June 13th morning, the chief executive of Qualcomm said the company was not prepared to give up its plan for developing data processors.

As the largest mobile phone chip manufacturer today, Qualcomm introduced some server chips using ARM architecture last year. The move will directly compete with Intel, the dominant company in the field, which currently has about half of its revenue from servers and other "data center" chips.

But Bloomberg reported in May this year that Qualcomm is considering whether to sell or shut down the server chip business. High Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon (Cristiano Amon) said on Monday that the company did lay off the business, but still wanted to keep the business running, focusing on the big Internet Co in the United States and China.

"We did not consider strategic options. We will not sell them. We are still concerned about this business." Amon told the Reuters.

Qualcomm still refused to disclose whether the company had considered selling the server chip business before. But Qualcomm CEO Steve Molenkov (Steve Mollenkopft) said at a conference call in April that they were considering reducing costs in non core business areas. (Qiao Fu)


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