The report seems to be partially backed up by the presence of a Digital Design Engineer listing on
Of course, this isn’t great news for Intel. The company currently commands 95 percent of the service processor market, and Google is its fifth largest customer. Add in the fact that AMD - which is responsible for the other five percent of server processors - is also switching to ARM technology, and you have a potential shift in the current chip-producing power structure.
It’s perhaps of little surprise, then, that Intel shares dropped by 3.1 percent following this latest report.
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