China making its own x86 based processor based on Zen architecture by AMD
Tom’s Hardware reports suggest that the main processors are the extended result of a technology x86 IP licensing deal among AMD and its Chinese partners. While the US technology giant said that it may not sell final chip designs and architecture to these Chinese firms, and it allows them to form their own modified processors made especially for the country’s server market purpose.
The Dhyana chips are told to be virtually identical and same to AMD’s EPYC CPUs, with the small difference having the unique vendor IDs and family serials numbers.
The US had formed rules relating to the policy of company mergers and acquisitions that obstruct and stop China from developing its own advanced chips, yet despite these rules, AMD announced a joint collaboration in China back in 2016 that may be seen processors based technology on its own CPUs developed in the country. The deal has increased $293 million to the US firm’s and companies coffers, and AMD will also get royalties based on its future unit sales.
Read our latest post: Everything about the itty bitty site
This agreement suggests that the final technology products, which must be “specifically design and tailored keeping in minds of the Chinese server market,” can only be sold inside of China. To stay under the very legal boundaries, of a targeted setup of the multiple licensing and reviewing ownership agreements between AMD and its Chinese partners are in the process
Finally, Intel had bad news in Hygon’s chips. The Made In China 2025 initiative, which is aiming to turn the country future from the world’s producer into a global technology leader and financer, has seen huge incentives and investment offered to local chip manufactures for increasing domestic chip production.
Like and Follow Us
Like us on facebook: Techyaapa
Follow Us on Twitter: Techyaapa
Visit Our Site for more news: Techyaapa.com (for news related the latest technology and gadget leaks)