AMD on Monday said it plans to buy startup Pensando for $1.9 billion, a move that will intensify AMD’s competition with Intel and Nvidia in a new class of data center infrastructure chip. Started by a group of former Cisco executives, Pensando’s core products are all powered by a custom chip that acts as a sort of traffic cop inside data centers, telling data where to go and issuing orders on...
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