• Nvidia, AMD and Intel are leading an unprecedented $100 billion wave of acquisitions as the cloud and AI change the chip market: 'The biggest year for consolidation ever

    2 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Big merger deals, once rare in the semiconductor industry, have been accelerating as chip giants jockey for position in a rapidly shifting market.
    And the buying spree has picked up steam in the last few months with back-to-back deals worth $100 billion in total.
    Over the past few years, major chip makers, led by Nvidia, AMD and Intel, have been on a buying spree, gobbling up or making bold, even surprising, bids for companies, including startups and longtime industry players.
    "The semiconductor industry has been on fire this year," Charles Wuischpard, CEO of chip...
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  • Semiconductor salaries revealed: Here's how much Nvidia, Intel, AMD, and Micron pay engineers, data scientists, directors, and more

    Semiconductor salaries revealed: Here's how much Nvidia, Intel, AMD, and Micron pay engineers, data scientists, directors, and more

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

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    The semiconductor industry has been growing rapidly as the rise of technologies like cloud computing and artificial intelligence spark stronger demand for more powerful computer processors.
    Intel, the world's biggest chipmaker, is facing stiffer competition from rivals led by AMD and Nvidia, which are challenging its dominance in the lucrative data center chip market and outpacing the Silicon Valley giant in AI. Memory chip giant Micron has also benefitted from strong demand for memory processors.
    The competition has also led to heightened competition for talent...
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