The competition for Arm’s technology is ferocious
Arm’s microchip technology can be found in almost every smartphone, as well as cars, laptops and other electronic devices. Now, as the FT’s Anna Gross reports, the Japanese-owned, UK-based company’s plan to go public has sparked a tug of war between potential investors, governments, and rivals.
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