Intel will take over the giant? Apparently the company is learning from its mistakes

Intel will take over the giant?  Apparently the company is learning from its mistakes

After many years of problems with the proprietary production process in 10nm and relying solely on their own companies, Intel has finally changed and began to appreciate third-party companies. It seems, however, that he values ​​his independence more than it might seem, because according to rumors, Intel will take over a giant on the semiconductor market.

Intel may acquire GlobalFoundaries in its largest ever acquisition ever

The Wall Street Journal has dug up such information, which states that Intel is currently planning its largest acquisition of another company in history. The company wants to buy GlobalFoundaries for around $ 30 billion, and it just so happens to be one of the largest semiconductor chip manufacturers in the world. GlobalFoundaries factories currently produce about 7% of all silicon chips in the world and provide them to giants like AMD, NVIDIA and Qualcomm.

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According to sources, the deal could value GlobalFoundries at around $ 30 billion. There is no guarantee that a meeting will take place and GlobalFoundries may proceed with the planned public offering.

— Cara Lombardo i Dana Cimilluca, Wall Street Journal

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This type of acquisition is part of Intel’s new plan launched in February by the company’s new CEO, Pat Gelsinger. Under his leadership, Intel’s IDM 2.0 plan is already targeting the construction of two new factories for a total of $ 20 billion in Arizona. These plans are also linked to the recently disclosed information on the plan to build a new one Intel’s European factory for 20 billion euros.

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