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10 Hottest Semiconductor Companies To Watch In 2021

A look at some of the hottest chip startups and semiconductor giants in 2021 that are making big, bold moves and shaping the future of IT and beyond.

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Ampere Computing

Ampere Computing is taking advantage of Arm’s Neoverse server CPU architecture to provide processors it said are faster than Intel’s and AMD’s top chips for the cloud. Led by former Intel executive Renee James, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based semiconductor startup in 2020 revealed its 128-core Altra Max processor last year after launching the 80-core Altra a few months before. The Altra Max is set to begin volume production later this year, and it will provide the “industry’s highest socket-level performance and I/O scalability” while also providing optimal power efficiency. The company’s processors are already available in systems from Gigabyte and Wiwynn, and they also have early support from Oracle Cloud and Equinix Metal, a bare-metal cloud provider formerly known as Packet.

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