Nov. 16, 2023, 7:50 p.m. | Adrian Potoroaca


This week, Microsoft announced it has built two "homegrown" chips that will handle AI and general computing workloads in the Azure cloud. The announcement was made at the Ignite 2023 conference and confirms previous rumors about the existence of "Project Athena" – a custom-designed Arm-based chip that would reduce Microsoft's...

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