Softbank is considering partnership between its subsidiary Arm and Samsung


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At the beginning of the year, the $80 billion sale of chip designer Arm to US company Nvidia fell through.


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Tokyo/Seoul The Japanese technology investor soft bank wants with the South Korean Samsung talk about a partnership with its chip designer subsidiary Arm. soft bankCEO and founder Masayoshi Son announced on Thursday Samsung to schedule a meeting to consider a strategic alliance between the South Koreans and Arm.

Samsung Vice Jay Y. Lee had already announced on Wednesday that Masayoshi Son is expected to come to Seoul in the coming month. South Korean media had speculated that Samsung might be interested in investing in Arm. Samsung declined to comment.

Softbank had arm whose technology in the iPhone of Apple and in almost all others smart phone stuck, bought in 2016 for $32 billion. After a long struggle with the competition authorities, the $80 billion sale of the chip designer to the US group was at the beginning of the year Nvidia burst.

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