SoftBank is reportedly considering selling the trailblazing chip design company Arm Holdings — or taking it public
- SoftBank is considering selling chip design company
Arm Holdingsor taking it public, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday citing unnamed sources.
- Arm Holdings, which Softbank acquired four years ago for $32 billion, became a dominant player in the chip market with a power-efficient architecture embraced by many mobile device manufacturers.
- The British company recently scored a big win after Apple announced that it will transition away from Intel
chipsfor its Mac computers and will instead use Arm-based architecture.
SoftBank is considering different options for the semiconductor design firm which it acquired four years ago for $32 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported citing unnamed sources. The news comes as SoftBank continues to shore up its shaky finances, as it reels from the fallout from WeWork's infamous aborted IPO plans. The company also recently sold off some of its stake in wireless carrier T-Mobile.The Japanese conglomerate has hired Goldman Sachs helping SoftBank review its options for Arm, the report said.
Arm scored a big win last month when Apple announced that it will transition away from Intel chips for its Mac computers and will instead start using Arm-based architecture.Got a tip about Arm Holdings or another tech company? Contact this reporter via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, message him on Twitter @benpimentel or send him a secure message through Signal at (510) 731-8429. You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop.
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