China approves AMD’s acquisition of FPGA maker Xilinx, with some conditions

Back in 2015 Intel announced that it will acquire FPGA maker Altera, a move that AMD decided to counter in October 2020 with the acquisition of Xilinx. It has taken quite a while, but China has given its approval for the deal, with some conditions.

The conditions being that AMD ensures “the flexibility and programmability of Xilinx FPGAs” and “that their development methods are compatible with ARM-based processors”…
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