It seems like the chip war between Intel and ARM is slowly winding down, at least for the time being.
Intel for decades has doggedly sworn by chips based on its homegrown x86 architecture, but the company is putting a 64-bit ARM processor in its new Stratix 10 FPGA (field-programmable gate array), which was announced on Tuesday.
The FPGA — based on Altera technology — can be reprogrammed to do a wide variety of server or network tasks. It can also run algorithms for machine learning.
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