ARM Holdings plc (LON:ARM) has acquired graphics company Geomerics. Geomerics is a gaming graphics technology company that is known for developing an illumination engine called Enlighten. Enlighten is used for creating photo-realistic lighting technology for high-end games like Need for Speed: The Run and Battlefield 4, according to Engadget.
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ARM Holdings plc (LON:ARM) has announced today that they have acquired Sensinode Oy, a company that offers software technology for the Internet of things (IoT). Sensinode is known for creating the 6LoWPAN and CoAP standards for low cost low power devices. ARM will continue commercially offering Sensinode’s NanoStack and NanoService products to existing and new customers.
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Warren East, the CEO of ARM Holdings Plc, is stepping down from the company. ARM Holdings is a chip-design company that supplies components for Apple’s iPhone and iPad. East has been working as the CEO for around 12 years. East will be stepping down on July 1st, but he plans to continue working in the technology industry.
ARM Holdings plc, the British semiconductor and software company based in Cambridge, England has reported their Q4 results. Even though the PC market is struggling, ARM still reported some solid results for the quarter ending December 31, 2012.
Toshiba Corporation previously indicated that they were planning to sell computer and tablet devices based on the Microsoft Windows RT operating system because of a delay in getting their hands on components. Instead Toshiba will focus on building computers built on the Windows 8 operating system with Intel hardware.
Samsung will be releasing a handheld computer that runs on the Windows RT operating system in October according to sources with Bloomberg. The Windows RT handheld computer will run on technology made by ARM Holdings Plc (ARM).
According to Brooke Crothers at CNET, Microsoft tablets that run on ARM-based chips may hit some snags when being released. Microsoft’s manufacturing partners like HP are struggling to get the ARM-based Windows RT operating system working perfectly.
Hewlett Packard Company will not be using chips made by ARM Holdings Plc when building tablets that will be powered by the Windows 8 operating system. Instead HP will focus on x86 chips. Two of the biggest companies that are building x86 chips include Intel and AMD. Microsoft will be releasing their own ARM-based tablet, which will help ARM Holdings feel less of a blow when losing HP’s business.