New chipmaker unveils a new way to make an IC
The new chipmaker, ARM, has introduced a new chip with the goal of making ICs in small batches.
The company said on Thursday that it was building a small production line for small ICs at its plant in South Carolina, and it was selling a small number of the chips in an online sale.
ARM did not provide any details on the chip’s size.
ARM is not the only chipmaker to sell tiny ICs, but it is the first to do so with the new chip.
ARM said that the chip was designed with low-power, low-cost manufacturing, a new design strategy for making chips.
ARM has also been focusing on selling chips in bulk, making them smaller and easier to assemble.
ARM also said that it planned to start selling ICs with a larger manufacturing footprint and with a more modular design.
ARM was founded in 1999 by three researchers from Silicon Valley, including co-founders Sebastian Thrun and Andrew Ng.
The chipmaker’s chips have become a hot commodity in recent years, thanks to their low-price, low power, and low-overhead designs.
ARM chips have also become popular in other markets, such as in healthcare, as well as embedded chips for consumer electronics.
The new chips will make up part of ARM’s “OpenBios” project, a collaborative effort to create a microcontroller that uses the same architecture as a typical smartphone.
ARM announced the new chips in its annual report for its second quarter, in which the company said that its chipmaker had more than $1 billion in revenue for the second quarter.
ARM shares have fallen more than 6% this year, on a decline that has coincided with its efforts to make smaller chips and move to new markets.