An anticipated deal for processor maker Broadcom to buy security firm Symantec has fallen through due to the insistence of the latter on a price of US$28 per share, which was not acceptable to the former.
With Intel's processors in the news since January 2018 over CPU flaws, it should come as no surprise to see AMD urging government agencies and corporate bodies to "keep an open mind about their CPU and GPU options when purchasing their fleet of desktops, notebooks and servers".
Chip manufacturer AMD has taken a potshot at rival Intel, accusing the latter of forcing people to buy more expensive processors than they need in order to get the grunt for which they are looking, terming this impost the "Intel tax".
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