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 No.17808

> Amazon makes custom CPU (AWS Graviton)
> Google makes cusom CPU (Google Tensor)
> Microsoft makes custom CPU (SQ3)
> Apple makes custom CPU (M1)
> many other big tech companies announce that they are planning custom chips too
Am I the only one worried about this trend?

 No.17809

I'm sure a tech bro company will try to appeal to opsec schizos

 No.17812

Those are all derivatives of the ARM processor, ARM allows those that licence its processor design to make changes. Any ARM kernel should mostly run on all them within an ARM generation with the bulk of the differences being handled at the firmware level (so to the kernel they look mostly the same).

 No.17813

I wish we had more chinese cpus

 No.17814

Is there a way that they can make them all proprietary and not compatible with each other even tho they're on ARM architecture?

 No.17815

>>17814
That's already the case.

 No.17817

>>17815
I think he meant above the firmware level. The capitalists so far doesn't want to have port the Linux ARM kernel and software. Thus you can take a system drive from Amazon's ARM based server and slap it into a Google server and it will boot.

 No.17818

>>17813
>giving data to Chinese
Good
>Giving data to Westoids
Bad

 No.17819

>>17818
Yeah that too but cheap is importanter

 No.17820

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>>17818
>Good
*better
If you live in the West, probably, yeah. WTF is the CPC going to do with my data? Do they really have as many data centers devoted to compiling American's data as America does? I would find that hard to believe.

 No.17822

They’re just custom ARM architectures optimized for their own use cases

 No.17823

>>17822
that's what $they$ want you to think.

 No.17824

>>17823
We are not the customer (except for the M1 but ARM Linux already runs on them too). The others are for servers and they couldn't be arsed to recompile Linux ARM software for their data centres.

 No.17825

>>17822
There's nothing in the architecture, as far as I am aware, that would prevent them from doing spooky shit in the background.

 No.17826

>>17825
Malware has already found for x86 motherboard firmware that infects the UEFI to overwrite the Windows kernel in RAM.

 No.17829

>>17823
You do realize this is what ARM was meant to be in the first place, right? It’s a baseline ISA specification that’s meant to be built upon by licensees for enterprise purposes. Also, tech is never free, welcome to the world.

 No.17830

>>17813
I hear they're making some pretty neat RISC V cpus, and I think they also make the CPUs for ESP32s which are popular for hobby projects.

 No.17841

>>17829
It's meant to be implemented, not built upon. That would break interoperability.

 No.17844

>>17841
ARM isn't concerned with "interoperability", it's concerned with licensing its patents to manufacturers who use it as a base to design and build their own CPUs for any specialized purpose.

 No.17845

>>17844
They are concerned, you are not allowed to change the architecture. Every Arm processor (licensed from Arm or built from scratch) must conform to the architecture and they validate this.


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