Tech Giant Google aims to roll out its own CPUs for its laptops and tablets by 2023
Tech Giant Google is working on its CPUs for its most renowned Chromebook and tablet computers. This is because major tech players have recently been seeing in-house chip development as key to their competitiveness. Therefore, the US internet giant aims to roll out the CPUs for their laptops and tablets, which will predominantly run on the company's Chrome operating system. It will be launched by 2023, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Nikkei Asia.
According to the recent report, Google is also focusing on building in-house mobile processors for its Pixel smartphones, and these chips will be used in the Pixel 6 series phone. Google is now targeting the global chip-making sector by making its chips, a brilliant strategy to differentiate their offerings from their competitors and get a firm hold in this sector.
The new CPUs and the chips for the mobile processors from Google are based on the most advanced, robust, and innovative chip blueprints of Arm furnished by the Softbank-controlled UK chip company whose intellectual property is currently being used in more than 90 percent of the world's mobile devices.