Amazon takes chip production in-house

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Amazon takes chip production in-house
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Amazon takes chip production in-house

The move will enable the firm to avoid supply chain disruptions and improve its own infrastructure

Amazon is said to be working on custom networking chips for its hardware switches, to improve the company's internal infrastructure and lower its reliance on third parties. Multiple sources claim that...

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