Microsoft hires leading Apple engineer to work on in-house server chips

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Microsoft hires leading Apple engineer to work on in-house server chips
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Microsoft hires leading Apple engineer to work on in-house server chips

Second chip guru to leave Apple in a week

Microsoft has hired a key Apple engineer to design its own chips for its servers, marking the second senior departure from Apple's chip team in recent weeks. Citing people with knowledge of the ...

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