It House, May 27, according to the Financial Times, while sprinting to list on the New York Stock Exchange, ARM continues to cut back on "blue sky research" (scientific research whose practical application purpose is not yet obvious).And concentrate R & D resources on more commercially rewarding products.
According to the report, ARM closed its cutting-edge research and development facility, ARM Research Institute, last year.Of all 150 engineers, only half get the chance to change jobs internally.A former ARM engineer told the Financial Times that the main reason the company chose to close the ARM research institute was to reduce investment in "blue sky research", concentrate superior resources and develop products that can see returns in the short term. This practice has also caused a lot of internal opposition, dissenting employees think it is too short-sighted.
According to people familiar with the matter, ARM Research Institute has not completely given up "Blue Sky Research" and will link the company's future business development to achieve closer ties. People familiar with the matter added that ARM will further explore a number of areas over the next 10 years.
IT House learned from the report that ARM co-founder John Biggs (John Biggs) had been responsible for promoting cooperation with universities to study chip technology.I am currently working part-time.
There are also reports that Biggs joined Pragmatic Semiconductor as an investor, a British chip company invested by ARM. As of press time, Biggs did not respond to media reports.
ARM research and development projects such as chip architecture and machine learning will be transferred to other departments within the company, while semiconductor materials, circuits and transistors will be shut down.