In the drama that has just played out in Silicon Valley over the future of OpenAI, one side plot concerned an ambitious chip venture by its chief executive Sam Altman. Before he was ousted and reinstated to the helm of the company, Altman had sought to raise as much as $100bn from investors in the Middle East and SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son to build a rival to compete with sector giants Nvidia and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. This would be a vast undertaking. Given that the US chip designer and Taiwanese chipmaker are critical to all things generative AI, Altman is unlikely to be the only one with hopes of taking them on.
Last week, Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) reported staggering third-quarter results. Despite its reliance on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (NYSE: TSM), Nvidia’s Data Center division drove this impressive growth, allowing the company to outshine its competitors, including TSMC, as well as Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), and Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD). But, shares slumped upon news that Nvidia is delaying the launch of its new AI chip for China, touted as the most pow
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