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Google hires key chip designer from Apple to develop Chipsets

Google has enlisted John Bruno, an outstanding chip creator from Apple who ran the silicon focused investigation assemble at the Cupertino-based iPhone producer. As indicated by The Information, Bruno has chipped away at the arrangement of iPhone chips since 2012. “The employing is a piece of a fermenting exertion by Google to outline its own chipsets for buyer gadgets like the Pixel telephone,” the report said late Saturday.

As Variety revealed, Gulati declared the proceed onward his LinkedIn profile, however, it likely won’t be the last such declaration — The Verge watched that Google has a few open activity postings that arrangement with chip advancement. At the point when gone after the remark, mum was the word for Google and Apple, however, Gulati’s turn is one that is a major one.

Google hires key chip designer of Apple 

According to his LinkedIn profile, Bruno started at graphics veteran and became a chief engineer at chip manufacturer AMD before joining Apple. With this hiring, Google is aiming to develop full-fledged specialized chips for its phones. Google currently is using “Pixel Visual Core” imaging chip inside Pixel 2 smartphones. Google has Pixel and Nexus devices and the best part of those devices is software experience, such as stock Android and fast software updates.

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“If Google is able to create chips that are faster or more energy-efficient than the competition, then that would go a long way towards swaying customers to purchase their phones instead of, say, Samsung’s,” Digital Trends reported. Google has hired several experienced chip engineers from Apple in the recent past, including Manu Gulati, Wonjae (Gregory) Choi and Tayo Fadelu.

Google develop its own Chipsets

Then again, it’s not as if Google hasn’t dabbled on making its own chips — the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XLfeature the Pixel Visual Core, an image processor that went live with the Android 8.1 Oreo update.

As for the hire itself, it looks to be a smart one. Gulati worked at AMD for almost 10 years before working for Broadcom for another nine years and change. From there, he worked for Apple for almost eight years, which gives Gulati over 27 years of experience in the industry.

 

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