It’s official: Nvidia acquired AMD

This news caught us all by surprise. The entire tech industry was shaken in and out, upside-down. It’s official: Nvidia acquired AMD. There is no official statement yet from both tech giants, but it is confirmed. There were months of rumors that Nvidia was after its main competitor after failing to acquire ARM. Money can buy everything, as an old capitalistic proverb says. And that’s the case with AMD’s acquisition. Team Red was tired of competing with Nvidia and only getting less than 20 percent of the GPU market share. So, after a dazzling amount of dollars offered and a promise from Nvidia’s CEO Jensen Huang not to wear his beloved leather jacket again, the acquisition is now on.

Cool old times, don’t you think?

The future of gamers is now unknown. Monopoly is never good news. But don’t worry, Intel might come to the rescue. After the highly successful sales of its debut graphics cards, it is now ready to play man-to-man with Nvidia. A more than a worthy competitor. Inner circles spread rumors that Intel is the core reason Team Green wanted to buy AMD so badly. It saw the Team Blue as a menace. And we all know you acquire your main competitor if someone threatens your 80+ percent market share. And here we are now. An AMVidia monopoly is at the gates. We can do nothing about it.

We shall wait to see if senior Huang will keep his promise about the leather jacket. Everything is possible now. Just don’t forget that today is April Fool’s Day. This article is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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