ARM Revenue and Growth Statistics (2023)

Key ARM user stats. Includes data on ARM's valuation, revenue, investments, number of employees, and more.
ARM Revenue and Growth Statistics (2023)
Last updated on:
November 7, 2022

Key Stats about ARM

  • ARM's net sales in the 2021 fiscal year were approximately USD 2.7 billion, up from USD 1.81 billion in the previous fiscal year.
  • On 5 September 2016, Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group completed the transaction to buy ARM for £23.4 billion (US$32 billion).
  • ARM was valued at $80 billion in late 2021 amid the deal with NVIDIA.
  • As of 2021, ARM revenue hit USD 2.7 billion.
  • In 2021, Arm reported shipped 29 billion Arm-based chips.
  • Arm Holdings has acquired 19 organizations. Their most recent acquisition was Falanx Microsystems on Jun 23, 2020.
  • Arm Holdings has made 22 investments. Their most recent investment was on Jun 7, 2022, when Arduino raised $32 million.
  • In December 2021, Arm’s licensees reported shipments of 7.8 billion Arm-based chips.

Source: Statista 1, Statista 2, BBC, Silicon Republic

About ARM (Company)

Arm is a company designing chips (micrprocessors) and other technoloy & software. Let's have a look at their earnings and more interesting data!

Key StatsKey Info
Date founded27 November 1990
IndustrySemiconductors
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanySoftBank Group
HeadquartersCambridge, England, UK
FoundersJamie Urquhart, Mike Muller, Tudor Brown, Lee Smith, John Biggs, Harry Oldham, Dave Howard, Pete Harrod, Harry Meekings, Al Thomas, Andy Merritt, David Seal.
Key peopleRene Haas (CEO)
ProductsMicroprocessor designs, graphics processing unit (GPU) designs and neural processing unit (NPU) designs
RevenueUSD2.7 billion
Valuation$80 billion (2021)
Net Sales$2 billion
Number of employees6,950
URLwww.arm.com

Source: Statista 1, Statista 2, BBC, Silicon Republic

ARM Valuation

ARM was valued at $80 billion in 2021 amid the deal with NVIDIA.

YearValuation
2021$80 billion
2020$40 billion

Currently, there have only been two valuations of ARM.

The first ARM valuation was of $40 billion in 2020, and then the second one was one year after, when the number doubled.

Source: Reuters, Forbes

ARM Revenue

As of 2021, ARM revenue hit USD 2.7 billion.

YearRevenue
2021USD2.7 billion
2020USD2 billion
2019USD1.9 billion
2018USD1.84 billion
2017USD1.83 billion
2016USD1.69 billion
2015USD1.56 billion

In 2020, ARM first reached the milestone of $2 billion of revenue. Before that, the number was slowly growing with each new year.

Looking at the data, we can say that ARM's revenue was always pretty much slow(er) but steady.

Source: Softbank, Statista, Digitimes, Gizmo China

ARM Net Sales

ARM's net sales in the 2021 fiscal year were approximately USD2 billion, up from USD1.81 billion in the previous fiscal year.

YearNet Sales
2022$719 million (Q1 of 2022)
2021$2 billion
2020$1.81 billion
2019$1.79 billion
2018$1.76 billion
2017$1.69 billion

As for the net sales, they are also slow but steady as well. As of 2017 ARM's net sales were always of over $1.69 billion.

Source: Statista 1, Statista 2

ARM EBITDA

Regarding EBITDA, the table below shows ARM's situation in the 2017-2022 Q1 interval.

YearNet Sales
2022$719 million (Q1 of 2022)
2021$2 billion
2020$1.81 billion
2019$1.79 billion
2018$1.76 billion
2017$1.69 billion

Source: Softbank

How many ARM-based chips were shipped?

In 2021, Arm reported shipped 29 billion Arm-based chips.

YearNumber of ARM chip shipments
202129.2 billion ARM chip shipments
202025 billion ARM chip shipments
201922.8 billion ARM chip shipments
201822.7 billion ARM chip shipments
201721.3 billion ARM chip shipments
2016 (Q4)5.1 billion ARM chip shipments

ARM shipped more chips with each new year. I nfact, every new year has at least 1 more billion chips shipped compared to the previous year.

Source: Statista, ARM

ARM Acquisitions

ARM has acquired 19 organizations. Their most recent acquisition was Falanx Microsystems on Jun 23, 2020.

Acquiree NameAnnounced DatePriceTransaction Name
Falanx MicrosystemsJun 23, 2020Falanx Microsystems acquired by Arm Holdings
Stream TechnologiesJun 12, 2018Stream Technologies acquired by Arm Holdings
SimulityJul 2017Simulity acquired by Arm Holdings
NextG-ComFeb 22, 2017NextG-Com acquired by Arm Holdings
MistbaseFeb 20, 2017Mistbase acquired by Arm Holdings
Allinea SoftwareDec 16, 2016Allinea Software acquired by Arm Holdings
ApicalMay 18, 2016$350MApical acquired by Arm Holdings
Carbon Design SystemsOct 19, 2015Carbon Design Systems acquired by Arm Holdings
Sansa SecurityJul 30, 2015$70MSansa Security acquired by Arm Holdings
WicentricApr 16, 2015Wicentric acquired by Arm Holdings

The list above highlights all of the 19 companies acquired by ARM.

Source: Crunchbase

ARM Investments

ARM has made 22 investments. Their most recent investment was on Jun 7, 2022, when Arduino raised $32 million.

Announced DateOrganization NameLead InvestorFunding RoundMoney Raised
Jun 7, 2022ArduinoSeries B - Arduino$32M
Oct 18, 2021PragmatIC SemiconductorYesSeries C - PragmatIC Semiconductor$80M
Oct 1, 2020Cerfe LabsSeed Round - Cerfe Labs
Dec 20, 2019SwimSeries B - Swim$7M
May 3, 2019Blu WirelessYesVenture Round - Blu Wireless£12.7M
Apr 11, 2019Ampere ComputingVenture Round - Ampere Computing
Aug 1, 2018Centrillion TechnologiesYesCorporate Round - Centrillion Technologies
Jun 5, 2018Ambiq MicroNoVenture Round - Ambiq Micro$11.4M
Jun 1, 2018SeeChangeYesPre Seed Round - SeeChange
Apr 27, 2018Civil MapsYesSeries A - Civil Maps$10M

The table shows you how there were 5 lead investors in the 2018-2022 interval.

Source: Crunchbase

ARM Diversity Investments

Arm Holdings has made 2 diversity investments. Their most recent diversity investment was on Apr 11, 2019, when Ampere Computing raised.

Announced DateOrganization NameDiversity Spotlight (US Headquarters Only)Funding Round
Apr 11, 2019Ampere ComputingWomen Founded, Women LedVenture Round - Ampere Computing
Jun 1, 2016uSensWomen FoundedSeries A - uSens

Source: Crunchbase

Who are ARM Licensees?

ARM Licensees are companies with licenses from ARM to manufacture and integrate into their own System on chip (SoC) with other components.

ARM licenses IP to over 1,000 global partners (including Samsung, Apple, and Microsoft and other big names).

How many ARM licensees are there?

In 2021, there were 160 licensees. That's 15 less licensees than in 2020!

YearNumber of licensees
2021160 licensees
2020175 licensees
2019147 licensees
2018125 licensees
2017141 licensees
2016113 licensees
2015182 licensees

We currently don't know any 100% confirmed information about ARM's licensees in 2022 or 2023, but as soon as data comes out, we'll publish it here.

Source: Strategyzer, Softbank, Softbank 2, Softbank 3

How many people work at ARM?

There are 6,950 employees at ARM (2022). With each new year, there are a few hundred more people starting to work for ARM.

YearNumber of Employees
20226,950 employees
20216,500 employees
20206,250 employees
20196,000 employees
20185,987 employees
20175,886 employees
20164,852 employees
20154,064 employees

Note how the number of employees at ARM went up by over 2,000 in the course of 7 years (2015-2022).

Source: Softbank, ARM, The Guardian, Silicon, Zippia

Who founded ARM?

The founders of ARM are: Jamie Urquhart, Mike Muller, Tudor Brown, Lee Smith, John Biggs, Harry Oldham, Dave Howard, Pete Harrod, Harry Meekings, Al Thomas, Andy Merritt, and David Seal.

Source: Web Archive

Where is the ARM office located?

ARM global offices are located around the world.

Asia Pacific office locations

Regarding ARM' East-Asian offices: 3 of them are in China, 2 in India, 1 in Japan, 1 in South Korea, and 2 in Taiwan.

Country/RegionCityAddress
ChinaShanghai11, Shanghai Business Park III No. 1016 Tianlin Road Minhang District Shanghai 200233 P.R. of China
ChinaBeijingRoom 913-917, Ideal Plaza, 58 West Road, North 4th Ring Road, Haidian District, Beijing 100080 P.R. of China
ChinaShenzhenTower D, China Resources Land, No.19 Kefa Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
IndiaBangaloreBagmane World Technology Center- SEZ, Citrine Block 5th and 6th Floor, Marathahalli Outer Ring Road, Doddanakundi Village, Mahadevapura, Bangalore -560048, Karnataka, India
IndiaNoida8th Floor, Tower C, Logix Cyber Park, C28 & 29, Sector 62, Noida - 201309, Uttar Pradesh, India
JapanYokohamaShinyokohama Square Bldg. 17F 2-3-12 Shin-yokohama Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi Kanagawa 222-0033, Japan
S. KoreaSeoul7th Floor KyungDong B/D 4, SunaeRo 46 BeonGil BunDangGu, SeongNamSi GyeonGiDo, Korea 13595
TaiwanHsinchuNo.5, Gongye E. 7th Rd., East Dist., Hsinchu City 300 30078 Taiwan (R.O.C.)
TaiwanTaipeiNo. 55, Zouzi St., Neihu Dist., Taipei City, 114, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Source: ARM

Europe, Middle East, and Africa office locations

ARM has quite a lot of offices in the United Kingdom and a few others around Europe, Middle East and Africa. See all of them below:

CountryCityAddress
United KingdomGlobal Headquarters - CambridgeGlobal Headquarters: 110 Fulbourn Road, Cambridge, CB1 9NJ, United Kingdom
United KingdomCambridgeCPC1 - Capital Park, Cambridge Road, Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire, CB21 5XE, United Kingdom
FranceSophia Antipolis738 Avenue de Roumanille 06410 Biot - Sophia Antipolis, France
GermanyGrasbrunnBretonischer Ring 16, D-85630 Grasbrunn, Germany
HungaryBudapestCorvin Crystal Tower (5th floor), 1082 Budapest, Futó u. 43-45, Hungary
IrelandGalway2nd Floor, Lyrr Building 3, Mervue Business & Technology Park, Galway, H91 THP4 Ireland
IsraelRa'anana24 Zarhin Street, POB 4334, Ra'anana, 4366249, Israel
NorwayTrondheimOlav Tryggvassons gt. 39-41, 7011 Trondheim, Norway
SloveniaSentjernejObrtna cesta 18, SL-8310 Sentjernej, Slovenia
SwedenLundEmdalavägen 6, SE-223 69 Lund, Sweden
United KingdomManchester11 Portland Street, Manchester, M1 3HU, United Kingdom
United KingdomSheffieldCity Gate, 8 St Mary's Gate, Sheffield, S1 4LW, United Kingdom
United KingdomWarwickThe Innovation Centre, Warwick Technology Park, Gallows Hill, Warwick, CV34 6UW, United Kingdom

Source: ARM

North America office locations

At the moment, all of ARM's office locations in North America are within the United States.

Country/StateCityAddress
CaliforniaUS Headquarters - San Jose120 Rose Orchard Way, San Jose, CA 95134-1358
ArizonaChandler3075 West Ray Road, Suite 500, Chandler, AZ 85226
MassachusettsWaltham100 5th Avenue, Suite 5010, Waltham, MA 02451
TexasAustinEncino Trace, 5707 Southwest Pkwy Bld 1 Suite 100, Austin, TX 78735
TexasRichardson2140 Lake Park Blvd, Suite 301, Richardson, TX 75080

Source: ARM

How many chips ARM licensees shipments are there?

In December 2021, Arm’s licensees reported shipments of 7.8 billion ARM-based chips.

Below you can see a list of processors that were shipped worldwide throughout the 2015-2021 interval.

Breakdown by processor (million)2015201620172018201920202021
Classic (Arm7, Arm9, Arm11)517500499499---
Cortex-A265290334363---
Cortex-R657894106---
Cortex-M3634254825394,2004,400-
Mali138149168187---
Total (x 1,000,000)1,3481,4421,5771,6746,4006,7007,800

Source: Softbank, ARM, ARM 2, Statista

Where are ARM chips shipped? (Countries)

ARM chips are shipped all over the world. Most of them go to the United Kingdom (19.71%) and United States (15.78%).

CountryPercentage
United Kingdom19.71%
United States15.78%
China12.65%
India7.59%
Taiwan3.59%
Others40.69%

Note how lots of chips go to China as well: 12.65%!

Source: Similar Web

ARM processor market share (semiconductors market)

In 2019, ARM's market processor share was 34% with a market value of $138 billion.

MarketsMarket ShareMarket Value
Controller in IoT Devices90.00%$4 billion
Microcontrollers/SIM Cards25.00%$10 billion
Consumer Electronics42.00%$15 billion
Other chips38.00%$11 billion
All chips with processors34.00%$138 billion

Above you can see other markets, shares, and values within the seminconductors market.

Source: Softbank

ARM market share across key technology markets

MarketsPercentage of market share
Mobile application processors90%
Network equipment32%
Data centre/ cloud5%
IoT application processor90%
In-vehicle infotainment and driver assistance75%

Source: Statista

How does ARM make money?

ARM makes most of its money through the royalties it collects every time a company makes a chip using its design. And thanks to the company’s market dominance, over 160 billion chips have been made based on ARM designs as of last year.

In SoftBank’s Annual Report for 2021, it was stated that ARM’s technology royalties had grown 16.7% year-on-year.

ARM’s non-royalty revenue is taken from the licenses for processor designs to other semiconductor companies. These companies pay an up-front fee to gain access to the technology – and then a subsequent royalty on every chip that uses one of the designs.

Source: City Index

Who uses ARM chips?

Since ARM processors are a form of architecture, there is no one manufacturer for them. This technology is used by both Apple and Android on their mobile devices, whereas Intel is used on computers.

Also, ARM has long-powered portable devices, whereas Intel is a relative newcomer. ARM stands for Advanced RISC Machines. Qualcomm, Samsung and Nvidia all have combined their GPUs with Arm-licensed CPUs.

Source: Atatus

What are the series of ARM processors available?

Below you can see a list of all the ARM processors available on the market.

Product familyARM architectureProcessor
StrongARM(Digital)ARMv4SA-110
SA-1100derivative of the SA-11016 KB / 8 KB, MMU
Faraday[74](Faraday Technology)ARMv4FA510
FA526Up to 32 KB / 32 KB cache, MMU1.26 MIPS/MHz166-300 MHz
FA6268-stage pipeline32 KB / 32 KB cache, MMU
ARMv5TEFA606TE5-stage pipeline
FA626TE8-stage pipeline32 KB / 32 KB cache, MMU
FMP626TE8-stage pipeline, SMP1.43 MIPS/MHz500 MHz
FA726TE13 stage pipeline, dual issue2.4 DMIPS/MHz1000 MHz
XScale(Intel / Marvell)ARMv5TEXScale
BulverdeWireless MMX, wireless SpeedStep added32 KB / 32 KB, MMU
MonahansWireless MMX2 added32 KB / 32 KB L1, optional L2 cache up to 512 KB, MMU
Sheeva(Marvell)ARMv5Feroceon
Jolteon5-8 stage pipeline, dual-issue32 KB / 32 KB, MMU
PJ1 (Mohawk)5-8 stage pipeline, single-issue, Wireless MMX232 KB / 32 KB, MMU
ARMv6 / ARMv7-APJ46-9 stage pipeline, dual-issue, Wireless MMX2, SMP
Snapdragon(Qualcomm)ARMv7-AScorpion
Krait1, 2, or 4 cores. ARM / Thumb / Thumb-2 / DSP / SIMD / VFPv4 FPU / NEON (128-bit wide)4 KB / 4 KB L0, 16 KB / 16 KB L1, 512 KB L2 per core
ARMv8-AKryo4 cores.
Ax(Apple)ARMv7-ASwift
ARMv8-ACyclone2 cores. ARM / Thumb / Thumb-2 / DSP / SIMD / VFPv4 FPU / NEON / TrustZone / AArch64. Out-of-order, superscalar.
ARMv8-ATyphoon2 or 3 cores. ARM / Thumb / Thumb-2 / DSP / SIMD / VFPv4 FPU / NEON / TrustZone / AArch64
ARMv8-ATwister2 cores. ARM / Thumb / Thumb-2 / DSP / SIMD / VFPv4 FPU / NEON / TrustZone / AArch64
ARMv8-AHurricane and ZephyrHurricane: 2 or 3 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 6-decode, 6-issue, 9-wideZephyr: 2 or 3 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar.
ARMv8.2-AMonsoon and MistralMonsoon: 2 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 7-decode, ?-issue, 11-wideMistral: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar. Based on Swift.
ARMv8.3-AVortex and TempestVortex: 2 or 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 7-decode, ?-issue, 11-wideTempest: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 3-decode. Based on Swift.
ARMv8.4-ALightning and ThunderLightning: 2 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 7-decode, ?-issue, 11-wideThunder: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar.
ARMv8.5-AFirestorm and IcestormFirestorm: 2 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 8-decode, ?-issue, 14-wideIcestorm: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 4-decode, ?-issue, 7-wide.
ARMv8.5-AAvalanche and BlizzardAvalanche: 2 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 8-decode, ?-issue, 14-wideBlizzard: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 4-decode, ?-issue, 8-wide.
ARMv8.5-AEverest and SawtoothEverest: 2 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 8-decode, ?-issue, 14-wideSawtooth: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 4-decode, ?-issue, 8-wide.
Mx(Apple)ARMv8.5-AFirestorm and Icestorm
ARMv8.5-AAvalanche and BlizzardAvalanche: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 8-decode, ?-issue, 14-wideBlizzard: 4 cores. AArch64, out-of-order, superscalar, 4-decode, ?-issue, 8-wide.
X-Gene(Applied Micro)ARMv8-AX-Gene
Denver(Nvidia)ARMv8-ADenver
Carmel(Nvidia)ARMv8.2-ACarmel
ThunderX(Cavium)ARMv8-AThunderX
K12(AMD)ARMv8-AK12
Exynos(Samsung)ARMv8-AM1 ("Mongoose")
ARMv8-AM2 ("Mongoose")4 cores. AArch64, 4-wide, quad-issue, superscalar, out-of-order
ARMv8-AM3 ("Meerkat")4 cores, AArch64, 6-decode, 6-issue, 6-wide. superscalar, out-of-order
ARMv8.2-AM4 ("Cheetah")2 cores, AArch64, 6-decode, 6-issue, 6-wide. superscalar, out-of-order
ARMv8.2-AM5 ("Lion")2 cores, AArch64, 6-decode, 6-issue, 6-wide. superscalar, out-of-order

Source: Intel, Anand Tech 1, Qualcomm, Anand Tech 2, Anand Tech 3, Anand Tech 4, PC World, Anand Tech 5, NVidia, Golem, WCCF Tech, Anand Tech 6, Anand Tech 7, Anand Tech 8, Anand Tech 9, ARM, ARM 2

What products does ARM make?

ARM's products are used in a lot of industries. For example, some of them are in the automotive safety industry, while others are used for mobiles and graphics.

See the full list of industries below.

IoT, ML and EmbeddedC/C++ software development tools and operating systems for developing and optimizing on Arm Cortex-M IoT devices.• Arm Virtual Hardware • Keil Studio Cloud • CMSIS • Keil MDK • Arm Embedded Compiler for Functional Safety • FuSa Runtime System (RTS) • ULINK Probes
Automotive and Functional SafetyC/C++ software development tools, operating systems and safety qualification for developing and optimizing on any Arm CPU.• Arm Development Studio • Arm Embedded Compiler for Functional Safety • FuSa Runtime System (RTS) • Certified C Library • Software Test libraries • Fixed Virtual Platforms • Arm DSTREAM Probes
HPCCross-platform tools for developing and optimizing high-performance applications. Port and speed up the runtime of highly scalable software.• Arm Forge (cross-platform) • Arm Performance Libraries • Arm C/C++ Compiler for Linux • Arm Fortran Compiler
Mobile and GraphicsFor the development and analysis of OpenGL ES, OpenCL and Vulkan graphics and compute software for Arm Mali GPU based systems.• Arm Mobile Studio • OpenGL ES Emulator

Source: ARM

Frequently Asked Questions about ARM

  • What are ARM-based devices?

ARM processors are a family of central processing units (CPUs) based on a reduced instruction set computer (RISC) architecture. ARM stands for Advanced RISC Machine.

  • What is the latest ARM processor?

Armv9 – The Next Generation of Arm Architecture. The new Armv9 architecture will form the leading edge of the next 315 billion Arm-based chips.

  • Do smartphones use ARM processors?

Arm CPUs are the leading smartphone processor IP on the market today. 95 per cent of premium smartphones are powered by Arm. Arm GPUs deliver first-rate performance and efficiency for your smartphone. Corelink Interconnect: CI-700 provides improved energy efficiency and system performance.

  • What are ARM processor States?

In the ARM state, 16 general registers and one or two status registers are accessible at any one time. The registers available to the programmer in each mode, in the ARM state, are illustrated in Figure 2.

  • Who owns ARM?

ARM is owned by Japanese conglomerate Softbank, whose portfolio also includes 400 other companies, such as office-sharing firm WeWork, Uber-competitor Grab and used-car company Auto1. The company has a total market cap of $76.61 billion as of March 2022, making it among the top 200 most valuable companies worldwide.

Source: City Index

  • Who are ARM’s competitors?

ARM's main competitors are still the likes of IBM, Intel and AMD who also produce semiconductor chips. Although, ARM no longer has any significant competition within the smartphone chip space.

In terms of graphic processing units (GPUs), ARM faces competition from other giants like NVIDIA, Qualcomm and Intel. Although it is worth pointing out that for the most part, these other manufacturers have combined their proprietary GPUs with ARM-licensed designs.

Source: City Index

  • How to trade the ARM IPO

Once ARM has been listed, you’ll be able to trade its shares in the same way as any other stock on the market.

  • What does ARM do?

ARM is a British semiconductor chip company, whose primary business is designing processors and other chips, as well as systems and platforms. ARM doesn’t manufacture computer processors itself but sells licenses to other production firms. It describes itself as the R&D department for the entire semiconductor industry.

ARM was spun out of a computing company called Acorn Computers in 1990. At the time, the company was part of a joint venture with Apple, which would make chips for the US titan’s first handheld computer. But the venture flopped, leading Apple to sell its 43% stake in ARM – the proceeds of which it used to buy NeXT – an American technology company founded by Apple’s former-CEO Steve Jobs.

Shortly afterwards, Nokia started using ARM-based solutions, and by the end of the 90s, so had the rest of the mobile-phone manufacturing industry, including Apple. Upon his return to the company, Jobs started using ARM-based chip designs as the basis for the first iPod, iPhone and iPad.

Eventually, ARM was bought by SoftBank in 2016 for $24 billion – a 43% premium over ARM’s share price at the time. SoftBank had to take on more debt to finance the deal, which many questioned at the time, but its gamble was spot on as ARM chips soared in popularity.

ARM’s designs are now found in a huge range of devices, such as tablets, computers, smart TVs, smart homes, electric vehicles, drones, electronic passports, and even automatic streetlights. Its technology is found in around 95% of the world’s smartphones – including Apple, Android and Samsung – and 95% of chips designed in China.

  • How much is ARM worth?

ARM was valued at $80 billion in late 2021 amid the deal with NVIDIA. The value of the sale was directly tied to NVIDIA’s stock price as SoftBank would be taking a 10% stake in the US firm. The deal’s valuation was originally set at $40 billion, but during the global chip shortage, NVIDIA’s share price shot up and so did ARM’s valuation.

Although, the company’s valuation is unlikely to come close to this deal on public markets. ARM hasn’t disclosed its finances, but a report from Bloomberg expects the company to be worth between $25-35 billion. That’s based on its most recent revenue reports of $2.5 billion.

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