Ampere Computing is a chip company run by former Intel president Renee James. Ampere's chips are designed for use in corporate data centers — an area Intel currently dominates — and reportedly boast high memory performance and substantially lower power consumption and total cost of ownership than other offerings on the market. connectivity products: high performance, high density and low power consumption. At Ampere, we believe the future of hyperscale, cloud computing requires a new kind of approach, with hardware and software designed for the distinct requirements of the cloud software environment. In our view, this is not something that can be borrowed from legacy systems. New technology designed specifically for the cloud will drive new innovations not even imagined yet, enabling the proliferation of more apps managed in the cloud, ranging from web search and categorization; online retail; content hosting and distribution; social media; communication services; artificial intelligence and machine learning, more secure storage of content, and much more. long with its headquarters in Santa Clara, the company already has branch offices in Portland, Ore., and Taiwan and multiple chip design centers in India and Vietnam.