ARM president Tudor Brown announced on Thursday that he will be stepping down in May. ARM has shipped more than 15 billion chips “based on ARM-processor technology” since the company was founded in 1990. “I am very proud to have been so closely involved in building ARM to be the highly successful and respected company that it is today,” said Mr. Brown said in a statement.
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