Microsoft is looking for an engineer to create single-chip systems

Microsoft also seems to want its own SoC for its own PC. This is hinted at by a new vacancy where the company is looking for an SoC architect for the Surface division. 

There are no particular details, but the fact itself is enough. Microsoft is practically a monopoly on the PC market in terms of the operating system, but very little is represented in it from the point of view of the PC manufacturer. That said, Surface computers are selling well. Plus, we've already seen AMD's semi-custom APUs built specifically for Surface PCs, so the idea of ​​Microsoft's own processors should make sense. 

It is also possible that Microsoft needs its own specialist precisely to develop the direction of semi-custom solutions, and not completed its own. 

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