Mie Fujitsu, CSEM to Combine DDC, Low Voltage for IoT Chips News & Analysis 4/21/2016 Post a comment Japanese chip manufacturer Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor and Swiss research institute CSEM have agreed to collaborate on Deeply Depleted Channel technology and near/sub-threshold voltage technology for integrated circuits aimed at the Internet of Things and wearables markets.
Intel Reorg Shows Clouds Ahead News & Analysis 4/20/2016 11 comments Intel's $1.2 billion plan to cut 12,000 employees amid an accelerating PC decline got a mixed reception from market watchers noting issues in memory, IoT and data center markets.
Data Centers Hit the Accelerator News & Analysis 4/15/2016 13 comments Engineers need to re-invent the server to better handle emerging jobs such as machine learning, said an executive with Microsoft’s cloud computing group.
5G Work Starts in Earnest News & Analysis 4/13/2016 1 comment This week engineers started hearing proposals on everything from radio access technologies to network architectures for 5G cellular standards expected before 2020.
VC Veteran Joins EDA Group News & Analysis 4/13/2016 Post a comment Veteran venture capitalist Lucio Lanza joined the recently renamed Electronics Systems Design Alliance as another step in the rejuvenation of the EDA trade group.
Foundry Sales Growth Slows News & Analysis 4/13/2016 Post a comment Foundry sales grew by a meager 4.4% in 2015 amid a slowdown in the overall semiconductor market, according to market research firm Gartner.
Semiconductor Forecast Slumps News & Analysis 4/8/2016 4 comments A veteran market watcher lowered his semiconductor market forecast expecting a decline of 2.13% in 2016 amid a sluggish start to the year.
Chip Market Decline Deepens News & Analysis 4/7/2016 3 comments A chip market decline that began mid-2015 looks set to continue through the first quarter of 2016 at least, with falling markets on an annual basis in all geographies except China.
Intel Disrupts Client Management News & Analysis 4/4/2016 5 comments Two, possibly three, top managers have left Intel in the aftershock of Intel’s CEO hiring a Qualcomm executive as his number two in client systems.
EDA Group Broadens Mission News & Analysis 3/31/2016 10 comments The EDA Consortium renamed itself the Electronic System Design Alliance, taking on a broader role including semiconductor IP, embedded software and advanced packaging.
Open-Source Processor Core Ready For IoT News & Analysis 3/31/2016 4 comments Researchers at ETH Zurich and the University of Bologna have developed PULPino, an open-source processor optimized for low power consumption and application in wearables and the Internet of Things.
Flash Rides HPE’s Memory Bus News & Analysis 3/29/2016 2 comments Hewlett Packard Enterprise is shipping NVDIMM-N modules, the first in a new line of persistent memory cards analysts say will bolster servers.
U.S Withdraws Apple Case News & Analysis 3/28/2016 10 comments The U.S. has withdrawn it's case forcing Apple to crack a terrorist's iPhone, but the debate of privacy vs. law enforcement continues.
Semi Market Breakdown and 2016 Forecasts News & Analysis 3/24/2016 Post a comment The 2016 global chip market will grow 0.3% compared with 2015 to reach a value of $341.0 billion, but the European region will see its part of that market contract by 1.6%, according to industry association SEMI.
Silicon Lacks Clear Metrics News & Analysis 3/24/2016 15 comments With no absolute way to compare process technologies, analysts differ over whether Intel, Samsung or TSMC provides better foundry nodes.
Apple v. Samsung: Supreme Decision Ahead News & Analysis 3/18/2016 6 comments Legal experts close to the Apple v. Samsung cases on patent infringement of the iPhone put widely varying results into a broader context of intellectual property law in software.
TSMC Details Silicon Road Map News & Analysis 3/16/2016 22 comments TSMC described its 7nm plans, likely the last stop for FinFETs, as well as its progress on 16 and 10nm nodes, and gave a glimpse at the unknown beyond it for semiconductors.
Bluetooth Gets a Boost News & Analysis 3/15/2016 3 comments Bluetooth Low Energy will get faster speeds, longer range and mesh support later this year to compete with Zigbee and 6LoWPAN.
What are the engineering and design challenges in creating successful IoT devices? These devices are usually small, resource-constrained electronics designed to sense, collect, send, and/or interpret data. Some of the devices need to be smart enough to act upon data in real time, 24/7. Specifically the guests will discuss sensors, security, and lessons from IoT deployments.