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3D Printing Goes Mainstream
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4/27/2016   1 comment
3D printing has serious uses now and promises to revitalize production by bringing creative designs and small-lot printing to many industries.
AMD Licenses X86 to China JV
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4/21/2016   15 comments
AMD struck a joint venture partnership to provide next-generation x86 server technology to a China partner for $292 million.
China’s Chip Patent Growth May Be Short Lived
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4/21/2016   Post a comment
A big spurt in semiconductor patent grants in China may not be sustainable, according to an analysis of the data by a intellectual property expert.
Ams Breaks Ground on N.Y. Fab
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4/20/2016   1 comment
AMS AG broke ground on a wafer fab in upstate New York today, joining the ranks of advanced manufacturers in the region. The Austrian company aims to start volume ramp of high-performance analog wafers by the second half of 2018.
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
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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.
FD-SOI Expands, But Is It Disruptive?
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4/14/2016   5 comments
The ecosystem for fully-depleted silicon on insulator (FD-SOI) process technology has tipped from a too-late technology to a viable alternative to finFETs for the Internet of Things and automotive markets. To many, the presence of officials from major companies at an industry event signaled a coalescing around the technology.
5G Work Starts in Earnest
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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.
10nm DDR4 DRAM Could Defy Moore
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4/7/2016   5 comments
Samsung said it has overcome scaling challenges to address scaling challenges that were previously thought to mean the end of Moore's Law.
Nvidia Rolls Pascal, GPU Server
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4/6/2016   5 comments
Nvidia rolled out Pascal, a 16nm graphics processor with a 16 GByte memory stack and a new server packing eight of the chips.
Intel Disrupts Client Management
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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.
Intel Mobile Chief’s Hard Monday
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4/4/2016   2 comments
You think you had a hard Monday? Consider the case of Aicha Evans.
FinFET's Father Forecasts Future
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4/1/2016   3 comments
The father of the FinFET shared emerging ideas for building transistors as semiconductors approach atomic feature sizes.
EDA Group Broadens Mission
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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.
Flash Rides HPE’s Memory Bus
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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.
Nvidia Spotlights AI, Cars, VR
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3/28/2016   Post a comment
Nvidia’s annual conference is expected to focus on artificial intelligence, automotive and virtual reality.
VLSI Event Reflects Silicon Shifts
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3/25/2016   Post a comment
The just released program of the annual VLSI Symposia underscores shifts ahead in how advanced semiconductors will be made and used.
What Do InVisage & InvenSense Have in Common?
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3/25/2016   Post a comment
Has ten-year-old startup InVisage taken a leaf out of playbook of fabless inertial MEMS sensor vendor InvenSense, encouraged by manufacturing partner in common, TSMC?
Silicon Lacks Clear Metrics
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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.
Brussels and What’s Really Important
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3/22/2016   45 comments
Events like the attacks in Brussels soften my heart and remind me what’s really important.
Panel Ponders MEMS Roadmaps, a Moore's Law of MEMS
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3/16/2016   Post a comment
Could oversupply be coming to MEMS? A panel at the MEMS & Sensors Technical Congress held in Munich, Germany, this month was asked to find solutions to challenges to the growth of the MEMS industry over the next decade but raised more questions than answers.
TSMC Details Silicon Road Map
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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.
TSMC, ARM Aim 7nm at Data Centers
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3/15/2016   4 comments
TSMC and ARM are extending their collaboration on process technology to the 7nm FinFET node, targeting data center and networking chips.
Facebook Likes Intel's 3D XPoint
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3/10/2016   7 comments
Facebook endorsed Intel’s 3D XPoint memories and got Google to join its Open Compute Project at its annual event that included new processors from Intel and networking code from Microsoft.
Flexible Batteries, Electronics Expand
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3/8/2016   Post a comment
The market for thin-film batteries is on the rise, according to a new report issued as the flexible electronics sector holds an annual gathering.
3D Printing Will Rock Manufacturing
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3/7/2016   10 comments
A world full of 3D printers that can make almost anything probably will be an almost inconceivably complex place, where products and blueprints are designed, customized, made and sold by an uncountable number of companies and home printers offering a dizzying array of products.
Broadcom Identifies $300M Cuts
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3/3/2016   13 comments
A month after Avago closed the $37 billion deal to acquire Broadcom it created as many as 24 new divisions and announced plans to discontinue $300 million non-core businesses.
Chip Makers Need New Business Models
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3/2/2016   12 comments
The semiconductor industry needs to consider new business models based on open source hardware, re-programmable silicon and Features-as-a-Service to drive its next phase of growth.
10 Views of Security at RSA
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3/2/2016   2 comments
The U.S. attorney general, head of the NSA and president of Microsoft were among those commenting on the Apple-FBI case and the future of cryptography at the RSA Conference.
Cisco Rolls 16nm ASICs
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3/1/2016   2 comments
Cisco rolled its first 16nm ASICs for new data center switches that leapfrog capabilities of Broadcom's chips.
Ethernet Picks up the Pace
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2/26/2016   Post a comment
The industry is counting on getting new Ethernet solutions at a faster rate, according to the chairman of the Ethernet Alliance who reviews what’s in the pipeline.
NASA Engineer Honored With Washington Award
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2/26/2016   1 comment
Chicagoland engineers will present the Washington Award to aerospace engineer Dr. Aprille Ericsson. Ericsson has made significant contributions to the aerospace field and was also the first female, and the first African-American female, to receive a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Howard University and the first black female to receive a Ph.D. in engineering at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
EUV 2.0 Decision Needed
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2/25/2016   2 comments
It’s time to make a decision on the approach for next-gen EUV lithography, said the CTO of Toppan Photomasks after winning a lifetime achievement award.
EUV, Big Molecules and Moore
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2/24/2016   4 comments
The recent SPIE event provided insights on the progress on extreme ultraviolet lithography to continue Moore’s law and the threat of molecular level hurdles that could end it.
Mars and Other Challenges
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2/19/2016   Post a comment
NASA's Ames center director talked about the challenges getting to Mars at a Fujitsu Labs event that showcased its work on everything from Bluetooth and RFID tags to a self-driving wheelchair.
Lucky Errors Found in Bitcoin
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2/19/2016   Post a comment
We found bitcoin mining is inherently tolerant to faults in the mining ASIC that can be exploited to maximize profits by up to 30% -- techniques that could be useful to any application of approximate computing.
Soft Machines: Promising, Not Proven
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2/12/2016   11 comments
Veteran microprocessor analyst Kevin Krewell plumbs startup Soft Machines’ VISC technology following a recent release of updated simulation data of its promising multicore architecture.
Red Hat Drives FPGAs, ARM Servers
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2/12/2016   3 comments
Red Hat’s chief ARM architect is rallying FPGA makers to set a software standard for accelerators in between trying to get ARM servers ready for the market.
Why AMD Should ARM China
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2/10/2016   13 comments
Qualcomm recently joined the party in China where Intel and IBM are longstanding guests. AMD needs to respond to its RSVP.
Data Centers Tap ARM, 100GE
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2/9/2016   16 comments
Growing cloud service providers are driving server and networking technologies, opening small but significant opportunities for non-x86 processors.
EUV Gets $500M Center
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2/9/2016   4 comments
Globalfoundries and the state of New York will spend 500 million over five years on a new center to get extreme ultraviolet lithography ready for the 7nm node and beyond.
Battery Research Claims 10x Gain
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2/8/2016   Post a comment
A Stanford-SLAC team wrapped silicon lithium-ion anode particles in a custom-fit cage made of graphene to alleviate battery issues that sap their performance.
Micron, Samsung in Flash Battle
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2/5/2016   15 comments
Micron described a 768Gbit 3D NAND flash chip that is twice as dense as Samsung’s current vertical NAND, but it’s not clear it will come to market.
19 Views of ISSCC
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2/5/2016   3 comments
Chips for smart cars, fast wired and wireless links, cool cameras and more appeared at at the International Solid State Circuits Conference.
MIT Neural Network IC Aims At Mobiles
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2/4/2016   Post a comment
MIT researchers have designed a chip to implement neural networks and claim it is 10 times as efficient as a mobile GPU. This could be used to allow mobile devices to run artificial-intelligence algorithms locally, rather than uploading data to the Internet for processing.
Analog’s Super Bowl by the Bay
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2/4/2016   8 comments
Analog had its own Super Bowl of sorts with ISSCC in San Francisco and an annual gathering of tech gurus in the South Bay. Veteran commentator Steve Ohr gives us the play-by-play.
Samsung Describes 10nm SRAM
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2/4/2016   3 comments
Samsung gave a peek at its 10nm process in a talk describing an SRAM made in it at ISSCC.
Cars drive SoC design at ISSCC
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2/2/2016   3 comments
Automotive SoCs at ISSCC showed designs that were more aggressive in some ways than their counterparts for mobile phones and notebook computers.
Robots Get A Gentler Grip
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2/1/2016   Post a comment
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) has devised flexible electrostatic grippers that are as gentle as human hands, yet can lift 100 times their own weight.
Moore’s Law Goes Post-CMOS
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2/1/2016   8 comments
Moore's Law can continue if engineers focus on cost per transistor and adopt challenging post-CMOS techniques, Intel's top fav executive said at ISSCC.
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