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IEDM Explores Silicon Horizon
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7/20/2016   Post a comment
The annual International Electron Devices Meeting released a preliminary program covering topics from quantum and neuromorphic computing to the 5nm node and the IoT.
5G Research Gets U.S. Call
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7/16/2016   Post a comment
The U.S. took a step ahead in 5G cellular research with a $400 government effort drawing praise from experts who called for global harmony on spectrum.
Startup Debuts Open Source SoCs
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7/11/2016   2 comments
Startup SiFive aims to use the open source RISC-V core as the heart of two SoC platforms, enabling a broader set of engineers to build custom processors.
Take the Fact Check Challenge
7/11/2016   5 comments
Engineers with innovative ideas about how to tell facts from falsehoods are invited to submit proposals in a competition with a $50,000 prize.
Why Networks Need ASICs
7/7/2016   3 comments
Tomorrow’s networks are driving price and performance requirements that call for custom silicon, according to a senior manager for a company using ASICs.
Paper-Based Microbial Fuel Cell Produces 1.3μW
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7/5/2016   Post a comment
Researchers from the Iowa State University have developed a 3D paper microbial fuel cell (MFC) that could take advantage of capillary action to guide the liquids through the system, eliminating the need for external power.
Startup Aims to Simplify Networks
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7/5/2016   1 comment
Startup Barefoot Networks will sample its Tofino chips late this year to enable software-defined networks using the P4 language.
Video Compression Feels a Pinch
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6/30/2016   6 comments
Clouds surround digital video with compression gains currently falling far short, but Microsoft and Google shared promising work on augmented reality and royalty-free codecs.
Google Fellow Talks Neural Nets, Deep Learning
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6/28/2016   2 comments
We are already living with deep learning and large-scale neural networks, as evidenced by the growing number of applications that rely on computer vision, language understanding, robotics and more. Google Senior Fellow Jeff Dean discusses what he wants most from neural networks and machine learning.
PCIe 4.0 Heads to Fab, 5.0 to Lab
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6/28/2016   2 comments
Chips using PCI Express 4.0 are preparing to tape out although the spec isn’t done; work a 5.0 version will start next year targeting 16 or 32 Gbits/second.
5G, Cellular IoT Step Ahead
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6/27/2016   Post a comment
Qualcomm followed Ericsson and others rolling out prototype 5G products as the 3GPP finished 4G standards for the Internet of Things.
19 Views of Sensors Expo
6/24/2016   1 comment
A walk around the Sensor Expo show floor revealed a widely diverse market of companies, technologies and markets seeking more integrated, lower cost components.
Zero Power Listen-Mode Sensor Debuts
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6/22/2016   3 comments
An acoustic “event-detection” device like Vesper’s new piezoelectric MEMS microphone uses sound energy to wake a system from full power-down mode, thus enabling battery life of a system embedded with the sensor to span not months but years.
Nanotech Boosts Hydrogen Fuel Production
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6/21/2016   Post a comment
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a method for producing hydrogen fuel that offers fewer emissions and is more stable.
Michael Slater Brought Clarity to CPU Complexity
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6/20/2016   6 comments
The founder of the Microprocessor Report died of cancer Saturday at his home of Sebastopol, Calif.
ASML Buys Hermes for $3.1B
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6/16/2016   1 comment
ASML will spend $3.1 billion to buy Hermes Microvision for its e-beam tools that support the roll out of extreme ultraviolet lithography.
Cavium Buys QLogic for $1B
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6/15/2016   3 comments
Cavium will expand from a range of security, comms and server processors and switches into storage and networking with the acquisition for $1 billion of Qlogic.
Printed Memory to Secure IoT
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6/13/2016   1 comment
In the Internet of Things era, there are still scenarios where a low-cost, unconnected memory might make more sense than a connected device.
FD SOI Benefits Rise at 14nm
6/13/2016   13 comments
Consultant Handel Jones makes the case that companies should move rapidly to 14nm fully depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD SOI) to use the benefits this technology.
SoC Spec Defines Core Interfaces
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5/31/2016   Post a comment
Designers can now create SoCs that share coherent memory among cores based on the version 1.1 spec from the Heterogeneous Systems Architecture Foundation.
Cavium Flexes ARM Server Upgrade
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5/30/2016   Post a comment
With its first-generation still not in high volume use, Cavium detailed ThunderX2, a 14nm 54-core ARM server SoC sampling in early 2017.
17 Views from Imec Tech Forum
5/27/2016   5 comments
The annual Imec Technology Forum provided insights on the silicon road map including the outlook for EUV and FinFETs as well as an update on the Internet of Things.
Quantum Dots Deep Into Hybrid LEDs
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5/27/2016   Post a comment
Researchers have designed a novel photonic quasi-crystal LED structure that deeply embeds quantum dots within the whole stack of the LED's active layers.
Accelerators Unite ARM, IBM, X86
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5/23/2016   2 comments
Seven chip companies will define a cache-coherent interface between accelerators and server processors spanning ARM, IBM Power and x86 architectures.
Google’s Daydream is Silicon Reality
5/23/2016   4 comments
A Qualcomm graphics expert gave insight into work on mobile virtual reality in Android that is about to emerge from the lab.
Google’s TPU Hit a Tight Sked
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5/19/2016   6 comments
Norman Jouppi, a veteran processor and server engineering manager, shares some of the story behind Google’s custom accelerator for machine learning.
Google Designing AI Processors
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5/18/2016   23 comments
Google has developed and is running in its data centers a custom accelerator for artificial intelligence its calls a tensor processing unit.
A New Approach for Microcooling Hot Microchips?
5/18/2016   Post a comment
A microwater spray might be able to provide the highly localized cooling that some ICs need.
MEMS Broadens Its Horizons
5/17/2016   Post a comment
The continued steady growth in the MEMS market overall masks wide variation across the industry’s changing sectors, according to speakers presenting at SEMICON West in July.
Lam, KLA Deal Faces DoJ Scrutiny
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5/15/2016   Post a comment
Analysts are divided on whether a U.S. request for more information on the proposed $10.6 billion deal to combine Lam Research and KLA-Tencor spells the beginning of the end for the merger.
18 Views of an IoT World
5/13/2016   4 comments
Established and emerging companies showed their latest ideas for the emerging Internet of Things at IoT World.
DoD Reorgs Silicon Valley Outpost
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5/11/2016   1 comment
U.S. Defense Secretary named a slate of tech execs from companies such as Apple and Google to help lead his Silicon Valley outpost, DIUx.
ePaper Makes Inroads into Smart Packaging
5/6/2016   Post a comment
To combat high implementation costs, E Ink has integrated an ePaper display with an RFID system, which can be used to monitor the condition of environmentally-sensitive products such as blood, vaccines and biomedical drugs.
Chip Roadmap Reboots Under New Management
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5/4/2016   5 comments
The IEEE has taken ownership of the ITRS process for defining the chip road map, expanding it to including computing systems.
3D Printing Goes Mainstream
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   12 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
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
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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   12 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
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
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
3/28/2016   Post a comment
Nvidia’s annual conference is expected to focus on artificial intelligence, automotive and virtual reality.
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