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1|28|2015 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Quantum computing promises to revolutionize future computers, enabling pint-sized hardware to outperform room-filing supercomputers, plus ...

1|28|2015 At the European 3D TSV summit which took place in Grenoble's Minatec center last week, all of the speakers seemed to agree on one thing: in many fields including ...

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Chinese Walls and Back Doors
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The need to build Chinese walls in the semiconductor industry is taking on a completely new significance as China’s antitrust regulators start to flex their muscles.

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Configuration Tools Simplify MCU Setup
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One of the drawbacks to the increasing integration of microcontrollers (MCUs) has been an almost exponentially-related increase in the complexity of configuring their ...

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High-Voltage Design: Living Long and Still Prospering
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It's easy to think that almost "everyone" is doing low-voltage designs with power-stingy, battery-operated circuits -- but that's a simplistic and myopic perspective. ...

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