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Jan 4, 2018
Global semiconductor sector might grow 8% this year
The global semiconductor industry will likely see its revenue increase by 8 percent this year on the back of increasing ...
Taipei Times
Jan 4, 2018
Carbon nanotubes devices may have a limit to how 'nano' they can be
Carbon nanotubes bound for electronics not only need to be as clean as possible to maximize their utility in next-generation ...
Phys.Org
Jan 4, 2018
Mixed-Signal Issues Worse At 10/7nm
Despite increasingly difficulty in scaling digital logic to 10/7nm, not all designs at the leading edge are digital. In fact, ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jan 4, 2018
Expanding Ecosystem Drives Auto Chip Gold Rush
Semiconductor chips designed to support automotive applications have been around for more than 40 years, which is a very long ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jan 4, 2018
10 IoT Companies to Watch in 2018
The Internet of Things is so broad that it covers nearly every company whether they are in tech or not. ...
EE Times
Jan 4, 2018
SEMI Data Projects New Highs in Fab Equipment Spending
The year-end update to the SEMI World Fab Forecast report reveals 2017 spending on fab equipment investments will reach an ...
SEMI
Jan 3, 2018
Data Projects New Highs in Fab Equipment Spending
The year-end update to the SEMI World Fab Forecast report reveals 2017 spending on fab equipment investments will reach an ...
SEMI
Jan 3, 2018
A New Memory Contender?
Momentum is building for a new class of ferroelectric memories that could alter the next-generation memory landscape. Generally, ferroelectrics are ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jan 3, 2018
Global Semiconductor Sales Increase 21.5% Year-to-Year in November
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) announced worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $37.7 billion for the month of November 2017, an ...
Semiconductor Industry Association
Jan 3, 2018
MEMS Chip Aims to Beat Heart Disease
Instead of dissecting rats or culturing sacrificial heart cells in petri dishes, medical researchers may be able to study the ...
EE Times