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Aug 30, 2018
Memory Forecast to Account for 53% of Semiconductor Capex
Capital spending for memory chips is expected to account for 53% of total industry capex of $102 billion this year, ...
EE Times
Aug 30, 2018
Apple Goes Vertical & Why It Matters
As part of EE Times' look at Apple's march to becoming the first trillion-dollar company, I will look at their ...
EE Times
Aug 30, 2018
Why the $10 billion chip factory club just got smaller
It takes about $10 billion or even $15 billion to build a brand new state-of-the-art chip manufacturing plant, and only ...
Venture Beat
Aug 30, 2018
Why the Future of Data Storage is (Still) Magnetic Tape
It should come as no surprise that recent advances in big-data analytics and artificial intelligence have created strong incentives for ...
IEEE Spectrum
Aug 30, 2018
China building a superconducting computer
Chinese scientists are building a low-energy and high-performance superconducting computer, aiming to complete a prototype as early as 2022. Scientists ...
ECNS.cn
Aug 29, 2018
Interview With AMD's Su on Change in Foundry
Advanced Micro Devices faces two issues that at first glance appear as risks. A partner that AMD was working with ...
Market Watch
Aug 29, 2018
Memory ICs to Account for 53% of Total 2018 Semi Capex
IC Insights forecasts total semiconductor capital expenditures will rise to $102.0 billion this year, marking the first time that the ...
IC Insights
Aug 29, 2018
GlobalFoundries drops out of race to develop next-gen semiconductor technology
GlobalFoundries said it would stop development of the next-generation semiconductor manufacturing technology and instead focus on improving its existing techniques. ...
Reuters
Aug 29, 2018
Why the Future of Data Storage is (Still) Magnetic Tape
It should come as no surprise that recent advances in big-data analytics and artificial intelligence have created strong incentives for ...
IEEE Spectrum
Aug 29, 2018
China building a superconducting computer
Chinese scientists are building a low-energy and high-performance superconducting computer, aiming to complete a prototype as early as 2022. Scientists ...
ECNS.cn