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Jun 15, 2018
Government backing crucial for Taiwan IC achievements, says TSMC CEO
When Texas Instruments' new engineer Jack Kilby invented the world's first IC in 1958, no one could imagine that 60 ...
Digitimes
Jun 15, 2018
Near-Threshold Issues Deepen
Complex issues stemming from near-threshold computing, where the operating voltage and threshold voltage are very close together, are becoming more ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jun 15, 2018
Arm Ready to Sacrifice Profits for Long-Term IoT Growth
Arm is better positioned as a privately held company to take a strategic approach for long-term growth as it addresses ...
EE Times
Jun 15, 2018
Auto Industry Shifts Gears with AI
Artificial intelligence (AI) is disrupting both the automotive sector and its suppliers, according to executives who will discuss the issues ...
EE Times
Jun 15, 2018
Fab Tool Spending on Pace for Third Straight Record Year
Spending on semiconductor capital equipment is on pace to set a new all-time high for the third consecutive year, led ...
EE Times
Jun 15, 2018
Hot Chips Symposium Rethinks Performance
A look at the three-day schedule for one of the industry's most important processor conferences. The Hot Chips symposium has ...
EE Times
Jun 15, 2018
Advanced Packaging Confusion
Advanced packaging is exploding in all directions. There are more chipmakers utilizing different packaging options, more options for the packages ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jun 14, 2018
Semiconductor Equipment Record Spending Continues
The semiconductor industry is nearing a third consecutive year of record fab equipment spending with projected growth of 14% (YOY) ...
SEMI
Jun 14, 2018
Advanced Packaging Confusion
Advanced packaging is exploding in all directions. There are more chipmakers utilizing different packaging options, more options for the packages ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jun 14, 2018
AI could get 100 times more energy-efficient with IBM's new artificial synapses
Neural networks are the crown jewel of the AI boom. They gorge on data and do things like transcribe speech ...
MIT Technology Review