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Mar 23, 2018
Micron bets that memory demand is here to stay
Micron Technology Inc. executives have been adamant that the sudden spike in demand for its memory chips is not a ...
Market Watch
Mar 23, 2018
How the Internet of Things Could Fracture Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is the invisible workhorse of modern life. But Wi-Fi is struggling. And the next phase of the Internet-the Internet ...
IEEE Spectrum
Mar 23, 2018
EDA Chief Calls AI the New Driver
It's the age of AI, Moore's Law is not dead, and technology is changing everything, according to Aart de Geus, ...
EE Times
Mar 23, 2018
Lattice Semi CEO Billerbeck Steps Down
Darin Billerbeck abruptly resigned as CEO of Lattice Semiconductor last week after running the company for seven years. Lattice named ...
EE Times
Mar 23, 2018
1st Intel Pentium processor is shipped, March 22, 1993
The first Intel Pentium processor was shipped on March 22, 1993, kicking off what would become a core line for ...
EDN
Mar 23, 2018
iPhone XI trial production could kick off soon to help avoid launch delays
Although the iPhone XI probably won't be announced until September, Apple could begin trial production of it soon, in order ...
TechRadar
Mar 23, 2018
ASE Announces Recipients of the 2017 'Outstanding Supplier' and 'Excellence in Sustainability' Awards
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc hosted the ASE Group supplier award ceremony. Each year, the ceremony endeavors to honor exceptional suppliers ...
BusinessWire
Mar 23, 2018
Deep Learning Market Forces
Last week, eSilicon participated in a deep learning event at the Computer History Museum -- "ASICs Unlock Deep Learning Innovation." ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Mar 23, 2018
IBM Speeds Up Machine Learning
IBM wants to make machine learning as fast as snapping your fingers. At its own IBM THINKconference this week, IBM ...
EE Times
Mar 23, 2018
The Invention of NAND Flash Memory
Part 3 of the series, The Triumph of Quantum Mechanics at the Heart of Solid-State Data Storage, continues with the ...
3D InCites