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Sep 13, 2018
Tackle the Increasing Challenge of Component Obsolescence
As mil/aero buyers move to off the shelf parts, competition for parts is increasing and an end of life product ...
EE Times
Sep 13, 2018
Improving EMI Performance Through Simulation
Here's a method for improving EMI performance through simulation during the product design phase. This will ultimately reduce the cost ...
EE Times
Sep 13, 2018
KLA-Tencor seeing robust fab tool demand from China
Demand from China's semiconductor industry is set to witness robust growth, according to fab toolmaker KLA-Tencor, which expects China to ...
Digitimes
Sep 13, 2018
Graphene Chips in for Moore's Law
I believe the future will show graphene, discovered in 2004, will spawn the next big innovation in semiconductor materials. Materials ...
EE Times
Sep 12, 2018
What GlobalFoundries Retreat Really Means
For most of our lives, the idea that computers and technology would get better, faster, and cheaper every year was ...
IEEE Spectrum
Sep 12, 2018
Solving Fan-Out Wafer-Level Warpage Challenges Using Material Science
Now more than ever we're finding that semiconductor process engineers are turning to material scientists to help find solutions for ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Sep 12, 2018
Intel's Next Move
Gadi Singer, vice president and general manager of Intel's Artificial Intelligence Products Group, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to talk ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Sep 12, 2018
Apple and other companies sound the alarm on Trump's China tariff plans
Apple Inc. isn't the only company concerned that President Donald Trump's latest proposed tariffs on an additional $200 billion of ...
Market Watch
Sep 12, 2018
The Race To Zero Defects
Testing chips is becoming more difficult, more time-consuming, and much more critical--particularly as these chips end up in cars, industrial ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Sep 12, 2018
Taiwan IC firms enforcing capacity expansions with imported equipment
Taiwan's machinery imports are expected to see sharp increases in the second half of 2018, as suppliers of silicon wafers, ...
Digitimes