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May 18, 2018
China approves Toshiba's sale of $18 billion chip unit to Bain consortium
Toshiba Corp said that China regulators have approved the $18 billion sale of its chip unit to a consortium led ...
Reuters
May 18, 2018
Chipmakers Look Beyond Scaling
Gary Patton, CTO of GlobalFoundries, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to discuss the rollout of EUV, the rising cost of ...
Semiconductor Engineering
May 18, 2018
Robotic System Leads to Mass Assembly of Nanostructures
In the sci-fi addled popular imagination, the term "nanotechnology" conjures an image of nanobots assembling macroscale objects atom-by-atom. Whether these ...
IEEE Spectrum
May 18, 2018
The Internet of Trash: IoT Has a Looming E-Waste Problem
In 2016, Masayoshi Son, the CEO of SoftBank Group Corp., predicted that in the next 20 years there will be ...
IEEE Spectrum
May 18, 2018
RF SOI Wars Begin
Several foundries are expanding their fab capacities for RF SOI processes amid huge demand and shortages of this technology for ...
Semiconductor Engineering
May 18, 2018
Global Investment Is Key To The Semiconductor Ecosystem
In response to the European Commission's (EC) proposed framework for screening foreign direct investments (FDI), SEMI, representing the global electronics ...
Semiconductor Engineering
May 18, 2018
China's city of Tianjin to set up $16-billion artificial intelligence fund
China's northern port city of Tianjin announced plans to set up funds worth $16 billion to support the artificial intelligence ...
Reuters
May 18, 2018
AI Benchmark Targets Inference
The EEMBC trade group has started an effort to define a machine-learning benchmark for running inference jobs on devices at ...
EE Times
May 18, 2018
S. Korean chipmakers' outlook solid for 2018
South Korean chipmakers, which posted robust earnings for the first quarter of 2018, are expected to maintain solid performances throughout ...
Yonhap News Agency
May 17, 2018
More Lithography/Mask Challenges
Experts at the table: Demand for compute power still growing; what's after 5nm. Moore's Law is still relevant, but the ...
Semiconductor Engineering