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Aug 31, 2018
Why Globalfoundries Decision to Halt 7 nm Development Makes Sense
Globalfoundries has made the strategic decision to no longer pursue its 7 nm FinFET program and instead will focus on ...
Electronics 360
Aug 30, 2018
Micron Plans Expansion of Virginia Plant
Chipmaker Micron Technology Inc said it plans to spend $3 billion over the next 12 years to expand a plant ...
Reuters
Aug 30, 2018
Using AI In Chip Manufacturing
David Fried, CTO at Coventor, a Lam Research Company, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to talk about how AI and ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Aug 30, 2018
The Age of the Heroic Inventor Is Over
Everyone knows the great electrical inventors of the past, such as Alexander Graham Bell of the telephone, Marconi of the ...
IEEE Spectrum
Aug 30, 2018
GlobalFoundries Halts 7nm Work
The race to drive semiconductor technology to the bleeding edge has narrowed to three companies. Globalfoundries suspended work on a ...
EE Times
Aug 30, 2018
Xilinx Puts a Feather in its ACAP
CEO Victor Peng announced Xilinx's 7nm Everest architecture, dubbed ACAP (the Adaptable Computing Acceleration Platform), earlier this year in March. ...
Electronic Engineering Journal
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