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Dec 1, 2017
GaN Chip Vendor Snags $15 Million in Funding
High-voltage gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductor vendor Transporm has secured $15 million in funding from Japan's Yaskawa Electric, bringing the total ...
EE Times
Dec 1, 2017
Intel Touts Auto AI Chip's Efficiency
Brian Krzanich, Intel's CEO came to Los Angeles for the "AutoMobility LA" auto show flush with forecasts of how autonomous ...
EE Times
Dec 1, 2017
Two New Simulators Tease Future of Quantum Computing
A universal quantum computer capable of outperforming today's classical computers in solving many different problems remains the biggest future prize ...
IEEE Spectrum
Nov 30, 2017
Future of Quantum Computing
A universal quantum computer capable of outperforming today's classical computers in solving many different problems remains the biggest future prize ...
IEEE Spectrum
Nov 30, 2017
Coopetition and coexistence in IC industry: Q&A with ASE COO Wu Tien-yu
The global semiconductor industry is experiencing faster quantitative and qualitative changes along with the increasingly fierce coopetition among wafer foundry ...
Digitimes
Nov 30, 2017
U.S. Angles to Retake Supercomputer Lead
The latest Top500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers turns the spotlight on China, which overtook the United States in ...
EE Times
Nov 30, 2017
Velodyne Pads Lead in Lidar Derby
Velodyne LiDAR is still lapping the field in an embryonic but increasingly competitive and complex lidar market, an advantage that ...
EE Times
Nov 30, 2017
3 Takeaways from Tesla's Supply Chain Mistakes
Tesla models are technological marvels in electric car design. And as this writer attest to firsthand, they are very fun ...
EBN
Nov 30, 2017
Apple accuses Qualcomm of patent infringement in countersuit
Apple Inc on Wednesday filed a countersuit against Qualcomm Inc, alleging that Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile phone chips that power a ...
Reuters
Nov 30, 2017
Power components supply to remain tight in 1H18
The supply of power components is expected to remain tight throughout the first half of 2018 as the proliferation of ...
Digitimes