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Aug 7, 2018
IPv6-Only World On the Horizon
With the release of a new profile, the U.S. government is taking steps toward an IPv6-ready world, and it's time ...
EE Times
Aug 7, 2018
Where Did Qualcomm Go Wrong?
Qualcomm found the villains elsewhere. Not at home. China, the negative environment, and "something that was above us" scuttled its ...
EE Times
Aug 6, 2018
TSMC Races to Recover After Crippling Computer Virus
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., which makes chips for the iPhone and other devices, is recovering from a debilitating computer virus ...
Bloomberg Quint
Aug 6, 2018
The Continuing Evolution of Moore's Law
CMOS scaling is not yet done, and we can see continued progress as we improve our ability to control fabrication ...
EE Times
Aug 6, 2018
Mid-Year Global Semiconductor Sales Up 20.4% Compared to 2017
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) announced worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $117.9 billion during the second quarter of 2018, an ...
Semiconductor Industry Association
Aug 6, 2018
IoT Meets ML
AI and machine learning are the next big things, and they're going make a huge difference in the adoption and ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Aug 6, 2018
Auto Chip Ecosystem Needs Common Language
In order to reach the levels of robustness that autonomous vehicles will require, companies throughout the automotive and semiconductor ecosystem ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Aug 6, 2018
More Sigmas In Auto Chips
The journey to autonomous cars is forcing fundamental changes in the way chips are designed, tested and tracked, from the ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Aug 6, 2018
TSMC contains virus attack on fabs
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co said it has contained a virus attack on some of its fabs and expects operations to ...
Taipei Times
Aug 6, 2018
Week In Review: Manufacturing, Test
After opposing $34 billion in U.S. trade tariffs on behalf of the U.S. semiconductor manufacturing industry, Jonathan Davis, global vice ...
Semiconductor Engineering