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Apr 13, 2018
Xilinx gearing up for FPGA market
Bolstered by its programmability trait, FPGA (field-programmable gate array) is gaining ground in the field of high-performance computing (HPC) chips ...
Digitimes
Apr 12, 2018
Is 5 nm Testing the Same or Different?
With every process node advance, new types of manufacturing defects manifest. These defects are especially prevalent during the early phase. ...
EDN
Apr 12, 2018
6 key takeaways from ISS Europe 2018
With its leading research and development hubs, materials and equipment companies and chipmakers, the EU is in a strategic position ...
ElectroIQ
Apr 12, 2018
Built-In Security For Auto Chips
The road to autonomous vehicles depends upon components that are secured against hacking and other outside interference. The cybersecurity precautions ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Apr 12, 2018
Taiwan speeding up quantum computer development
Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology will kick off a quantum computer development project in mid-April, seeking to pool the ...
Digitimes
Apr 12, 2018
Wireless Researcher Snags Prize
At 47, Dina Katabi's career has traced a wide, wireless circle. Born to a family of doctors in Damascus, she ...
EE Times
Apr 12, 2018
Design Houses Bank on AI, Bitcoin
Global Unichip (GUC) and a host of other Taiwan chip designers are seeing demand for ASICs take off, driven by ...
EE Times
Apr 12, 2018
Siemens Buys Agilion to Boost IoT
Siemens has acquired German wireless location solutions developer Agilion GmbH to boost its real-time location systems (RTLS) offering in the ...
EE Times
Apr 12, 2018
Tsinghua Unigroup readies CNY370 billion for chip deployments in next 5 years
China's Tsinghua Unigroup has readied CNY370 billion (US$58.74 billion) to support its semiconductor deployments in the next five years, and ...
Digitimes
Apr 12, 2018
Is it Time for Quantum Computing Startups? Maybe
IBM is betting on quantum computing, but it can't win without the help of startups. And how long it will ...
IEEE Spectrum