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Oct 10, 2018
Defect Challenges Growing In Advanced Packaging
The current defect inspection systems for packaging are running out of steam for the latest advanced packages, prompting the need ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Oct 10, 2018
SEMI Calls for Exclusion Process for Products in New China Tariff List
Last week, SEMI joined a coalition of business groups in calling for Ambassador Robert Lighthizer, U.S. Trade Representative, to enact ...
SEMI
Oct 10, 2018
How Do We Create Smart Cities Without Exploiting Personal Data?
Creating smart cities while also protecting the personal data of its citizens is no easy task these days, particularly with ...
3D Incites
Oct 10, 2018
UMC September revenues slip, VIS hit record
Pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) has reported September consolidated revenues declined 10.1% sequentially while revenues at specialty IC foundry ... ...
Digitimes
Oct 10, 2018
TSMC revenues increase 11.6% in 3Q18
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reported consolidated revenues for the third quarter of 2018 up 11.6% sequentially and 3.2% ...
Digitimes
Oct 10, 2018
Manufacturing Bits: Oct. 9
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has devised what it calls a super atom, a technology that could one day ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Oct 10, 2018
9th-Gen Intel Core CPUs Take Aim at AMD's Ryzen
Intel officially unveiled its ninth-generation Core desktop processors, clearly targeted at smaller rival AMD's Ryzen devices with a focus on ...
EE Times
Oct 10, 2018
IBM Pushes Beyond 7 Nanometers, Uses Graphene to Place Nanomaterials on Wafers
Quantum dots (red), carbon nanotubes (gray), and molybdenum disulfide nanosheets (white/gray) are shown as representative 0D, 1D, and 2D nanomaterials ...
IEEE Spectrum
Oct 10, 2018
Why Test Costs Will Increase
The economics of test are under siege. Long seen as a necessary but rather mundane step in ensuring chip quality, ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Oct 10, 2018
MIT researchers develop new chip design to take us closer to computers that work like human brains
While the pace of machine learning has quickened over the last decade, the underlying hardware enabling machine-learning tasks hasn't changed ...
CNBC