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TAIPEI — For perhaps the first time in the world, trials taking place in China next month will use lasers for street lighting, an innovation aimed at ...
SAN FRANCISCO — Average selling prices (ASPs) for NAND flash memory chips rose b 3 to 10 percent in the second quarter and are projected to continue rising ...
TORONTO — It wasn't long ago that flash storage was reserved for high-demand data only. Now all-flash array adoption is not only outpacing hybrid ...
LAKE WALES, Fla. — Today’s particle accelerators can be miles long, and even those used for cancer treatment can weigh as much as 50 tons. Now a team ...
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Startup SiFive announced a new program providing third-party intellectual property blocks for its RISC-V processors. Its first ...
SAN FRANCISCO — The World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS), a semiconductor firm member organization that tracks chip sales, has revised its forecast ...
ROUSSET, France — When Apple next month rolls out its new iPhones, whose NFC (near field communication) chip will be inside?
SAN FRANCISCO — Global DRAM sales set an all-time record of more than $16.5 billion in the second quarter even as the DRAM shortage that has gripped the ...
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Lab work is extending machine learning to serve new applications and define new hardware architectures, said a Qualcomm researcher. He ...
LAKE WALES, Fla. — University of Washington researchers have demonstrated that biohackers, using widely available tools, could embed malware in synthesized ...
SAN FRANCISCO — The semiconductor industry's largest trade group reacted quickly to a memorandum by U.S. President Donald Trump authorizing the ...
SAN JOSE, Calif. – The hype phase is over. Engineers are rolling up their sleeves to do the hard work of building an Internet of Things.
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At the recent PCIM show in Nuremberg, I had the opportunity to peruse an assortment of antique electrical measurement tools at a sidewalk flea market (Fig 1). There were a ...
Trump, Truth and American Manufacturing
Dylan McGrath 16 comments
Donald Trump is in hot water. Again.
Flex Electronics Approach an Inflection
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Flexible electronics are made by adding layers of suitable materials onto flexible substrates. In contrast to silicon chip processing, fewer steps are needed and the ...
API Paves Road for Multicore SoCs
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Until roughly a decade ago, processors consisted of a single core. Performance increases were largely driven by frequency scaling. Since then, processor architectures have ...
Celebrating the Engineer
Rick Merritt 8 comments
I probably get at least a dozen pitches for new products every work day. It's rare any of them mentions the individual engineers and the a-ha! moments behind them. Instead ...
Auto Security: Do Feds Have Our Back?
Junko Yoshida 1 comments
Consumers should be aware of the possibility of a hacker attack on their cars. We now know that what used to be considered a movie scenario — remote hacking ...
Getting ready for a lower-power future: the keys to successful adoption of new low-voltage memory ICs
Conrado Canio, Technical Marketing Manager, William Chen, Product Manager and K. C. Shekar, Senior Director of Strategic Marketing, Winbond 0 comments
Today, the circuitry on the board in mainstream industrial and consumer products operates from a wide range of supply voltages: the power rails are most commonly at 5V, ...
Stop stressing over lead time ordering
Arrow 0 comments
Picture yourself in the final stretch of testing a prototype for the controller board of your company’s fuel pump, which will be incorporated into the newest model ...
Accelerating the speed of innovation
Arrow 0 comments
Being first to market with a new product or feature is a critical differentiator in many industries. Being first often means capturing greater market share or establishing ...