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2015-05-12 Profitability of SMIC's 28nm tech still unclear
During its latest conference call, SMIC failed to disclose as to whether it will generate money from 28nm products this year as it ramps up its most advanced process technology.
2014-12-15 Probing the macroeconomics side of Moore's Law
The author believes that the entire economic structure that was supposed to lead to next-generation manufacturing technologies like 450mm wafers and EUV lithography is on the verge of coming apart.
2015-11-27 Place and route sol'n passes Samsung's 10nm qualification
Synopsys announced that its IC Compiler II has been qualified for Samsung Foundry's latest 10nm process, promising significant improvement in throughput and designer productivity.
2013-05-23 Performing synthesis-aware clock analysis
Read about a tool that performs clock structure analysis by tracing complex clock nets and visually presenting them to designers.
2012-12-17 Panel: No single approach in future of ICs
A group of experts at IEDM debated about the various technologies in semiconductor miniaturisation, with FinFETs being just one of many approaches.
2015-06-01 Opinion: Vietnam gives China, India a run for the money
Setting up a design centre in Shanghai or Bangalore is not financially viable, says Majeed Ahmad. With China and India losing their "lustre," Vietnam has become a cost-effective location with a growing talent pool.
2014-03-28 On-chip interconnect costs head for further study
With 16nm chips moving to production this year, companies are actively developing the 10nm and 7nm technology nodes.
2014-04-24 OLED enables direct charges across a molecule-wide IC
Researchers worked with an OLED powered by a microscopic conductor to send an electric charge across a one molecule wide circuit while insulating it enough to check the static and field leakage.
2013-02-19 NanGate, Sagantec to automate standard cell library creation
NanGate will OEM Sagantec's patented 2D dynamic compaction technology and integrate it within NanGate Library Creator platform for cell library creation at 14-22nm.
2015-03-12 More than 100 tapeouts use 16nm FinFET-based process
Synopsys said the latest chips include a quad ARM Cortex-A72 device made in TSMC's 16nm process, while Cadence unveiled a physical design tool that touts significant speed ups in FinFET and planar processes.
2015-04-21 Moore's law heads toward uncertain future
Although Moore's law has guided the electronics industry, it has begun to fail in many aspects, the most pronounced being clock speed that has been pegged at 3GHz max since about 2004.
2016-04-07 Moore's Law extended: Intel roadmap reveals CMOS at its core
Intel's future processors at 10nm and beyond will continue to use CMOS, but the cores will be surrounded by novel circuit architectures using new materials that may extend Moore's Law indefinitely.
2013-11-20 Micron, Intel, Nvidia battle in high-end processors market
Nvidia and Micron announced new high-end co-processors this week while an online analysis said Intel's latest Xeon Phi, which competes with them both, will be an integrated device
2015-06-03 MediaTek remains loyal to TSMC, CFO says
MediaTek announced that it will continue to use Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. as its foundry for leading edge chip, putting to rest rumours that it will shift to Samsung.
2014-10-24 Looking ahead: China's 5-year plan for semicon industry
The country's 13th five-year plan will begin in 2016 and end in 2021. The air is already abuzz with what those long-term goals will be and, perhaps more importantly, how the Chinese plan to finish off the 2011 to 2015 period.
2016-04-06 Lone ASIC vendor in Japan stands firm
Owned partly by Fujitsu and Panasonic, Socionext's business units include visual systems, IoT & graphics solutions, network SoCs, high performance SoCs, custom SoCs, Milbeaut and connected imaging.
2012-12-19 Lithography expert still not sold on EUV
It was the end of the semiconductor roadmap for 193nm lithographythe next generation would have to go to 157nm light.
2006-05-05 Linear servo motor offers high precision
Nippon Pulse Motor has launched a family of direct-drive linear servo motors with a simple construction consisting of a shaft with laminated magnets and cylindrically wound coils.
2012-10-24 Laser spike anneal platform features ambient control
Ultratech's LSA201 family can run mixtures of any inert gases, but the general micro-chamber architecture is extendible to more exotic gases for future processes.
2014-05-09 JPMorgan: Mobile is unprofitable for Intel
The chip giant's mobile and communications group suffered a $3.1 billion operating loss in 2013. JPMorgan Chase analysts believe that exiting the mobile segment will be Intel's ticket back to profitability.
2011-11-22 Issues of EUV lithography
Chip makers need EUV to be ready well in advance of when they plan to use it in volume manufacturing so they can establish chip design rules and tweak their manufacturing processes.
2015-11-17 ISSCC to see advancements in vision processors, 3D chips
Samsung is set to unveil its 10nm process technology and enhancements in its SRAM, DRAM and flash technologies while Mediatek will showcase a 10-core CPU, featuring three ARMv8a CPU clusters.
2011-07-29 Israeli government offers Intel $290M
According to local reports, Israel is offering Intel $290 million to encourage the company to expand its semiconductor manufacturing operation in the country.
2015-03-31 Is the Intel-Altera fusion a good deal?
The deal would help Intel diversify beyond the slumping PC market, expanding its growing business in sectors such as telecom. Like Intel, Altera sells chips at relatively high average prices.
2014-07-07 Is SMIC-Qualcomm 28nm deal one-sided?
The deal is clearly a win for SMIC whose 28nm process will be accelerated, and while the same will be used to fabricate Snapdragon processors, Qualcomm may only be cooperating under the Chinese government's suggestions.
2014-02-11 Is IBM ready to let go of its semiconductor biz?
Talks about the potential sale of IBM's semiconductor business have come up time again and this time, reports identified Globalfoundries as the potential buyer.
2014-09-15 Is GaAs the new future of IC architecture?
Gallium arsenide enables high performance and novel IC architecture due to its ability to integrate optical circuitry capabilities and improve transistor performance.
2015-09-04 Is China targeting GlobalFoundries next?
China, the second-biggest economy in the world, is flexing its financial muscles in a bid to acquire as many semiconductor companies in recent months to improve its global standing in the industry.
2011-09-30 Intel, IBM invest $4.4B in R&D facility
Intel and IBM are leading the development of a chip R&D center in New York that focuses on next-generation ICs and process technologies.
2015-04-14 Intel, Altera acquisition plans fail
Speculations regarding a proposed acquisition between Intel and FPGA maker Altera have finally come to an end, following reports of a price disagreement.
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