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    by Published on 04-23-2015 06:30 AM
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    2. Semiconductor IP,
    3. Cadence

    Internet of Things (IoT) can be seen as a fashionable buzzword covering so many distinct applications that IoT is sometimes nick-named “Internet of Everything”, or it can be perceived as the next revolution in electronic systems generating more revenues than the smartphone and computer market together in ...
    by Published on 04-23-2015 05:00 AM
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    2. Semiconductor Events

    I like to quiz people on which country is the one where the most leading edge research on semiconductors is done. People reflexively answer USA or maybe Taiwan or Japan. Nobody who doesn't already know the answer would pick Belgium. After all the EU headquarters ...
    Published on 04-20-2015 05:00 PM
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    2. Semiconductor Design,
    3. Mobile,
    4. IoT Internet of Things

    The increasing number of interconnected devices grows day by day and has slowly begun expansion into other consumer products. The need for safe, efficient, and reliable systems that meet modern user expectations has become increasingly important ...
    by Published on 04-19-2015 05:00 PM
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    2. Semiconductor Design,
    3. General

    Yes, the 52nd DAC (Design Automation Conference) is a technical conference plus exhibition with wonderful keynote speakers and agenda, however there is a certain serendipity that occurs by just meeting people, face to face at the many networking opportunities. The best way to kick off your DAC experience ...
    by Published on 04-18-2015 05:00 AM
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    2. Semiconductor Design

    As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of Moore’s Law in Electronics Magazine (April 19, 1965), the industry finds itself in an increasingly costly global effort to keep transistor scaling on track. “Is Moore’s Law dead?” is a common question these days.

    But practically speaking the doubling of transistor density ...
    by Published on 04-16-2015 02:00 PM

    Intel Inline with lowered numbers- 2015 Revs to be Flat...
    Capex Slashed by 13% to $8.7B- 10nm at risk???
    Mortgaging the future???
    Is the foundry business dead???
    Desperately seeking growth!!!

    Intel Inline...

    Intel reported revenues of $12.8B and EPS of $0.41 in line with downward revised estimates after chopping $1B out of Q1 previous expectations. Client computing
    by Published on 04-15-2015 02:00 PM
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    2. Mobile

    Nokia is no more a mobile phone dynamo, but it's now the world's largest telecom equipment supplier ahead of Ericsson AB and Huawei Technologies. Nokia is buying Alcatel-Lucent for $16.6 billion and the new global networking behemoth created as a result of this mega-merger—called ...
    by Published on 04-13-2015 02:00 PM
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    2. General

    Spreading the culture of Silicon Valley is the best way to take the US and the world to a better place. This culture is already spreading, but many organizations and especially governments are doing everything possible to hold on to the past to the detriment of all. Silicon Valley/US ...
    by Published on 04-13-2015 05:00 AM
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    2. Semiconductor Events

    There is a new stadium in town. No, not Levi's Stadium where the 49ers play, that one is already a year old. There is Avaya Stadium over near San Jose airport. 1123 Coleman Avenue if you want to be precise. This is a purpose-built soccer stadium where ...
    Published on 04-12-2015 08:00 PM
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    2. Semiconductor Design

    Given the current limitations with CMOS designs, such as low temperature thresholds and efficiency in power consumption, there is a vast need to expand into superconducting computers in order to manage consumers’ need for power and performance. Although supercomputers require extremely low temperatures, they are capable of ...
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