Deep-pocket companies begin customizing this approach for specific applications—and spend huge amounts of money to acquire startups.
OSATs and foundries begin to ramp offerings and investments in preparation for mainstream multi-chip architectures.
While some Internet of Things groups are proceeding with setting standards, connectivity and other aspects are still up in the air.
Machine learning, AI, require more than just power and performance.
As chipmakers search for the biggest bang for new markets, the emphasis isn’t just on process nodes anymore. But these kinds of changes also add risks.
AMD’s CTO talks about how to achieve more performance per watt and how chip architectures are changing.
Using light to move data will save power and improve performance; laser built into process technology overcomes huge hurdle.
Metrics for performance are changing at 10nm and 7nm. Speed still matters, but one size doesn’t fit all.
Experts at the Table, part 1: What will it take to optimize a design at 10nm and 7nm? The problem gets harder with each new node.
Synopsys’ chairman looks at the biggest changes in the industry and how they will affect technology for the foreseeable future.
Move would transform Japanese telecommunications giant into key player in processor market.