Now that EUV has hit another hiccup, it’s time to start polishing your multi patterning skills.
Mentor Graphics’ David Abercrombie shows how multi patterning is supposed to be done, and what sorts of problems can crop up along the way. Now that EUV has hit another hiccup, the semiconductor industry has little choice.
There is plenty of money for investments and acquisitions, but China also has its share of challenges.
Intel’s 14nm woes; Samsung’s new memory; GF’s award; TowerJazz buys fab.
Systems companies migrate from board to ultra-thin package for next-gen smartphones.
There will be billions of edge devices and cloud servers, but the real money is in optimizing the pieces and making them all work together.
Increasingly costly scaling is forcing the entire semiconductor industry to weigh options for what comes next.
If the current inspection technology runs out of steam at 10nm, what will take it’s place?
New business models, acquisitions, investments are changing the semiconductor ecosystem.
Intel has acquired another EDA company, although both companies are keeping quiet about the future.
With about $120 billion in funding at its disposal, China is looking to buy key technologies it doesn’t already have.
The electronics industry is about to go through the biggest change it has seen since the introduction of the transistor. Every decision from the past 50 years could be changed.
Internet of Things security isn’t one-size-fits-all, and that’s a problem.
Imec’s process technology guru discusses how far the finFET can be pushed and what happens after it breaks in an exclusive one-on-one interview.