Special Reports

Transistor Options Beyond 3nm

By: Mark LaPedus

Complicated and expensive technologies are being planned all the way to 2030, but it's ...
Bridging Machine Learning’s Divide

By: Brian Bailey

Why new approaches are needed to tie together training and inferencing.
Giant Auto Industry Disruption Ahead

By: Ed Sperling

Autonomous vehicles will cause fundamental shifts across a number of established indust...

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Top Stories

Will China Succeed In Memory?

The country is banking on DRAM and NAND to reduce its trade deficit.

What’s Next In Neuromorphic...

Why commercialization will require improvements in devices and architectures.

New Nodes, Materials, Memories

What chips will look like at 5nm and beyond, and why the semiconductor industry is head...

Chip Aging Accelerates

As advanced-node chips are added into cars, and usage models shift inside of data cente...

New Thermal Issues Emerge

Heat is becoming a bigger problem for chips developed at new process nodes and for auto...

The Race To Accelerate

What's behind the buzz surrounding eFPGAs, and why now?

Pushing Performance Limits

Are optimizations really a zero sum gain? Where to gamble and when to play it safe.

Turning Down The Voltage

SoC complexity is making it more difficult to combine functional performance with deman...

Imperfect Silicon, Near-Perfect S...

Physically unclonable functions (PUF) seem tailor-made for IoT security.

Fan-Out Wars Begin

The number of low-density packaging options is increasing as the popularity of advanced...

Cheaper Packaging Options Ahead

Low-cost alternatives to interposers could have a big impact on chip design.

Testing Analog Chips

Increasing numbers of analog components could help perk up this market after years of s...

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Latest News

The Week In Review: Manufacturing

Applied’s results; Huawei takes hit; iPhone X woes.

The Week in Review: IoT

Foxconn’s $4B; Amazon buys Blink; Brewer’s services.

The Week In Review: Design

Arm's AI push; SerDes validation; formal tool certification; G...

Blog Review: Feb. 14

Automated reliability verification; tricking neural nets; bloc...

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Manufacturing Bits: Feb. 13

Watching nanowires grow; X-ray light sources; crystallography.

System Bits: Feb. 13

Autonomous 3D scanner; AI biases found; computer vision for pa...

Power/Performance Bits: Feb. 13

Silicon spintronics; customizable supercapacitors; spinal batt...

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Startup Corner

Ayar Labs: Faster I/O

Processer I/O made of fiber, not copper, could help reconfigur...

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