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Top Stories

New Power, Performance Options At The Edge

Tradeoffs grow as chipmakers leverage a variety of architectural choices.

Chipmakers Getting Serious About Integrated Photonics

This technology could enable the next wave of Moore's Law. What's needed to make that happen?

Reducing Power Delivery Overhead

Pain vs. gain in optimizing the power delivery network in complex chips and packages.

Lower Power Chips: What To Watch Out For

Increasing interactions and complexity require more tools and cross-domain techniques.

Retimers Replacing Redrivers As Signal Speeds Increase

Redrivers are running out of steam as more devices are connected over high-speed protocols.

Targeting Redundancy In ICs

Adding resiliency and robustness doesn't have to be expensive, especially if done correctly to increase yield and reliability over the lifetime of ...

Thermal Floorplanning For Chips

Many factors influence how hot a die or IP will get, but if thermal analysis is not done, it can result in dead or under-performing systems.

Power, Performance — Avionics Designers Want It All

Design activity grows as companies adopt leading-edge technology, tools, and methodologies.

Customizing Chips For Power And Performance

Infineon's CTO looks at new functional combinations and how they are changing chip design.

Power Optimization: What’s Next?

Clock gating and power gating were a good start, but there is much more that can and should be done to minimize power.

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Round Tables

Performance and Power Tradeoffs At 7/5nm

Experts at the Table: Security, reliability, and margin are all in play at leading-edge nodes and in advanced packages.

Custom Designs, Custom Problems

Experts at the Table: Power and performance issues at the most advanced nodes.

Power And Performance Optimization At 7/5/3nm

Experts at the Table: What happens when AI chips max out at reticle size?

Addressing Pain Points In Chip Design

Partitioning, debug and first-pass working silicon lead the list of problems that need to be solved.

Why DRAM Won’t Go Away

New materials, new architectures and higher density have limited what can be done with DRAM, but it's still king (Experts At The Table Part 3)

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Multimedia

Problems In The Power Grid

How the electrification of everything will affect power generation, storage and availability.

Improving Power & Performance Beyond Scaling

How to reduce total cost of ownership in data centers.

Changes In Sensors And DSPs

The impact of specialization and combination.

Data Overload In The Data Center

Which architectures and interfaces work best for different applications.

112G SerDes Reliability

How to ensure consistent performance in the real world.

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Apple's new chip is just the tip of a technological revolution.
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