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What Is An xPU?

Almost every letter of the alphabet has been used to describe a processor architecture, but under the hood they all look very similar.

Improving Power Efficiency In Ultra-Low Power Designs

How to design a device with a 25-year battery life.

Changing Server Architectures In The Data Center

Sharing resources can significantly improve utilization and lower costs, but it's not a simple shift.

Get Ready For The Next Generation Of Wearable Tech

Smarts, not just functionality, is moving to everything from watches and glasses to clothing, but there are still barriers to overcome.

HBM3: Big Impact On Chip Design

New levels of system performance bring new tradeoffs.

Architecting Interposers

It's not easy to include interposers in a design today, but as the wrinkles get ironed out, new tools, methodologies, and standards will enable it ...

Will Co-Packaged Optics Replace Pluggables?

New options open the door to much faster and more reliable systems.

Data Tsunami Pushes Boundaries Of IC Interconnects

Design teams rethink the movement of data on-chip, off-chip, and between chips in a package.

Wrestling With Analog At 3nm

A fabrication technology that does not provide adequate analog design capabilities is not a commercially viable process. But how good does it have ...

Tradeoffs Between Edge Vs. Cloud

As localized processors become more powerful, what works best where?

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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

Low-Power Always-On Circuits

What happens when things never shut down?

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.

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The Sky’s The Limit For Electric Airplanes

Battery development and multiphysics simulation for zero-emissions aircraft.
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New Glasses Target Aspects Of AR & VR

Augmented and virtual reality in the workplace as AR glasses get smaller.
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The Next Phase Of Computing

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