|Nvidia offers graphic card for AI on desktop|
The Titan V promises increased performance over its predecessor, the Pascal-based Titan X, while maintaining the same power requirements. The Titan V sports 110 teraflops of raw computing capability, which is 9X that of its predecessor.
|Toshiba reached agreement to settle dispute with WD|
The settlement under discussion calls for Western Digital to drop arbitration claims seeking to stop the sale in exchange for allowing it to invest in a new production line for advanced flash memory chips that is slated to start next year
|Samsung to hire 1000 "cream-of-the-crop" engineers in India|
“Samsung is extremely bullish on R&D in India. We have been here for over 22 years. The three R&D centres in India work on several cutting-edge technologies. The India centres not only work on innovation for Indian consumers but also contribute to global products”.
|Phison to ship PCIe 3.0 NVMe controllers|
Phison's strong commitment to R&D investment in collaboration with Kingston to build a wide portfolio of SSD products. Since 2012, Phison has delivered more than 10 SSD controller solutions to Kingston consisting of PATA, SATA, and PCIe.
|Volkswagen senior manager to get jail term|
VW used sophisticated software to cheat emissions rules on nearly 600,000 U.S. vehicles. Schmidt led VW's engineering and environmental office in Michigan from 2012 to early 2015.
|NAND flash market demand to reach 244.1 billion gigabytes next year|
Under the current situation when the IT industry is growing explosively, the supply is the factor that determines the semiconductor cycle unlike the past when the semiconductor market conditions depended solely on demand volatility caused by business fluctuations. When the forecast by IHS Markit becomes a reality, the market boom is highly likely to be near the close next year.