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No M2 for iMac, but M3 instead 2/16/2023
Now that the M2 family of chips is here, many are expecting Apple to update the iMac with the new chip. However, it looks like an update isn’t coming as soon as we expected.
artificial intelligence will become "killer applications" in boosting demand for advanced memory chips 2/16/2023
Park, who also serves as the chief executive officer of the world's second-largest memory chip maker, said memory chips will always be at the center of innovation as the era of artificial intelligence unfolds.
Ambarella demonstrated its radar and camera sensor fusion chip and software at CES 2023 2/16/2023
Ambarella’s offering is a combination of its CV3 family of domain controller chips with AI algorithms and software from Oculii, which Ambarella acquired in 2021.
Micron announced it will begin construction in 2024 on its Clay, New York facility 2/15/2023
In October 2022, Micron first announced plans for its historic investment to build a 1,400-acre semiconductor manufacturing plant just north of Syracuse.
Arm China trims head count 2/15/2023
Arm China, the jv Arm has with Chinese investors, has laid off 90-95 employees citing a challenging business outlook,
NTT and University of Tokyo Develop World's First Optical Computing AI 2/15/2023
NTT Corp. and the University of Tokyo have devised a new learning algorithm inspired by the information processing of the brain that is suitable for multi-layered artificial neural networks (DNN) using analog operations. This breakthrough will lead to a reduction in power consumption and computation time for AI.
InnoPhase Enabling More-efficient Cellular Networks 2/15/2023
InnoPhase Enabling More-efficient Cellular Networks InnoPhase Inc. has launched the Hermes TWO digital radio device, a groundbreaking product development enabling more-efficient cellular networks.
IC gear vendors refocus on Kireann market 2/14/2023
Top 5 companies in the global equipment industry are all increasing their investments in Korea. They are Applied Materials Inc., ASML Holding N.V., Tokyo Electron Ltd., Lam Research Corp. and KLA Corp.
Synopsys offers AI Chip Design 2/14/2023
Synopsys Inc. reaches scale for AI-driven chip designs as major semiconductor customers register the first 100 commercial tape-outs with the company’s Synopsys DSO.ai autonomous design system.
STMicro Adds TinyML Developer Cloud 2/14/2023
STMicroelectronics has placed its STM32Cube.AI machine learning development environment into the cloud.
ASML's China ban denies high-end photolithography equipment to Chinese companies 2/14/2023
“the Netherlands will bar ASML Holding NV, a Dutch maker of photolithography machines, from selling to China at least some immersion lithography machines, the most advanced kind of gear in the company’s deep ultraviolet lithography line.”
Intel weighs boost to investment in Vietnam chip packaging plant 2/13/2023
Intel Corp (INTC.O) is considering a significant increase in its existing $1.5-billion investment in Vietnam to expand its chip testing and packaging plant in the Southeast Asian nation.
Diodes Inc released its first silicon carbide (SiC) Schottky barrier diodes (SBD) 2/13/2023
These wide-bandgap SBDs bring the benefits of significantly improved efficiency and high-temperature reliability, while also responding to market demands for reduced system running costs and low maintenance
Micron appoints Raj Narasimhan senior vice president and general manager of Compute and Networking 2/13/2023
Narasimhan will be responsible for leading Micron’s largest business, driving advances in memory products focused on high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and cloud and client computing.
Capcon Singapore received $50 million funding 2/13/2023
Advanced packaging solution provider Capcon Singapore Pte Ltd has secured around $50 million in series B2 funding. The fund will mainly be invested in manufacturing, marketing, and R&D
Global smartphone shipment down 12% in 2022 2/10/2023
The war in Ukraine, inflationary pressures, economic uncertainty and macroeconomic headwinds kept the consumer sentiment weak in 2022 while smartphone users reduced the frequency of their purchases. The smartphone market remained under pressure in the fourth quarter of 2022 as the cost-of-living crisis, shortage in the labor market and a decline in consumers’ purchasing power.
Gallium Semiconductor Opens Advanced Manufacturing Facility in the Philippines 2/10/2023
Gallium Semiconductor is committed to delivering innovative and cost-effective RF power solutions to its customers, and the new manufacturing facility is a critical step towards achieving that goal.
China's YTMC starts layoff 2/10/2023
Staff laid off by Chinese memory-maker Yangtze Memory Technologies Corp (YTMC) not only lost their jobs, but were evicted from their company-subsidized apartments in Wuhan, according to Chinese media outlet Caixin.
Intel Corp settled a patent lawsuit with ParkerVision Inc 2/10/2023
ParkerVision filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday said it would receive $25 million in a settlement that also includes a patent licensing agreement.
Arm told Reuters on Tuesday that the company is committed to a stock market float this year 2/9/2023
"The plans are actually fairly well developed and underway now," Rene Haas said in an interview after Arm's corporate parent reported its fourth straight quarter of losses. "We're doing everything we can and are committed to have it happen this year."
ASRock Industrial offeers Series Mini PCs powered by AMD Ryzen 7000U-Series APUs 2/9/2023
Featuring maximum dual DDR5 4800MHz memory up to 64GB, the 4X4 BOX 7000/D5 Series bring about performance enhancement through unleashing higher standards of power, speed, and energy efficiency. Now poised with enriched IOs and expansions.
Nordic Launches Wi-Fi 6 Companion IC and Dev Kit 2/9/2023
The nRF7002 is the first in Nordic’s Wi-Fi product family and is a low power Wi-Fi 6 companion IC providing seamless dual band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) connectivity. It can be used together with Nordic’s nRF52 and nRF53 Series multiprotocol Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) and the nRF9160 cellular IoT (LTE-M/NB-IoT) System-in-Package
Molex works on road noise cancelling on electric vehicles 2/9/2023
Active noise cancellation (ANC) works by measuring the waveform of the unwanted sound and generating an equivalent inverted signal. This signal is then transmitted alongside the original. The two waveforms, being inverted images of each other, combine and are weakened by the effect of phase cancellation. This, then, reduces the amplitude of the original signal and thereby reduces the volume of the unwanted noise.”
Korean IC companies seek waiver from CHIPS Act in U.S. 2/8/2023
company executives flew to the U.S. for urgent discussions related to the U.S. government’s export control on China. The Korean government is also known to have offered support.
STMicroelectronics offers Single-chip Antenna-matching ICs Simplify RF Circuit Design 2/8/2023
ST's MLPF-NRG-01D3 and MLPF-WB-02D3 integrate the complete filtering and impedance-matching network needed for best RF output power and receiver sensitivity with an external antenna.
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