The 2013 edition of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors has been published. The latest set of tables underlines the slowdown in some aspects of scaling, particularly when it comes to metal interconnect.
Deal quashes rumors that Altera was about to move its cutting edge production back to TSMC, but nor does it appear to be 'exclusive' for 3D products.
TSMC stays the course with new co-CEOs as Morris Chang retains executive leadership for now while finFET, 3D and other new technologies settle in.
In a keynote at the Intel Developer Forum, CEO Brian Krzanich said the company would start making 14nm processors by the year end and confirmed intel would license SoC designs to be fabbed by other companies.
Meeting focuses on advanced tools and techniques for the rapid development of gigascale ICs.
Altera has disclosed a number of the features that will make it into the top end of its upcoming 'Generation 10' family of FPGAs.
Synopsys users will be gathering at a series of SNUG meetings across Europe over the next month to share insights and experience of using Synopsys tools
With both now more dependent on foundry business for their finFET (trigate) and FDSOI offerings, DATE was a chance to push their innovations in low power.
Intel's announcement that it will make FPGAs for Altera in an upcoming 14nm finFET process will reshape the programmable logic, and foundry, businesses.
Intel has launched its first server SoC, based on a stripped-down Atom, in a bid to seal its place in microservers before ARM can ready its 64bit architecture for production. But the chip seems more a stake in the ground than the answer for low-power servers.
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