IBM, GlobalFoundries, Samsung and SUNY deserve kudos for manufacturing the first 7nm chip but the NREs involved still look frightening.
It wasn't just ARM and TSMC that launched a 55nm IoT platform this week. Across the Taiwan Strait, Brite and SMIC have unveiled a similar offering. The competition could tell us a lot about the IoT market's future.
Design and manufacturing services company draws on big data to offer ASIC block optimisations
The leading EDA analyst also charts growth for RTL and IC CAD in 2014 Market Share Summary, and highlights system-driven shifts in tool evaluation.
Not just Intel and TI but also Lenovo and Huawei have cause to welcome end to 25% import tax. And could it even help reinvigorate Chinese start ups?
Are we torn between evolution and revolution? Mentor Graphics' Joe Sawicki discusses how pattern matching already in fabs could move up and radically alter the design flow.
Process development alliance will enable Imec to experiment on 10 and 7nm processes in the computer before moving to the fab
EUV may be getting most R&D cash but the world's biggest foundry says e-beam currently has the edge on defects and double patterning.
Online portals enable ASIC designers to explore IP and delivery options, enabling lower-cost markets such as IoT
Head of TSMC R&D talks about what it will take to develop and use 10nm, 7nm processes, and a possible shift to using packaging to extend Moore's law scaling
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