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South Korea is determined to remain at the forefront of semiconductor production. Samsung is on board, while SK Hynix seems tentative. The post Korea Teases Fab Expansions appeared first on EETimes.
Electrical grounds are simple in concept, but seemingly minor production process changes can negate their effectiveness, as seen on the Boeing 737 MAX. The post When Poor Grounding Leads to More Grounding appeared first on EETimes.
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Technically, Junko Yoshida is "retiring." I call it getting on with her life. The post Au Revoir, Junko appeared first on EETimes.
While the tech industry continues to tout a “renaissance” of artificial intelligence, the number of AI chip startups has begun to plateau. The post AI Startups Plateau, AI SoCs Soar, and the Edge Diverges appeared first on EETimes.
AI processors demand the use of more power. One way to compensate is to redesign data centers with 48-V racks, though that has resulted in new power conversion challenges. The post 48-V Power Architecture Supports Next Generation AI Processors appeared...
Embedded vision innovation is moving at a breakneck pace. Now it needs an ecosystem. The post Embedded Vision: Giving Machines the Power of Sight appeared first on EETimes.
Awareness of the importance of robust driver monitoring systems has risen significantly in recent weeks. I will explore some of the most common misconceptions I've seen written about this vital safety technology. The post Busting Myths of Driver Monitoring Systems...
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Radiation hardening and low power allows for smarter on-board satellite data processing, using Infineon's new SRAMs The post Infineon SRAM is Space Bound appeared first on EETimes.
Digital frames are theoretically one of the best things that's ever happened to photography. Theoretically. The post The Enduring Allure of Digital Frames appeared first on EETimes.
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Machine learning algorithms running on quantum computers are being used to improve Li-ion battery performance and safety. The post Modeling Battery Designs via Quantum Computers appeared first on EETimes.