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More sanctions against Huawei and TSMC setting down in Arizona seem to be different sides of one coin, but they aren't, really. The post The TSMC and Huawei Announcements Are Not as Linked as You May Think appeared first on...
Tech rhetoric for China semiconductors far exceeds its actual high-tech capabilities. The post China’s Tech Reach Falls Short of its Ambitions appeared first on EETimes.
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Real-time AI has computing requirements that can’t be met by CPUs and GPUs. The post Entering the Era of Real-Time AI appeared first on EETimes.
A mix of new workloads and new data-driven apps mean gains in energy efficiency will be difficult. The post Can AI Accelerators Green the Data Center? appeared first on EETimes.
We examine the technologies and increasingly AI-driven applications that are reshaping the data center. The post Intelligence at Hyper-Scale appeared first on EETimes.
AI chip startups are hot on the heels of GPU leader Nvidia. The post AI Chip Menu Expands for Data Centers appeared first on EETimes.
5G announcements include RF extender technology for millimeter wave and chipset development for home equipment. The post Verizon Partners with Movandi, NXP, Qualcomm for 5G appeared first on EETimes.
Senate Democratic leaders want to know if there's a plan for reshoring IC production capabilities, and what enticements the Trump Administration may have offered TSMC. The post Senators Seek Suspension of TSMC US Fab Project appeared first on EETimes.
In the wake of Covid-19, voice, as a user interface, will become a significant factor in architectural design of many consumer products. The post Covid-19 Shifts Voice User Interface from Feature to Necessity appeared first on EETimes.
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What affects hyper-scalers’ accelerator choices, and what hardware are they actually choosing? The post Hyper-scale Infrastructure Services Accelerate appeared first on EETimes.