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Rebuilding U.S. chip manufacturing and distribution networks is a marathon, not a sprint. The post U.S. Takes First Steps Toward Resilient Supply Chains appeared first on EETimes.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) sensor technology has continuously evolved to close the gap between what consumers see and the images their cameras can capture. This column looks at the benefits and drawbacks of HDR technology developments. It also previews new...
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Qualcomm and MediaTek have plugged the gap that Huawei left when the US forced Huawei's HiSilicon out of the smartphone chip business last year. The post Qualcomm, MediaTek Fill Vacuum HiSilicon Left in Smartphones appeared first on EETimes.
Seasonality appears to be a thing of the past as the memory sector advanced during the traditionally slow Q1. The post A Chip Industry for All Seasons appeared first on EETimes.
A look at semiconductor layers, multiple epitaxial layers of different materials, lattice-matched layers, solid layers, and best practices for semiconductor materials. The post Strained Semiconductor Layers Shift the Paradigm appeared first on EETimes.
Infinera has stepped up its effort for industry-wide recognition of its point-to-multipoint XR Optics technology that uses coherent pluggable transceivers. The post Infinera creates Forum for XR Optics push appeared first on EETimes.
The German rules so far cover only fixed-route deployments. The post Germany Leads the Autonomous Vehicle Regulation Race appeared first on EETimes.
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We are dangerously dependent on having governments dictate how to design, manufacture, sell, and profit from the products we develop. The post The Other Risk of Using Toxic Materials appeared first on EETimes.
Electric vehicle technology and infrastructure are maturing, steering us to sustainable forms of transportation. The post EVs Shift to the Express Lane appeared first on EETimes.
Schneider Electric has recently introduced the Square D Easy 3-phase UPSfamily in the US and Canada to make business continuity easy for small and medium commercial buildings. The post Square D Easy Offers UPS for Light Industrial Use appeared first...