Electronics, DIY, Makers, Hackers and Internet of Things (IoT)
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Huawei's DaVinci AI accelerators aim to serve everything from wearables to data centers, said an R&D engineer at Hot Chips.
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Most semiconductor enterprises in China are focusing on their survival and profit. It's impractical to force them to keep following Moore's Law or trying the IDM model for memory volume production.
The continued listing of major brands of 5G devices is reshaping the Chinese smartphone market.
IBM debuted Open Memory Interface, a DDR alternative that packs more DRAM on servers at higher bandwidth than DDR.
Commerce Department extends for three months the temporary license program that allows the Chinese telecommunications giant to buy components from U.S. suppliers despite being blacklisted.
Slowdown in electronic systems growth, falloff in new car purchases and the impact of the U.S.-China trade war to take toll on microcontroller sales, says IC Insights.
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Data center giants will drive a transition to 400G Ethernet next year and 800G soon after, said a networking veteran.
Cerebras will describe at Hot Chips the world's largest chip, a wafer-scale device aimed at unseating Nvidia's dominance in training neural networks.
5 days ago in News
Potential to create AI-ready wide-angle footage with embedded contextual data
The impact on passenger traffic is over, and effects on the electronics supply chain are fading, but the long-term impact on Hong Kong's entrepot trade will persist.