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The Taiwanese foundry is unexpectedly adding a node that provides significant performance gain without having to redesign.
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Thermal verification, based on the performance of the overall system, should be carried out in the initial design phase.
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Tesla discussed everything from its home-grown deep learning accelerators and neural networks to full self-driving features and robo-taxi. Here's what Tesla announced, what the company did not say, and which claims left some industry observers skeptical.
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With the proliferation of intelligent devices, the industry needs new robust security approaches instead of trying to fix the cracks in existing designs.
Once confined to cloud servers with practically infinite resources, machine learning is moving into edge devices for various reasons including lower latency, reduced cost, energy efficiency, and enhanced privacy.
GlobalFoundries sold the 300-mm fab for $430 million as the foundry slims down and ON upgrades its analog business.
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"If you were contacted by the mayor of Paris, and asked for a list of technologies needed to restore Notre Dame, what would be your advice to her?" EE Times got in touch with Jon Peddie, 3D expert, and asked...
The fire at Notre Dame is a reminder that system engineering neither begins nor ends by developing the most advanced technology. More important is to perceive potential "foresight gaps" - anticipating how the completed system will be used.
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Lockheed Martin and Intel have collaborated to create a hardened security solution to protect data centers.
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An aerospace parts maker will test 802.11ax this year, one of several trials of it and 5G in industrial IoT.
As a journalist, your word is your bond. In my view, accuracy tops the list of reporters' best practices, but fairness - to the issue, the event, or the people you're covering - runs a close second.
A few days ago, Terry Gou said Mazu, a Chinese sea goddess, told him that he should run in Taiwan's presidential elections in 2020.
This is your EETimes Weekly Briefing. Today is Friday, April 19th, and among the top stories this week: Samsung is moving toward a 5-nanometer foundry process; Underwriters Lab is collaborating with Edge Case Research to draft a standard for autonomous...
The world might be divided between US-led and China-led spheres as the competition between the two countries carries over into artificial intelligence and 5G.
Today's processors are inadequate for tomorrow's automated vehicles. The AV industry is also in dire need of standards and a regulatory framework, auto makers told Forrester Consulting.
April has already seen several 5G-related announcements with new equipment, certifications, and collaborations.
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Graphcores new IPUs run complex neural networks up to 50x faster than GPUs.
Graphcore CEO points to GPUs as a problem for futuristic AI techniques.
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Electrical power systems require the optimal combination of primary and secondary sources.
NXP and Infineon are expanding radar development activities beyond their home turf - with NXP into China, Infineon to Linz, Austria, as the automotive radar chip market is turning red hot. NXP calls such a move "a war for talent."
The tech industry talks about the values of openness and collaboration but it thrives on secrecy and self-interest as the recent mobile shenanigans of Apple, Intel and Qualcomm show.
Markets expected to come back to earth after three-year growth run.
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The worry is that AIs will replace humans, but the unexpected sometimes happens. Meet an AI that is increasing employment for humans.
Omnitek has designed more than a dozen cores in recent years for rival Xilinx.