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Demand for cloud computing services prompts huge quarterly investments in data center infrastructure. The post Cloud Market Goes ‘Pyrocumulus’ appeared first on EETimes.
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Marvell has been gradually building itself into a powerhouse supplier of silicon for high-speed applications such as data center and 5G. The post Marvell Scoops Up Innovium for $1.1B appeared first on EETimes.
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The Internet of Everything brings a new era in hyperconnectivity and with it, new opportunities and development challenges. This article walks through best practices for smarter development and project management. The post IoE: A New Era in Hyperconnectivity, Opportunities, and...
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Lifestyle trends and a modest floor plan can get anyone ready for the rental economy. But give up the CD collection? Not just yet. The post The Rental Economy and Stuff appeared first on EETimes.
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Space-qualified FPGAs bring with them challenging voltage regulation requirements. The post Why Radiation Hardness Matters for Point-of-Load Converters appeared first on EETimes.
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In an interview, Tsung-Tsong Wu, minister of science and technology, described Taiwan's innovation roadmap that extends well beyond its status as the world's chip foundry. The post Taiwan’s Tech Chief Applies Pandemic Lessons to Innovation appeared first on EETimes.
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That water is in short supply is not news, but things are set to get more challenging. Close to 2.4 billion people already live in “water scarce” areas, according to the World Data Lab, which operates the Water Scarcity Clock....
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A new breed of IoT-based wildfire early warning systems, offered by startups like Dryad networks, is coming onto the market. Will they make a difference in a world increasingly beset by flames? The post Can IoT Help Catch Wildfires In...
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Autonomous vehicles will require lots of sensors, vast computing power and AI software to manage multiple complex systems. The post AV Complexity Explained appeared first on EETimes.
SEMI reports record silicon wafer shipments, semiconductor manufacturing gear billings. The post Demand for Silicon Outstrips Supply appeared first on EETimes.
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People just aren’t prioritizing the Olympics in the way they may have five years ago, but I always enjoy the event, and this year is no exception. The post Consuming the Olympics is Easier with a Menu appeared first on...
A plausible explanation emerges for one of the most enduring mysteries of the space race. The post Gus Grissom and the ‘Hatch Crap’ appeared first on EETimes.
Blaize is one of the most mature AI chip startups. The company is targeting automotive applications as well as industrial, retail and beyond The post Automotive AI Startup Blaize Closes $71 Million Funding Round appeared first on EETimes.
Intel is renaming its process nodes, and provided details about its next five. It also said AWS and Qualcomm are customers. The post Intel Charts Manufacturing Course to 2025 appeared first on EETimes.
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Autonomous vehicle (AV) startups have raised billions of dollars to develop and test their self-driving technology. They will need far more to continue developing, testing and eventually deploying various AV use-cases. There is more venture capital available, but at some...
PlasticArm revealed by Arm Research and PragmatIC shows the potential of being able to produce Flexible Arm processors for smart sensors, smart labels and health wearables. The post PlasticArm SoC Puts Arm Cortex-M0 on Flexible Substrate appeared first on EETimes.
When will tech investors wake up and stop burning billions on all things self-driving? The post Magma’s Deal for Veoneer Eliminates Some Roadblocks appeared first on EETimes.
They are also striking parallels between today's hackers and ancient ninja warriors. The post To Hack or Not to Hack: Security Researchers Need Better Laws appeared first on EETimes.
There appears to be little need yet for storage class memory controllers that have simpler requirements. The post NAND Directs the Future of Memory Controllers appeared first on EETimes.
I have slow internet even though I have Gigabit service. Verizon’s speed test showed a download speed of 219 Mbps, upload 350 Mbps. This was at 5 p.m. on a summer Sunday with just two computers, a couple of phones...
Viavi nearly doubled its original bid and offered $8.00 a share for Exfo, only to see its offer — once again — spurned. The post Viavi Still Chasing Disinterested Exfo appeared first on EETimes.
Canadian data center AI chip startup plans to support customer engagements, accelerate second-gen product The post Untether Completes $125 Million Funding Round appeared first on EETimes.
Automotive data has been hard to monetize. So NXP and Moter have a new platform enabling deep access to vehicle data and edge processing to enable real-time insurance risk assessment. The post Edge Processing Bridges Automotive Data & Insurance Gap...
In the relentless pursuit to increase performance while reducing size, the semiconductor industry is exploring every avenue possible. Packaging, the process of combining different parts of a component, provides a promising area for advancements. An expert from SK hynix offers...
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While the benefits of cloud are significant, many semiconductor companies are still lagging behind in adoption. The post The Cloud is the Key to Driving Innovation appeared first on EETimes.