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DecaWave will try to rally other UWB chip vendors later this year to form a trade alliance to promote their wireless IoT location technology.
Qualcomm affirms it will use Samsung for 7nm, despite reports that the company will transfer some of its advanced production to TSMC this year.
Here's why next week's Embedded World conference in Nuremberg, Germany, has become one of the key events in the electronic engineers' calendar.
Ceva will come to Barcelona armed with its 5G New Radio IP Platform. The most notable element in that platform is Ceva's built-in AI engine. Ceva claims that it's the first to use neural networks to optimize 5G's data throughput.
Intel will show a 5G-enabled 2-in-1 PC at Mobile World Congress, and it signed a deal to develop mobile 5G chips with China's Spreadtrum.
New bid is worth $117 billion, down from $121 billion after Qualcomm increased its offer for NXP Semiconductors.
The world's top-ten chipmakers investing in R&D raised the ante last year by 6 percent, led by Intel, according to market research firm IC Insights. The top ten increased their overall expenditures to $35.9 billion in 2017.
Best known for its smartphone processors, Qualcomm is quietly gaining ground in the embedded market.
Commercial robotic cars will hit the road in 2018, not - as previously predicted - two or three years from now. Supply chain intelligence collected by Yole Developpement shows the autonomous vehicle market evolution for the next five years.
Manufacturers and network administrators need to come together and weave a security defense for the Internet of Things.
The next big steps for 5G will be defining standards by mid-June for low latency and virtualization, opening the door to edge cloud networks.
Broadcom said it was evaluating its options for acquiring Qualcomm after Qualcomm and NXP agreed to a new deal, which had been widely expected based on the performance of NXP's stock in the 16 months since the two companies first...
SIA President and CEO lays out the organization's policy objectives for the year.
NXP is launching GreenBox, a HEV/EV development platform. NXP hopes that car OEMs and tier ones will jumpstart in developing new hybrid and electric vehicle applications on NXP's S32 automotive processing multicore platform.
Three new modules based on Xilinx FPGAs are now available from embedded systems prototyping supplier Pro Design for development and verification of SoC designs based on Arm Cortex processors.
Startup developing a 5G beamforming module looks to characterize designs, then more into production.
1 month ago in News
The International Solid-State Circuits Conference last week showcased a few new developments on the image sensor front, outgrowing the past beauty-contest trend in favor of a race to add more context to images as their sensors capture them.
A new AI event at Stanford gathered hardware and software specialists trying to capture the latest lessons in the rapidly evolving field of deep learning.
The co-founder of a weather network and analytics company describes a proprietary IoT sensor network it is deploying to give it an edge.
Deal gives ST access to laterally diffused metal oxide semiconductor technology and IP for the RF power market.
The centralized architecture of most IoT solutions means that there is serious potential lack of resilience. Blockchain is an emerging technology that could help with system resiliency.
AI will be finding its way into smart factory solutions this year.We decided to ask the experts to find out how much progress we can expect once we unleash the power of this game changing technology.
Tsinghua Unigroup has joined with China-backed semiconductor investment firm Sino IC Capital and the municipal government of Chongqing in a joint venture that plans to invest up to $100 billion in Tsinghua manufacturing facilities in the next 10 years, according...
Researchers and a Google executive described fresh ideas for accelerating neural networks at ISSCC, many focused on in-memory computing.
Teresa Meng took to the podium in front of hundreds of male colleagues at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference and gave a tutorial on the institutional sexism in their profession.