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Georges Karam, Sequans CEO, is confident that his company is right in continuing to hang onto its cellular IoT business – although cellular IoT is hardly a business for the faint of heart.
Seeking innovation beyond 5G cellular, U.S. regulators aim to open up 21 GHz of spectrum above 95GHz and allow experiments up to 3THz.
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DARPA is seeking developers in AI and bioelectronics to assist in its Bioelectronics for Tissue Regeneration (BETR) program.
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SK Hynix gave the first detailed description of a DDR5 synchronous DRAM chip at the International Solid State Circuits Conference, while Samsung described the implementation of an SDRAM process based on the low-power flavor of the spec, LPDDR5.
UltraSoC has extended its on-chip analytics architecture to provide monitoring and analytics of complex machine learning, artificial intelligence, and parallel computing chips comprising up to 65,536 elements.
Intel, Mediatek, and Samsung described recent LTE and 5G transceivers as Samsung debuted its first 5G handset and a foldable.
Startup IVEX-developed “safety co-pilot” will reside atop the existing AV stack used by carmakers. Functioning as “an extra safety layer,” the software will constantly evaluate the safety state of the AV.
The Neoverse N1 and E1 cores geared for the 7-nm node mark another step deeper into sockets for infrastructure systems dominated by Intel’s x86.
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Toshiba Memory laid claim to the highest-capacity flash memory device, describing a 96-layer, 1.33-Tb 3D NAND chip in a paper at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference.
Intel further described its technique for embedding spin-transfer torque-MRAM into devices using its 22-nm FinFET process, pronouncing the technology ready for high-volume manufacturing.
Samsung described the neural-net accelerator in its latest Exynos for smartphones and Toshiba presented a new ADAS chip at ISSCC.
By using a radar technology that can penetrate three meters into the ground, WaveSense collects ground-penetrating radar data of subterranean objects. By combining it with GPS tags, the startup creates unique subterranean maps that robocars can use for localization.
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Qualcomm announced its first integrated 5G baseband and an upgraded millimeter-wave module as startup Movandi said it plans a rival RF module.
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David Mandelbrot gives an update on Indiegogo’s crowdfunding efforts, where tech is the focus and China is its latest growth engine.
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RISC-V is getting attention of just about every vertical market, but it offers a number of particular benefits for military/aerospace designers.
Nvidia reported declining sales for its most recently concluded quarter, blaming continued inventory glut associated with the cryptocurrency price crash, a slowdown in sales to the data center, and weak sales of its high-end GPUs based on the Turing architecture.
This is your EETimes weekly briefing and these are the top stories from the week of February 15th.