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Lattice Semiconductor offers mid-range FPGA's 12/7/2022
Lattice has announced a new technology platform for its mid-range FPGA products, Avant, and the first series of mid-range FPGAs to be built on this platform, the Avant-E series, with up to 500 thousand logic cells.
SMART Modular offer High-performance, Low-power Data Center SSDs 12/7/2022
SMART’s DC4800 devices are designed with a specialized hardware-accelerated SSD controller that draws less power without compromising storage input/output (I/O) performance.
Is Apple replacing SIM card with eSIIMs? 12/7/2022
The recent release of Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 14 revealed a number of updates, notably Apple’s adoption of eSIM technology. The phone is one of the first mobile phones and indeed one of the first consumer products to swap out the traditional, physical SIM card for an eSIM, a design change that has garnered considerable attention.
SpaceX prepares to expand Starlink technology to military and government applications 12/7/2022
The company is promoting(Opens in a new window) Starshield as a satellite communication service for “national security” purposes. It's designed to leverage the same technology as Starlink, but it goes beyond merely supplying high-speed internet.
Samsung to retain its current two CEO system plus a woman president 12/6/2022
Samsung announced its first woman president. President is the highest executive position within the electronic maker only behind CEO and vice chairman.
Rain demonstrates AI on analog chip designs 12/6/2022
The process required many orders of magnitude less energy compared with today’s GPU systems. While Rain’s initial work has proven AI can be trained efficiently using analog chips.
STMicroelectronics and Soitec work together for its future 200mm SIC substrate manufacturing 12/6/2022
The transition to 200mm SiC wafers will bring substantial advantages to our automotive and industrial customers as they accelerate the transition toward electrification of their systems and products.
Graphene sensor has major benefits 12/6/2022
One notable exception is graphene-based sensors, which have slowly and steadily been coming to the market across different industry sectors and from a range of companies around the world,
Global semiconductor equipment billings rose by 9% 12/5/2022
“The 9% quarter-over-quarter increase in equipment spending for Q3 reflects the semiconductor industry’s determination to bolster fab capacity to support long-term growth and technology innovation.”
An Israeli Startup focus on developing new, innovative EV batteries 12/5/2022
StoreDot, an Israeli company developing new, innovative battery chemistry that it asserts is fast, safe, and cost-effective, i
Another GaN lab opened in China 12/5/2022
Transphorm Inc. has opened a new office in Shenzhen, China, to enhance local customer support, sales, and marketing efforts. It will also serve as an application lab for regional customers developing gallium nitride (GaN)-based power systems as well as global R&D efforts.
onsemi completed of the divestment of its Niigata, Japan facility to JS Foundry K.K. 12/5/2022
JS Foundry was founded through a partnership between Mercuria Investment Co. Ltd and Sangyo Sosei Advisory Corp. Inc. Mercuria, a subsidiary of Mercuria Holdings Co. Ltd, is one of the leaders in the Japanese alternative investment space, with its investments covering different industries including manufacturing and service industries.
Automotive semiconductor chips is expected to reach more than $80 billion in 2027 12/2/2022
Electrification and ADAS are the main drivers for this growth for which the most common devices are Si IGBT modules and SiC MOSFET modules which are used in the main inverters for e-motor traction.
It's not too early to start 6G research 12/2/2022
The Brooklyn 6G Summit (B6GS) is an academic conference sponsored by Nokia that is held every year at the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering in Downtown Brooklyn.
Soldering in assembly might not be required 12/2/2022
When we look at some of the most common causes of failure in an electronic product, solder is at the core.
DoorDash laid off approximately 1,250 workers 12/2/2022
Impacted staffers—who account for about 6%(Opens in a new window) of the entire workforce—will receive 17 weeks of compensation (13 weeks plus a four-week lump sum severance pay), as well as their February 2023 stock vest. All health benefits continue through March, after which employees can opt in and pay for COBRA coverage for up to 18 months.
British smartphone company teamed up with MediaTek to offer satellite-to-mobile messaging 12/1/2022
When Bullitt Group launches the device in Q1 2023, it could be a game changer for anyone living in a rural area where sending text messages isn't possible due to a lack of cellular signal.
Samsung to use recycled sewage water 12/1/2022
The chipmaker said Wednesday that it signed an agreement with the government to reuse treated sewage water for industrial use.
NXP's new AFE family allows operators to configure a smart factory setting based on shifting market needs 12/1/2022
.New NXP analog front-end (N-AFE) family for high-precision data acquisition and condition monitoring systems for factory automation helps enable the software-defined factory, making it easier for operators to configure a smart factory and adjust settings based on shifting market needs.
Infineon signed MoU to supply SIC chips to Stellantis 12/1/2022
The potential sourcing volume and capacity reservation have a value of significantly more than €1 billion.
TI expanded its portfolio of space-grade analog semiconductor products 11/30/2022
TI developed a new device screening specification called space high-grade in plastic (SHP) for radiation-hardened products and introduced new analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) that meet the SHP qualification.
High power DC transmission lines are coming back 11/30/2022
Ohmic (resistive) losses in power-transmission lines were unavoidable. The only solution was to increase the line voltage used for power transmission, thus decreasing the line current by the same factor. Because ohmic power losses are proportional to the square of the current (P = I2R), the savings are exponential and significant.
Global semiconductor revenue is projected to decline by 3.6% in 2023 11/30/2022
“The short-term outlook for semiconductor revenue has worsened,” said Richard Gordon, Practice Vice President at Gartner. “Rapid deterioration in the global economy and weakening consumer demand will negatively impact the semiconductor market in 2023.”
EV to bring positive changes to the world 11/30/2022
EV adoption is currently increasing in the United States for several reasons—EV’s not only utilize energy more efficiently, but they produce a much lower carbon footprint compared to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEV).
South Korea is heavily reliant on China for its semiconductor exports 11/29/2022
As Korea's reliance on the Chinese market increased during that period, its accumulated chips export showed a decline of 16.3 percent. This appears to have affected the country's total chips export by decreasing 19.1 percent on-year, according to the trade association.
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