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Samsung 5 nm and 4 nm Update

Update and analysis of Samsung’s upcoming 5-nanometer and 4-nanometer process technologies.

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Intel Expands 22FFL With Production-Ready RRAM and MRAM on FinFET

Intel expands its 22FFL process with new production-ready MRAM and RRAM technologies.

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Inside Tesla’s Neural Processor In The FSD Chip

A deep dive into the custom-designed Tesla neural processing units integrated inside the company’s full self-driving (FSD) chip based on the Tesla Hot Chips 31 talk.

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IBM Open Sources Power ISA, Delays POWER10 to 2021

At the recent OpenPOWER Summit, IBM outlined their new roadmap, open-sourced the Power ISA, and made a number of additional announcements.

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DARPA ERI: HIVE and Intel PUMA Graph Processor

An update on the DAPRA HIVE program and the first disclosure of Intel’s Graph Analytics (GA) processor that is currently under development

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TSMC Talks 7nm, 5nm, Yield, And Next-Gen 5G And HPC Packaging

An update on TSMC current and forthcoming logic process nodes as well as their next-generation advanced packaging technologies.

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SEMICON West 2019: ASML EUV Update

An update on the current state of EUV systems which was given by ASML at SEMICON West 2019 earlier this month.

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DARPA ERI: How Ayar Labs Collaboration With GF Produces A Photonics Chiplet That Can Supercharge Intel FPGAs

From a DARPA vision and a $15 million seed to a commercialized CMOS silicon photonics product: how Ayar Labs collaboration with GF produces a photonics chiplet that can supercharge Intel FPGAs.

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Intel Labs Builds A Neuromorphic System With 64 To 768 Loihi Chips: 8 Million To 100 Million Neurons

Intel announced Pohoiki Beach and Pohoiki Springs, two new research neuromorphic systems capable of scaling from 64 to 768 Loihi chips with 8 million to 100 million neurons per system.

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Nvidia Inference Research Chip Scales to Dozens of Chiplets

Nvidia recently presented a research chip comprising dozens of chiplets that enables them to scale from milliwatts to hundreds of watts in order to cater to different markets such as edge, mobile, automotive, and data center.

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