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The semiconductor industry is innovating at an unprecedented pace. WikiChip is committed to publishing quality, update-to-date, insightful, information on the latest semiconductor news that matters – in detail and on a technical level. Each year, WikiChip covers announcements and disclosures from dozens of conferences and other events: e.g., VLSI, IEDM, Hot Chips, and ISSCC, among many others. Unfortunately, offering this level of coverage incurs a sizable operating expense – involving hunting down leads, technical conferences, public corporate events, and other events across the world.
WikiChip is an independent news publisher based in New York. Though we try to fund our work with ads, to ensure WikiChip endures, we offer our loyal readers the ability to support us financially through the WikiChip Fuse subscription service.
WikiChip uses a unique strategy we call a decaying paywall subscription model. Certain articles – typically of high interest – will go online behind a paywall. All subscribers get access to those articles right away. Additionally, from time to time we might put up certain subscriber-only content.
Generally, most articles behind a paywall will ‘decay’ after a certain amount of time and will become freely accessible by anyone. The benefit to those who support us financially is the early access to information. This achieves the best of both worlds – keeping knowledge free while giving our supporters first dibs on articles.
WikiChip offers a single plan:
- General Membership – $7.75/month membership.
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