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A roundup of news from SC21: With Frontier still not online, still no official Exascale systems in Top500 The post SC21: Chinese Supercomputer Approaches Quantum Performance appeared first on EETimes.
Now that 82% of U.S. households have a connected TV, advertisers are going to try to make the TV watching experience more interactive. The post Leaning In to Interactive TV appeared first on EETimes.
Overreliance on just-in-time deliveries complicates the volatile graphics processor sector. The post No End in Sight for GPU Supply Disruptions appeared first on EETimes.
Proximity to Austin operations proved to be the deciding factor. The post Samsung Selects Texas as Site for $17 Billion Fab appeared first on EETimes.
A look at how the open-source silicon movement is expanding chip design. The post The Democratization of Chip Design appeared first on EETimes.
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The next phase of IC prototyping effort underscores U.S. efforts to secure its technology supply chain. The post DoD Ramps Secure Chip Design Effort appeared first on EETimes.
Jay Last, a co-founder of Fairchild Semiconductor, was one of the most influential but least celebrated engineers at the dawn of the semiconductor era. The post Jay Last, Fairchild Semi Co-Founder, Builder of 1st Commercial IC, Dies at 92 appeared...
The PowerUP Expo and virtual conference set for Dec, 7-9 examines the future of power electronics. The post PowerUP: All Together Now! appeared first on EETimes.
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Synsense and Prophesee have joined forces to integrate a single-chip, event-based image sensor and neuromorphic processor. The post Neuromorphic Developers Partner to Integrate Sensor, Processor appeared first on EETimes.
The latest NCAP report addresses sensor technologies for factors such as eye-gaze tracking and data collection. The post Roadmap Emerges for Testing Driver Monitoring appeared first on EETimes.