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Samsung / TSMC have been mass-produced 10nm process, AMD will soon be fully adopted GlobalFoundries 7nm, but as the semiconductor industry giants, Intel 10nm process has not come out, the earlier years of Tick-Tock architecture / process gradually gradual upgrade of the road is also slow Down. At CES 2018, Gregory Bryant, senior vice president of client computing at Intel, finally broke the silencmore

The International Semiconductor Industry Association (SEMI) updated the World Fab Forecast report at the end of 2017, pointing to a new record high of $ 57 billion in spending on fab equipment in 2017.</p> <p>SEMI Taiwanese president Cao Shirun said: &quot;Due to strong demand for chips, high memory pricing, fierce market competition and other factors continue to drive up investmenmore

Due to the small size of the MicroLED die, it will be possible to build various sensor components on the substrate in the future, which will bring devastating innovations to the panel industry. On the other hand, MicroLED also escapes the threshold for the traditional panel industry that requires a large amount of capital investment, giving SMEs a chance to win a share in this field as well.</pmore

According to the Yonhap news agency reported on December 20, Samsung Electronics announced on the 20th, the company has begun production of DRAM memory chips through the second generation of 10-nanometer process technology.</p> <p>Samsung said the company used a second-generation 10-nanometer process to produce 8Gb DDR4 chips and achieved a new breakthrough. In February 2016, Samsung hmore

Lattice Semiconductor, a leading provider of customized smart interconnect solutions, today announced the industry's first pre-certified, ready-to-launch GigaRay MOD65412 60 GHz module ideal for high-speed wireless infrastructure applications The solution. Lattice's SiBEAMĀ® phased-array antennas and e-beam steering technology minimize operator installation and maintenance costs for fixed and mobilmore

Qualcomm filed an application with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC), hoping to ban the use of Intel modems iPhone imports to the United States. Affected phones include iPhone X, 8/8 Plus, 7/7 Plus.</p> <p>These handsets support AT &amp; T and T-Mobile networks, while Verizon and Sprint use Qualcomm modems and therefore will not be affected.</p> <p>more