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Intel CEO Asks Altman $7 Trillion Question

Intel CEO Asks Altman $7 Trillion Question

Other than “we are gonna need a lot more [AI],” Altman said, “we are not in a place where we have numbers yet.”
Foundry Dreams Spotlighted at Intel-Palooza

Foundry Dreams Spotlighted at Intel-Palooza

Announcing Microsoft as a new customer, the promise to roll out 14A in 2026, touting the company’s expertise in advanced packaging, and the world’s most sustainable fabs: Is all this enough to lure customers to Intel Foundry?
Arm Doubles Down on AI, Chiplets With Neoverse Update

Arm Doubles Down on AI, Chiplets With Neoverse Update

The IP vendor is seeking to plug any gaps in its product portfolio by updating its existing IP offerings to serve a growing list of AI and chiplet customers.
Glazed with AI, Arm Market Value, Soar and Soar

Glazed with AI, Arm Market Value Soars

Arm is tying its future to artificial intelligence. The explosive rise in its market value would seem to justify this strategy.
As AI Challenges Chipmakers, EDA Must Up the Ante

As AI Challenges Chipmakers, EDA Must Up the Ante

The electronic design automation industry sits at an intersection. EDA companies’ tools are expected to turn out a new generation of AI chip designs that test the limits of conventional chip development and production.
Chiplets: If It Happens in China, Will It Stay in China?

Chiplets: If It Happens in China, Will It Stay in China? 

Going beyond trade barriers, what’s driving China to chiplets is financial motivation. They are looking for the reuse of low-cost, low-risk chiplet IP.
Memo to Auto Chipmakers: AVs' Failure is Your Failure, Too

Memo to Auto Chipmakers: AVs’ Failure is Your Failure, Too

Autonomous vehicles are on the path to failure. They may also doom the interests of their suppliers.
Cruise in San Francisco

Cruise Accident Response Focuses on How, Not Why

The AV company’s critics assert its remote controllers in Arizona are unable to ensure safe operations.
Cruise Crash Walkthrough Analysis

Cruise Crash Walkthrough Analysis

Phil Koopman’s stellar one-hour walkthrough of what happened at the Cruise Robotaxi crash on Oct. 2, 2023.
Can AV Understand? The Case of the Vanishing Pedestrian

Can AVs ‘Understand’? The Case of the Vanishing Pedestrian

Please, let’s stop calling Autonomous Vehicles “smart.” A new AV might be equipped with superior sensors and more powerful processors, but none of these can make its perception and predictions any more accurate, unless programmed to do so.
Chiplet Mission: Navigate Interconnect Complexity

Chiplet Mission: Navigate Interconnect Complexity

Blue Cheetah pushes die-to-die interconnect technology that, it claims, is both ‘standards-based’ and ‘customizable.’
Intel Tackles an Old Nemesis with Little Room for Errors

Intel Tackles an Old Nemesis with Little Room for Errors

Intel navigates a complex world where foundry alliances can help it solve the twin problems of falling sales and low capacity utilization. Can it pull this off?
Interconnecting Chiplets: A Many-Layered Challenge

Interconnecting Chiplets: A Many-Layered Challenge

The Ojo-Yoshida Report podcast series Dig Deeper—Chiplets interviews Tony Mastroianni of Siemens.
Amir Panush Writes Ceva's Next Growth Chapter

CEO Panush Writes Ceva’s Next Growth Chapter

Ceva’s new CEO Amir Panush has bold ambitions to expand via M&A. If so, whom should he target?
Waveguide Pixel Architecture Casts CMOS Image Sensors in a New Light

Waveguide Casts CMOS Image Sensors in a New Light

Imec has retained the image plane of conventional CMOS image sensors but replaced the optically inefficient filtering with an optical waveguide layer.
Chiplets: what lies below?

Chiplets: What Lies Below?

Being able to interconnect many chiplets at performance and power levels closer to those of on-die interconnect could allow design of genuinely enormous systems.
If Nvidia Is AI Hardware's Goliath, Where's David?

If Nvidia Is AI Hardware’s Goliath, Where’s David?

How can anyone break into a current AI semiconductor market in which TSMC dominates the foundry business and Nvidia has locked up the AI hardware and software used by developers?
Vegas Falcons Patrol the Sphere

Vegas Falcons Patrol the Sphere

Using ‘nature’ to solve tech problems might be a lesson for the tech industry.
TSMC: Name Change, Anyone?

TSMC: Name Change Anyone?

TSMC is changing to accommodate customers’ interests and avoid geopolitical problems but a rebranding may be in its future also.
Automotive: Industry Drowning in Tech

Automotive: Industry Drowning in Tech

Many automotive OEMs are completely unsuited to harnessing the flood of technological innovation that their industry is now drowning in.
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