After two years of legislative maneuvering, the U.S. Congress at last acted in late July to strengthen American technology supply chains with passage of the $280 billion Chips and Science Act.Read More »Podcast: The CHIPS Act and How Best to Spend $52B
We recently caught up with Calista Redmond, CEO of RISC-V International.
Redmond is a dynamic executive representing the nonprofit organization fostering the adoption of RISC-V cores. Asked about the industry group’s trajectory, she explained: “RISC-V had formatively gotten through the wrangles of startup mode and fully into operational state and explicit growth at the same time.”Read More »Podcast: What Does the Future Hold For RISC-V?
Our guest this week is Mike Feibus, president and principal analyst of Feibus Tech. Mike is also a member of the Ojo-Yoshida Report‘s editorial advisory board.
We invited Mike back to discuss a proposed consortium of chip companies buying a stake in Arm. The idea was floated by Qualcomm CEO Christiano Amon in a recent interview with the Financial Times.Read More »Podcast: Why Buy a Stake in Arm?
Our guest on this episode is Tu Le, founder and managing director of Sino Auto Insights, a Beijing-based “innovation and management” consulting firm.Read More »Podcast: China’s EV/AV Sectors on a Roll
There are several problems with the European Chips Act. They are characterised by a lack of focus that is manifested in many ways.
By Peter Clarke I was prompted to record this by the news that Intel has begun the sell-offof its non-volatile memory and solid-state drive businesses to SK Hynix, ina $9 billion deal that includes a wafer fab in Dalian, China, and will takeuntil 2024 to complete. Listen to the podcast…
Will a minority stake in Arm be the most Nvidia is allowed? Or will Nvidia be allowed a chance to buy only a small portion of the IP licensor, such as the artificial intelligence part? And will that prompt Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang to throw in the towel?