If, as he asserts, “innovation is hope,” then political economist Dan Breznitz remains hopeful we can again find ways to make the things we need rather than relying on tenuous overseas supply lines.
In his latest book, Innovation in Real Places, Breznitz of the University of Toronto explores the causes of our hollowed-out manufacturing sector while demonstrating how regional planners waste billions of dollars seeking to become “Silicon Hyphens.”
Think Foxconn fleecing the state of Wisconsin, Cleveland courting Amazon’s HQ2.
We discussed these and other pressing issues with Breznitz. Listen to our podcast.Read More »Podcast: Technology Innovation and Our Manufacturing Future
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…