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Junko and Bola join Ron Wilson, our technology editor and the host of The Ojo-Yoshida Report’s Dig Deeper on Chiplets series, to compare notes.
Infineon is changing but don’t expect it to be more timid. For a peak at its future, examine closely its SiC and overall power semiconductor strategy.
Japan has developed its own “edge” AI accelerator. But it needs CPUs and chiplet expertise to turn it into commercial products. Who ya gonna call?
In Star Trek parlance, the AV industry has been confronted with a Kobayashi Maru, or a no-win situation, since its inception.
Wolfspeed is a market leader but investors are discounting its shares. It must find out why and tell a clearer story.
As we drive pell-mell into an era of AI and bewildering technology, I have lately harbored the hope that Volkswagen will seize the notion of a “simple car.”
Other than “we are gonna need a lot more [AI],” Altman said, “we are not in a place where we have numbers yet.”
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?
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.
Arm is tying its future to artificial intelligence. The explosive rise in its market value would seem to justify this strategy.
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