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Intel Scores Major Win with MediaTek Foundry Agreement
Jul 25, 2022

Intel Foundry Services gets a significant boost by signing MediaTek as a foundry customer.

Software Doomed CEO, But It’s China That Will Cripple VW 
Jul 24, 2022

The biggest challenges facing a new VW CEO include penetrating the China market, software development, and overcoming the automaker’s hidebound corporate culture.

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Intel Optane Dominates Emerging-Memory Market
Jul 22, 2022

The only commercially available phase-change memory still faces hurdles competing against DRAM, NAND.

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What Caught Our Eye This Week
Jul 21, 2022

ST-VW deal, China investment scheme, Pelosi likes Nvidia

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First, Semiconductors. Then, an Innovation Road Map
Jul 20, 2022

Legislative maneuvering is frittering away the best chance to jump-start American technology innovation.

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Is ADAS a Solved Problem?
Jul 20, 2022

It’s widely understood that vehicle autonomy is hard. Conversely, it is widely accepted that ADAS is safe. But is it?  

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TSMC: The Foundry Fortress Built on Advanced Technologies
Jul 20, 2022

The Taiwanese juggernaut is posed to dominate the global foundry business for the foreseeable future.

ASML Results Show Asia Will Retain Chip Production Dominance
Jul 20, 2022

ASML’s Asian buyers overshadow others in demand for chip manufacturing equipment.

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SAE’s Driving Automation Standard Is Not a Road Map
Jul 19, 2022

Level 5 is a fantasy destination for now, and consumers don’t even want to go there. Luckily there’s an alternative route to demonstrable automation competency.

What’s the Big Deal with EUV?
China and the Turn of the Deep-UV Screw
Jul 19, 2022

A ban on exporting advanced lithography gear could ultimately fuel a Chinese domestic capability in a way that subsidies have failed to do.

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