US CHIPS Act Close to Being Signed into Law

July 28, 2022

The U.S. House today passed the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, which authorizes $280 billion in funding to boost semiconductor research and production in the country. The passage of the bill paves the way for U.S. president Joe Biden to sign the legislation into law, which would officially open up funding... Read more…

US Senate Passes CHIPS Act Temperature Check, but Challenges Linger

July 19, 2022

The U.S. Senate on Tuesday passed a major hurdle that will open up close to $52 billion in grants for the semiconductor industry to boost manufacturing, supply chain and research and development. U.S. senators voted 64-34 in favor of advancing the CHIPS Act, which sets the stage for the final consideration... Read more…

COVID-19 Clouds Chip Forecasts

April 15, 2020

Uncertainty over the duration and impact of COVID-19 on the global economy is prompting uncertain forecasts in key technology segments like semiconductors, a ma Read more…

GLOBALFOUNDRIES to Challenge Intel at 14nm

September 24, 2012

Chip manufacturer plans to offer 14nm FinFET transistors in 2014. Read more…

Developing Diminutive Transitors is a Fight Against Physics

July 16, 2012

EUV lithography, the technology chipmakers are counting on to keep Moore's Law alive, is behind schedule. Read more…

Keeping Moore’s Law Alive

July 5, 2012

Processor speed and power consumption are now at odds, which will force chipmakers to rethink their designs.. Read more…

Asset Smart Complete: AMD Now Two Separate Companies

March 4, 2009

The next AMD chip you buy may be designed by AMD, but it'll be built by the Foundry Co, AMD's new spin off. Read more…

AMD to Split Into Two Operations

October 7, 2008

Advanced Micro Devices said Tuesday that it would split into two companies — one focused on designing microprocessors and the other on the costly business of manufacturing them. Read more…

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