How Intel Plans to Rebuild Its Manufacturing Supply Chain

September 29, 2022

Intel's engineering roots saw a revival at this week's Innovation, with attendees recalling the show’s resemblance to Intel Developer Forum, the company's ann Read more…

Repeating Manufacturing Mistakes Could Jeopardize Intel’s Fab Plans

July 29, 2022

Intel is welcoming new customers as it reimagines its future as a chip manufacturing powerhouse, but it will have to earn its stripes by proving it won't repeat past fabrication mistakes that put the company in a tailspin, analysts said. The chipmaker this week signed up Mediatek as a new customer for its factories... Read more…

Tiny Chips Cause Giant Error Correction Challenges

February 9, 2022

It’s no secret that finding and correcting errors in modern computer chips is an ever-growing problem. An article published this week in the New York Times ( Read more…

Snapshot of US-based Chip Manufacturing’s Continuing Decline

November 3, 2020

The shrinking of U.S-based chip manufacturing is hardly a new concern. It’s been happening for decades and is again drawing U.S. government attention to poten Read more…

Trump, Chipmakers Mull Jump-starting U.S. Chip-making Capacity

May 10, 2020

The Trump administration is in talks with Intel and TSMC to spur development of new chip factories in the U.S. according to a report in the Wall Street Journal Read more…

TSMC and Samsung Moving to 5nm; Whither Moore’s Law?

June 12, 2019

With reports that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TMSC) and Samsung are moving quickly to 5nm manufacturing, it’s a good time to again ponder whither goes the venerable Moore’s law. Shrinking feature size has of course been the primary hallmark of achieving Moore’s law... Read more…

China Reports Breakthrough in Developing 3nm Transistors

May 29, 2019

Researchers from China have reported success developing 3nm transistors – about the width of a human DNA strand – that show promise for practical use in chi Read more…

DARPA’s CHIPS Program Aims for Mix-and-Match Functionalities

August 29, 2017

Last week the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) held the kickoff meeting for its new CHIPS (Common Heterogeneous Integration and Intellectual Pr Read more…

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