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US CHIPS and Science Act Signed Into Law

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UCIe Consortium Incorporates, Nvidia and Alibaba Round Out Board

August 2, 2022

The Universal Chiplet Interconnect Express (UCIe) consortium is moving ahead with its effort to standardize a universal interconnect at the package level. The c Read more…

OpenCAPI to Be Folded into CXL

August 1, 2022

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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…

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…

GPUs Are Role-playing Quantum Computers

July 27, 2022

Graphics processors are taking on a new role beyond gaming and artificial intelligence – they are now serving as surrogate quantum computers until the real hardware arrives. The Jülich Supercomputing Centre is using GPUs and a software toolkit from Nvidia to emulate quantum computers and research... 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…

New IBM Blog Details Path to Quantum Advantage in 2023

July 19, 2022

At IBM’s Quantum Summit last November, the company issued a detailed roadmap and declared it would deliver quantum advantage (better than classical computers) Read more…

Tachyum CEO Talks up the Present and Future of Its Universal Chip

July 18, 2022

Chip company Tachyum has designed what it calls a "universal processor," which has been under development since the company was founded in 2016. The chip, called Prodigy, has been touted as a single chip with combined functionality of a CPU, GPU and TPU. The company has conducted... Read more…

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