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SEMI Pacific NW Breakfast Forum: The Future of Communication

Attention – Semiconductor professionals in the Pacific Northwest! SEMI 2017 is having another half-day breakfast forum.

How can the Chip Community Improve the Industry for IOT Designers?

Meeting the 20 billion IOT devices prediction by 2020 will require the semiconductor industry to streamline its processes for up and coming chip designers.

Why is Chip Design for IOT so Hard?

Internet-of-Things (IOT) designers face a different set of challenges from their traditional ASIC and SOC brethren. Will the market be ready?

Beginning the Discussion on the Internet-of-Space

A panel of experts from academia and industry assembled at the recent IEEE IMS event to answer critical questions are the role and impact of RFIC technologies.

Cybernetic Human Via Wearable IOT

UC Berkeley’s Dr. Rabaey sees humans becoming an extension of the wearable IoT via neuron connectivity at recent IEEE IMS event.

A Holistic Approach to Automotive Memory Qualification

The Robustness Validation approach in design of automotive memory components addresses reliability and safety margins between design and actual application.

World of Sensors Highlights Pacific NW Semiconductor Industry

Line-up of semiconductor and embedded IOT experts to talk at SEMI Pacific NW “World of Sensors” event.

IEEE Governance in Division

Will a proposed amendment modernize the governance of one of the oldest technical societies or transfer power to a small grouper of officials?

Has The Time Come for SOC Embedded FPGAs?

Shrinking technology nodes at lower product costs plus the rise of compute-intensive IOT applications help Menta’s e-FPGA outlook.

Increasing Power Density of Electric Motors Challenges IGBT Makers

Mentor Graphics answers failure mode questions and simulation-testing for IGBT and MOSFET power electronics in electronic, hybrid-electronic vehicles (EV/HEV).

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