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Wednesday 27 April 2022
Pure-play foundries see automotive chip orders continue ramping up
Taiwan-based pure-play foundries continue to see orders for automotive semiconductors ramp up while stepping up their capacity expansion pace, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 20 April 2022
ASE gearing up for HPC chip boom
OSAT ASE Technology with its fan-out chip on substrate (FOCoS) packaging technology is gearing up for a boom in HPC chip demand, eyeing orders from major processor vendors including...
Friday 1 April 2022
Kioxia intros automotive UFS 3.1 embedded flash memory
Kioxia has started sampling its new UFS Ver. 3.1 embedded flash memory devices for automotive, according to the company. The new lineup utilizes Kioxia's cutting-edge BiCS FLASH 3D...
Friday 25 February 2022
Microprocessor sales growth to slow in 2022, says IC Insights
Worldwide microprocessor sales grew 14% to a record-high US$102.9 billion in 2021, after climbing 16% in 2020, when COVID-induced lockdowns drove up demand for PCs, large-screen smartphones...
Friday 25 February 2022
Kioxia intros next-gen UFS supporting MIPI M-PHY v5.0
Kioxia has announced sampling of what the company claims is the industry's first universal flash storage (UFS) embedded flash memory devices supporting MIPI M-PHY v5.0 for a variety...
Friday 18 February 2022
Elan, Chimei Motor to jointly explore ADAS market opportunities
Touchscreen control IC specialist Elan Microelectronics has announced plans to invest in Chimei Motor Electronics, looking to jointly explore lucrative business opportunities for...
Wednesday 16 February 2022
Global semiconductor sales hit record high in 2021, says SIA
The global semiconductor industry generated sales of US$555.9 billion in 2021, up 26.2% compared to the 2020 total of US$440.4 billion, and hitting an annual high, according to the...
Friday 21 January 2022
Kioxia intros UFS 3.1 embedded flash with QLC
Kioxia has announced the launch of its Universal Flash Storage (UFS) Ver. 3.1 embedded flash memory devices with 4-bit-per-cell, quadruple-level cell (QLC) technology for applications...
Wednesday 12 January 2022
ADLINK launches first embedded MXM graphics modules based on NVIDIA Ampere architecture for edge computing and AI
ADLINK EGX-MXM-A1000, EGX-MXM-A2000 and EGX-MXM-A4500 are the first modules to use NVIDIA's embedded GPUs based on NVIDIA Ampere architecture. ADLINK embedded MXM graphics modules...
Tuesday 4 January 2022
DDR5 key to stimulating overall DRAM bit supply growth in 2022
The overall DRAM bit supply growth is expected to decelerate in 2022, but demand for DDR5 memory could still be providing momentum, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 29 December 2021
Fan-out packaging demand to grow for mobile chips
Fan-out packaging demand will be rising, as Qualcomm and MediaTek reportedly are moving to adopt the technology for processing their handset-use APs and power management ICs (PMIC)...
Wednesday 22 December 2021
Unisoc adopts Imagination AI in 5G chips
Unisoc has used Imagination Technologies' Series3NX neural network accelerator (NNA) IP in its new smartphone 5G platforms - Tanggula T770 and T760 system-on-chips (SoC), according...
Wednesday 1 December 2021
Samsung intros new logic solutions to power next-gen automobiles
Samsung Electronics has introduced three automotive chip solutions, the Exynos Auto T5123 for 5G connectivity, the Exynos Auto V7 for comprehensive in-vehicle infotainment systems...
Friday 19 November 2021
AMD, MediaTek teaming up
AMD and MediaTek have jointly announced a collaboration to co-engineer industry-leading Wi-Fi solutions, starting with the AMD RZ600 series Wi-Fi 6E modules containing MediaTek's...
Monday 8 November 2021
Adata upbeat about 2022 DRAM market; Transcend cautious
Adata Technology has said it remains upbeat about the DRAM market outlook next year, believing DRAM spot prices are about to hit bottom and start recovering. Fellow memory module...
Wednesday 15 August 2018
Aaeon, a developer of embedded computers, has launched the EPIC-KBS9, a 4-inch SBC built to accommodate 65W Intel Core i socket-type processors. The board is ideal for data encryption, video streaming, and advanced machine vision applications, the vendor said. The EPIC-KBS9 comes with two SODIMM sockets, enabling a 32G dual-channel memory platform, and thanks to its PCIe [x4] slot, the board also supports NVMe SSDs for faster boot times and response rates. As a solution for LAN applications, the EPIC-KBS9 is fitted with four GbE LAN ports. It also features two USB3.0 ports, two USB2.0 internal connectors, an HDMI port, and two COM connectors. The motherboard can be expanded through its PCIe [x4] slot and an additional full mSATA/Mini-PCIe slot.
Friday 13 October 2017
Samsung eUFS solution for auto apps
Samsung Electronics has introduced the industry's first embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) solution for use in next-generation automotive applications. Consisting of 128GB and 64GB versions, the new eUFS solution has been designed for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), next-generation dashboards and infotainment systems that provide connected features for drivers and passengers. Embedded UFS solutions have been used in a variety of mobile applications since early 2015, when Samsung introduced 128GB embedded memory based on the JEDEC UFS 2.0 standard. Configured on JEDEC UFS 2.1, the new Samsung 128GB eUFS can read data at up to 850MB/s, which is approximately 3.4 times faster than the 250MB/s read speed of today's eMMC 5.0 solutions. It also offers about 6.3 times faster random reading than eMMC at 45,000 IOPS.
Wednesday 30 August 2017
Neousys Nuvo-5095GC IPC
Neousys Technology's Nuvo-5095GC is a compact and wide-temperature GPU-computing platform supporting Nvidia's GeForce GTX 950 and sixth-gen Intel Core processor. It is the first embedded controller targeting emerging applications of CUDA computing, autopilot, deep learning and virtual reality, according to the vendor. The Nuvo-5095GC possesses 768 CUDA cores to deliver computing power for arithmetic/graphics operations. Neousys' patented Cassette technology and new patent-pending thermal design help to effectively dissipate the heat generated by GPU, making this compact system capable of operating at 60 degrees Celsius with 100% GPU loading. The Nuvo-5095GC is based on Intel's Skylake platform, and supports 35W/65W sixth-gen Core processors and up to 32GB DDR4 memory in a 240mm by 225mm by 110mm footprint.
May 19, 12:09
Computex Focus: DataVan to showcase new retail solutions for new normal
Thursday 19 May 2022
STAr Technologies unveils one-touch memory test probe card
Wednesday 18 May 2022
Advanced vision AI eliminates potential risks in cleanroom environments for semiconductor and panel manufacturers
Wednesday 11 May 2022
NeoGene unveils novel ultra-thin heat-pipe-array vapor chamber technology for ultra-high-density power battery pack application
Notebook production in China unlikely to be fully restored until July
IC design houses under pressure to drop prices
Brand notebook vendors cut orders for 2022
YMTC sampling 192-layer 3D NAND chips
Datacenters to become biggest consumer of NAND flash in 2023-2024
Apple car team reportedly in talks with Korean and Japanese suppliers
AMD, MediaTek reportedly in talks to form JV
TSMC to raise quotes for advanced, mature process technologies by 10-20%
BYD Semiconductor takes major stake in Energen
Is GF a good buy for Intel?
EV penetration to rise to 30% in 2025, says DIGITIMES Research
Non-foundry IC segments gaining weight in HPC era, says DIGITIMES Research
DIGITIMES Research worldwide notebook shipment update – February 2022
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