Tuesday 7 November 2023
Gowin Semiconductor carves niche in automotive FPGA products, gradually gaining ground in industry
When it comes to Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), the market often thinks of Xilinx under AMD, the PSG division under Intel, and Lattice Semiconductor as the major providers...
Friday 6 October 2023
With AMD acquiring Xilinx, why is Intel willing to let go of Altera?
AMD CEO Lisa Su recently suggested that an "economic moat" has yet to form in the AI sector, hinting that Nvidia's leading...
Thursday 5 October 2023
Intel to split FPGA business, eyeing IPO for the unit in three years
Intel has gone in the opposite direction for its FPGA business compared to its peers by announcing a plan to split off its programmable chip unit in 2024. Analysts cautioned the move...
Tuesday 19 September 2023
Intel extends FPGA family to seize opportunities from cloud to edge
To strengthen its position in data centers, Intel invested US$16.7 billion in 2015 to acquire FPGA manufacturer Altera, actively integrating Xeon processors with FPGA technology,...
Friday 18 August 2023
Advanced packaging becomes next battlefield for Intel and TSMC
The importance of advanced packaging to the continuation of Moore's Law has already attracted TSMC and Intel to the field.
Tuesday 25 April 2023
Chinese SSD controller vendors actively tapping enterprise market
China's SSD (solid-state drive) control chip suppliers, including DapuStor, are keen to tap into the enterprise-use SSD market with high-end controllers developed in house, aiming...
Tuesday 18 April 2023
System-level testing demand rising; TSMC, Intel, and other foundries are in
System-level testing demand for advanced ICs has been rising. Foundries including TSMC, Intel and Samsung Electronics, as well as OSATs such as ASE Technology, are already involved,...
Monday 27 March 2023
AMD's AI strategy to drive OSAT sales in China and Taiwan
As Nvidia founder Jensen Huang observed the "iPhone moment for AI", AMD has also strengthened its role in artificial intelligence (AI). The GPU/CPU provider has reportedly set up...
Friday 10 March 2023
Microchip intros integrated development kit to speed design of FPGA-based satellite systems
Developers using FPGAs to meet satellite system payload and throughput requirements can speed designs by prototyping with space-qualified devices rather than commercial off-the-shelf...
Thursday 23 February 2023
Andes to beef up operations in Taiwan and North America
Silicon IP provider Andes Technology has said it will continue to recruit talent to staff its design centers in Taiwan and North America.
Wednesday 1 February 2023
China FPGA startup completes fundraising for 14nm chip development
Ehiway Microelectronics Technology has raised an undisclosed amount of funding through Series B+ round of financing. The proceeds will be utilized for the development of the company's...
Monday 17 October 2022
Japanese startup uses NanoBridge technology to build FPGAs for space and automotive applications
Participating in the Taiwan Innotech Expo 2022, the Japanese company NanoBridge Semiconductor (NBS) was one of the companies winning the...
Thursday 13 October 2022
China to face heavy blow from US new trade ban, with global IC players to suffer also
The latest tough and expanded US restrictions on shipments to China of advanced chips manufacturing equipment, supercomputer chips and high-end AI and HPC chips will not only drastically...
Tuesday 4 October 2022
CHPT obtains MEMS probe card orders from FPGA vendors
Taiwan-based Chunghwa Precision Test Tech (CHPT) has landed MEMS probe card orders from several major tier-1 international FPGA vendors, according to industry sources.
Monday 5 September 2022
China may step up purchases of AI GPUs from Nvidia, AMD prior to export ban
The fresh US ban on exports of AI GPUs to China has sparked market speculation that the restriction may prompt Chinese clients to accelerate and increase shipment pull-ins for advanced...
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