Senior chip industry executives met at Bletchley Park to debate how to crack the code for U.K. semiconductor startup innovation and scaleup, appropriately in front of one of the code-breaking machines at the National Museum of Computing.
In this first webinar we consider the devices, including sensors and actuators, that exist at the edge of the system. With more processing moving to the edge, then device selection is becoming more complex.
The objective of this short course is to build the foundations, learn the technical principles, and evaluate the technology solutions that are making this transformation possible.
SiliconCatalyst.UK and National Microelectronics Institute launch initiative for Semiconductor Start-ups
SiliconCatalyst.UK (Silicon Catalyst) and the National Microelectronics Institute (NMI) have signed an agreement to collaborate to make the UK a leader in semiconductor start-up innovation in the next five years.
Simon Segars Arm CEO, commenting on the benefits of the Arm deal with NVidia, highlights the role of AI in the future.
Independent ASIC design house ICsense sustains continuous growth and invests in ATE platform to support mass production
ICsense, a TDK Group Company and independent subsidiary that focuses on ASIC supply and custom IC design services, is scaling up its bench test facilities by 40% ...
The BBC’s Katie Silver takes a look around the Singapore factory of one of the world’s largest chipmakers as it races to produce more.
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A Canadian chip technology developer is set to float in London and will set up a research and development headquarters [...]