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The DDR5 DRAM is optimised for Big Data, AI and ML, and has been predicted to see a steady growth in the global DRAM market in future SK Hynix, a Korea-based semiconductor supplier offering Dynamic Random Access Memory chips (DRAM),...
xMEMS Labs MEMS speaker delivers enhanced audio quality and extended listening times Takes over earlier coil-based speaker technology and replaces it with semiconductor technology xMEMS Labs, a developer of speaker technology for personal audio devices has introduced Montara, a...
Improves anomaly detection and reduces data storage costs using machine learning algorithms Includes a new data compression technology that enables long-duration waveform compression, high-resolution playback and analysis The automotive, IoT and mobile devices markets are growing rapidly.  These...
The solar cell is made of highly thin semiconductor materials and could have applications in satellite technology in space In a recent development in the field of solar energy, a research team at the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin (HZB) has developed...
It is equipped with high speed and enables low power consumption and solution size Suitable for increased demand in AI, ML and IoT applications With the rapidly evolving technology, a need to provide faster, higher density and lower power...
These thin films come with the benefits of better light reception and electrical conductivity, besides being environment-friendly.  Traditionally, semiconductors made from silicon have been used for creating materials that conduct electricity. Now, scientists from the University of Buffalo, the U.S....
Processing and storing of information by semiconductor chips at the same time can lead to the creation of memory devices that are even more compact than thier present counterparts and faster than what we can imagine. Millions of transistors are...
We are moving to a world which wants everything small except profits. We have small computers on our wrists, which we smartly call a smartwatch. Then we have the smart glasses, which somehow incorporate wireless transmitters in the sleek...
Convergence of functions require more compute power from processors and SoCs. For many decades Moore's law helpfully delivered the performance gains necessary without the need for significant design changes. However, that source of steady performance gains is slowing down. Moore's...
Everyday gadgets that we use employ highly miniaturised circuits and if you ever ‘accidently’ opened any such device, you know we cannot etch a processing chip on any regular Printed Circuit Board (PCB). These require clean rooms and sophisticated...