Shannon Davis

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Shannon, writes, edits and produces Semiconductor Digest’s news articles, email newsletters, blogs, webcasts, and social media posts. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Huntington University in Huntington, IN. In addition to her years of freelance business reporting, Shannon has also worked in marketing and public relations in the renewable energy and healthcare industries.

IEDM 2013 Preview

Next week, the researchers and practitioners of the electron device world will be gathering in Washington D.C. for the 2013 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting.

Are Hardware Hubs Coming?

Sensor fusion has been all the rage over the last year. We’ve all watched as numerous companies – both makers of sensors and the “sensor-agnostic” folks – have sported dueling algorithms. Sensor fusion has broadened into “data fusion,” where other non-sensor data like maps can play a part. This drama increasingly unfolds on microcontrollers serving as “sensor hubs.”

GLOBALFOUNDRIES to make Apple chips in New York fab?

I normally don’t have the time to follow local press, but occasionally Google Alerts pops up with something quite interesting.

GLOBALFOUNDRIES to make Apple chips in New York fab?

I normally don’t have the time to follow local press, but occasionally Google Alerts pops up with something quite interesting.

Design Enablement and the Emergence of the Near Platform

I am pleased to bring you this blog by Silex Microsystem’s Peter Himes, vice president marketing and strategic alliances.

Apple A7 uses Samsung’s 28nm process

Last week, we started tearing down the Apple iPhone 5S. There has been much speculation that Apple would be moving their processor chips over to TSMC, but I think that we can now decisively say that this has not occurred…

Apple A7 uses Samsung’s 28nm process

Last week, we started tearing down the Apple iPhone 5S. There has been much speculation that Apple would be moving their processor chips over to TSMC, but I think that we can now decisively say that this has not occurred…

Apple A7 uses Samsung’s 28nm process

Last week, we started tearing down the Apple iPhone 5S. There has been much speculation that Apple would be moving their processor chips over to TSMC, but I think that we can now decisively say that this has not occurred…

Defect-free mask blanks next EUV challenge

The next major roadblock to progress in the ongoing push to develop EUV lithography for volume production is the availability of defect-free mask blanks. According to Veeco’s Tim Pratt, Senior Director, Marketing, the tools in place today are not capable…

Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and Rockchip RK3188 – Battle of the Foundries!

The Snapdragon 800 (Qualcomm MSM8974) is Qualcomm’s leading-edge, low-power, mobile phone app’s processor with built-in 3G/4G LTE modem, using the latest Krait 400 CPU rated at 2.3 GHz and their 450 MHz Adreno 330 GPU. It was launched at this year’s CES…

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