SEMICON Japan, the largest and most influential gathering of the electronics manufacturing supply chain in Japan, opens tomorrow at Tokyo Big Sight with a focus on innovation opportunities and business growth potential fueled by leading-edge technologies including 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning and quantum computing.
Global sales of total semiconductor manufacturing equipment by original equipment manufacturers are forecast to reach a new high of $103 billion in 2021, surging 44.7% from the previous industry record of $71 billion in 2020, SEMI announced today.
New algorithm predicts processor power consumption trillions of times per second while requiring little power or circuitry of its own.
But these terms are used interchangeably, which may create additional challenges.
Past efforts to accelerate simulation with special-purpose hardware have repeatedly fallen behind the ever-improving performance of general-purpose computers, enabled by Moore’s Law. But Moore’s Law is ending, and the time is right to fundamentally rethink simulation algorithms, methodologies, and computational strategies.
Deputy Secretary Don Graves of the U.S. Department of Commerce joined SEMI President Ajit Manocha on the keynote stage Tuesday morning to share the current status of the CHIPS Act, as well as address the current struggles of the chip supply chain.
Eightfold AI, the provider of the Talent Intelligence Platform, today announced the publication of a new report, “How the U.S. Can Reshore the Semiconductor Industry.”
The market drivers behind the semiconductor industry’s explosive growth are well known: AI, 5G, cloud computing, super computing, the IoT, gaming, automotive, medical and smart manufacturing, and of course, the work from home trend driven by the global pandemic.
The theme of Advantest’s exhibit will be “Converging Technologies. Advancing the Future,” highlighting the company’s advancements in developing leading-edge test solutions for applications including AI, exascale computing, 5G communications and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).
Each issue of Semiconductor Digest has articles found only in the magazine! Read the December issue online here or stop by booth 244 at SEMICON West, December 7 – 9, to pick up a printed copy.