Cerebras Systems Unveils the Industry’s First Trillion Transistor Chip

Cerebras Systems, a startup dedicated to accelerating Artificial intelligence (AI) compute, today unveiled the largest chip ever built. Optimized for AI work, the Cerebras Wafer Scale Engine (WSE) is a single chip that contains more than 1.2 trillion transistors and is 46,225 square millimeters.

Researchers Demonstrate Three-Dimensional Quantum Hall Effect For the First Time

The three-dimensional quantum Hall effect was predicted more than 30 years ago, but has not been observed until now by the Singapore University of Technology and Design together with international researchers.

X-ray and Ultrasound Pinpoint Structural Defects in Microelectronic Components

Internal structural anomalies have nowhere to hide when
X-ray and ultrasound are used in combination.

Optofluidic Chip with Nanopore ‘Smart Gate’ Developed For Single Molecule Analysis

Programmable device enables on-demand delivery of individual biomolecules with feedback-controlled gating for high-throughput analysis.

4th CMC Seminar Focus on Materials Quality

Quality excursions can cost fabs hundreds of millions of dollars.

100 Years of Vacuum Innovation – A Critical Enabler for Semiconductor Manufacturing

A look back at the history of vacuum technology and a look
forward into the future.

Broadcom to Acquire Symantec Enterprise Security Business

Broadcom, Inc., a global technology leader that designs, develops and supplies semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions, today announced an agreement to acquire the enterprise security business of Symantec Corporation for $10.7 billion in cash.

Axcelis Appoints Jorge Titinger To Its Board Of Directors

Axcelis Technologies, Inc., a supplier of enabling ion implantation solutions for the semiconductor industry, announced today that Jorge Titinger has joined the Company’s Board of Directors.

Greener, Faster and Cheaper Way to Make Patterned Metals for Solar Cells and Electronics

An innovative way to pattern metals has been discovered by scientists in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Warwick, which could make the next generation of solar panels more sustainable and cheaper.

The First Metal-Organic Coordination Polymers Were Synthesized at the Samara Polytech

The resulting nanostructured materials have unique properties.

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