2022-05-19 - Majeed Ahmad

TSMC targets conversion to 1.4-nm process node in June

TSMC plans to convert its 3-nm process R&D into a 1.4-nm process in June and thus reclaim sub-2-nm leadership from Samsung Foundry.

2022-05-17 - SIMMTECH

SIMMTECH opens first advanced manufacturing facility in Southeast Asia

SUSTIO's factory in Penang will increase SIMMTECH's total capacity for semiconductor packaging substrate and PCB by 20 percent.

2022-05-12 - Majeed Ahmad

Chip fab industry makeover

There will be an 8.7% jump in IC industry capacity forecast this year, and it comes primarily from the addition of 10 new 300-mm wafer fabs scheduled to open this year.

2022-05-11 - Texas Instruments Inc.

TI’s solid-state relays tout industry-leading reliability

TI's new portfolio of solid-state relays can help make EVs safer while reducing solution size up to 90% and cost by as much as 50%.

2022-04-29 - Majeed Ahmad

A look at the impact of Intel’s foundry foray on EDA, IP industries

Like IC design, the EDA and IP industries are an intrinsic part of the IC manufacturing ecosystem spearheaded by semiconductor foundries.

- Robert Day, Arm

The software-defined vehicle needs hardware that goes the distance

How do we deliver a hardware platform that has the compute capability, flexibility and capacity to handle complex use cases that may not even exist yet?

2022-04-22 - Majeed Ahmad

Disrupt or be disrupted: Intel and the great semiconductor fab game

Find out where Intel stands in its bid to compete with fab business behemoths TSMC and Samsung.

2022-04-19 - Mouser Electronics Inc.

Mouser Electronics receives top distributor award from onsemi

Mouser Electronics has been named the 2021 Global High Service Distributor by onsemi.

2022-02-25 - Ray Zinn

Five semiconductor industry trends worth watching in 2022

Chip industry leader and former CEO of Micrel says that 2022 promises to roar back with trends relating to power, fabs, and enterprise.

2022-02-14 - ACN Newswire

Showa Denko accelerates search for optimal formulation of semiconductor materials

Using quantum computing, Showa Denko has demonstrated that it is possible to dramatically speed up the time required to search for optimal formulations of semiconductor materials.