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Shipments of Wide Screen Display in 18:9 Aspect Ratio Expected to Reach 611 Million Units by 2021

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JSC Introduces Serial Interface OctaRAM Combining with MXIC OctaFlash

JSC announced the Octa serial interface RAM, the OctaRAM JSC64SS product family. OctaRAM provides designers with the next generation performance level of x8 I/O serial interface products with an operating frequency of up to 200MHz and transmission speeds of up to 400MB/s...

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Former Football Player turned Full-Time Mathematician, John Urschel, kicks-off the #GenSTEM contest

To get more students excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects as they head back to school, Texas Instruments (TI) teamed up with newly-retired Baltimore Raven John Urschel to kick-off the #GenSTEM contest...

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DRAM, NAND Flash, Automotive Analog/Logic Among Best-Growing ICs

IC Insights has revised its outlook and analysis of the IC industry and presented its new findings in the Mid-Year Update to The McClean Report 2017. Among the revisions is a complete update of forecast growth rates of the 33 main product categories classified by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization (WSTS)...

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Broadcom Again Topped TrendForce’s Latest Revenue Ranking of Top 10 IC Design Houses

Broadcom Limited, Qualcomm and NVIDIA respectively took first, second and third place in TrendForce’s latest ranking of the global top 10 fabless IC design houses for the second quarter of 2017. With MediaTek and Marvell as exceptions, the eight other design houses in the top 10 ranking posted year-on-year revenue growth...

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New Generation Coaxial Cable 4.0 for UV-Cured Lining Systems

HRADIL’s new 300 V New Generation Coaxial Cable 4.0 for sewer relining robots with UV-curing unit permits the use of two independently operated camera systems. The technical solution behind this employs two internal 75 ohm coaxial conductors...

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Taiwan Invests NT$4 billion into the Development of AI Technology

TAIPEI, Taiwan - In order to promote artificial intelligence in terminal industry applications, Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) is expected to provide NT$4 billion in funding over a period of four years to commence the “Shoot the Moon Program” and increase the speed of talent and technology cultivation and assist the semiconductor industry to stay ahead in the global market...

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