Bill Dally, Chief Scientist of nVIDIA and Professor at Stanford University, gave a great keynote speech on the future of computing recently. Let's discuss his presentation today...
We have a guest contribution today from Iulia Morariu, who works in our Romanian team. Iulia is an energetic and creative person who has been doing great things for our marketing division. She will give a thanksgiving greeting.
As you'd know, Korean companies such as Samsung and Hynix contribute 50-60% of the world's memory revenues. In today's blog post, we’ll look at reasons and strategies behind this dominance...
We have a guest contribution today from Zvi Or-Bach, the President and CEO of MonolithIC 3D Inc. Zvi discusses Monolithic 3D's potential impact on the semiconductor industry...
Why is High-k/Metal Gate so Hard?
We’ve often heard about foundries struggling to ramp-up yield of High-k/Metal Gate technologies. In this blog post, I’ll talk about some of the key issues involved.
Device Process Variations and Supply Voltage: Two Trains Rolling Towards a Head-On Collision
We have a guest contribution today from Paul Lim, MonolithIC 3D Inc.'s Principal Device Engineer. Paul is one of the best device simulation people I know, and has spent many years working on that subject. He talks about the case that device threshold voltage variations will become increasingly imposing as we scale down, especially as supply voltage is lowered.
As you'd know, Eli Harari founded SanDisk in 1988 and grew the company to $4B revenue. As an ex-SanDisk employee who saw Eli in action, I'll share with you some secrets behind his success...
What’s wrong with the Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturing? - Part II - Where is the future growth?
We have a guest contribution today from Israel Beinglass, the CTO of MonolithIC 3D Inc. Israel was at Applied Materials for almost two decades, and served as Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer for many groups there.
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