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Top ten articles on eeNews Europe in October

By Nick Flaherty

10 Schaeffler is looking to bring German automotive tier one suppliers Vitesco and Continental back together in a deal that simplifies the corporate structure. The two separated two years ago.

9 GaN Systems launches its fourth generation GaN power transistors as it becomes part of Infineon Technologies.

8 RISC-V pioneer SiFive is to lay off around 130 staff, around 20% as it re-align its business in supplying IP to chip designers.

7 European chip designer Tachyum is to build a supercomputer for a US customer that will be capable of 50 exaFLOP performance using its Prodigy chip that is set to sample shortly.

6 Mathematics from the 18th century is showing a way to simpler AI models compared to today’s models with billions of parameters.

5 SemiDynamics in Spain is showing the first fully coherent RISC-V Tensor unit for AI chip design

4, 3 IEDM coverage was also popular in October. Micron showed a DRAM-like non-volatile memory for AI, while Intel, TSMC both reported on stacked complementary FETs (CFETs) that are expected to be the successor to gate all around (GAA) devices for sub-1nm process. The conference also saw a compound semiconductor design from imec achieving record 1.46THz frequency for 6G applications.

2 TSMC looks to standardise chiplet protocols in a move that could shake up the development of complex chips.

1 Raspberry Pi launched its Pi 5 board with a new architecture and there are moves to unify the peripheral interfaces with Arduino.



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