Infineon enhances TRAVEO T2G MCU family with Qt Group graphics
Infineon has announced its strategic collaboration with Qt Group for its TRAVEO T2G cluster microcontrollers.
AI MPU features DRP-A13 accelerator
The RZ/V2H high-end AI MPU from Renesas boasts the company’s proprietary dynamically reconfigurable processor AI accelerator (DRP-AI3), quad Arm Cortex-A55 (1.8 GHz) Linux processors, and dual Cortex-R8 (800 MHz) real-time processors.
Nvidia's $2tn valuation breaks records
AI chip giant Nvidia recently hit a market valuation of $2 trillion, emphasising the burgeoning demand for its technology amidst an AI surge. This valuation spike occurred after Nvidia's shares climbed over 4% in early trading last week, though they later saw a minor pullback.
Scientists look to reduce cost of microchips through plasma
Scientists at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) are developing computer simulation codes to boost microchip production through the use of plasma – an electrically charged state of matter pivotal in fusion research.
BLE 5.2 SoC supports hibernation current of 2.3 mA
In stock at authorised distributor Mouser Electronics is the DA14592 Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) 5.2 system-on-chip (SoC) with embedded flash from Renesas Electronics.
Torex Semiconductor XC9702 series step-down DC/DC converter
Torex Semiconductor has launched a new product, step-down DC/DC converter – XC9702 series.
New chip opens door to AI computing at light speed
Engineers at the University of Pennsylvania have made an advancement in the field of AI with the development of a chip that leverages light waves for computation, rather than traditional electricity.
Analog Devices expands partnership with TSMC
Analog Devices has disclosed a strategic collaboration with TSMC, the foremost dedicated semiconductor foundry globally, to secure a long-term supply of wafer capacity from Japan Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing, a subsidiary of TSMC with a majority ownership located in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
AI chip deals low as chip makers become major buyers
According to the latest findings from Omdia's AI Processors Mergers & Acquisitions Tracker, despite a burgeoning demand for AI chips, the number of deals involving AI chip companies remains modest.
Envisioning a future of brain-inspired AI hardware
Artificial Intelligence (AI) hardware is increasingly drawing inspiration from the human brain’s structure and how it functions.