Micron to open DRAM product research in Japan

Recently, TV Tokyo reported that US memory maker Micron will start producing state-of-the-art DRAM products in Japan. According to the report, Manish Bhatia, executive vice president of Micron, revealed for the first time in an exclusive interview that it plans to use the Hiroshima plant in Japan to produce DRAM products of the 1 process


Why test IC reliability? -Fast Turn PCB

The first marvel of modern semiconductor IC design is their ability to contain highly complex electronic circuits in such a small space. Manufacturers of these technological marvels must ensure that the equipment they produce will meet end-user performance expectations and meet expected service life requirements. It’s a tall order; however, that’s not all. Chips must


Silicon Lifecycle Management’s Growing Impact On IC Reliability – FAST TURN CHIP

Guide language:Experts at the Table: Semiconductor Engineering sat down to talk about silicon lifecycle management, how it’s expanding and changing, and where the problems are, with Prashant Goteti, principal engineer at Intel; Rob Aitken, R&D fellow at Arm; Zoe Conroy, principal hardware engineer at Cisco; Subhasish Mitra, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Stanford


Transistors reach critical point at 3nm – FAST TURN CHIP

The semiconductor industry is making its first major changes to a new transistor type in more than a decade, moving toward the next generation of structures called ring gate (GAA) FET. Although GAA transistors have yet to ship, many industry experts wonder how long the technology will be delivered — and what new architecture will


A brief history of sensor development – FAST TURN CHIP

Sensors and communications and computers are known as the three pillars of modern information technology and the basis of the Internet of Things. Their application involves various fields of national economy and national defense research, and they are one of the basic and strategic industries of the national economy. At present, the Internet of Things,

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