Researchers from the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) have brought an old charge pumping technique back to life to ensure transistor quality, revitalizing it as "Frequency Modulated Charge Pumping."
February 07, 2022 by Jake Hertz
A huge amount of the internet—up to a third of it, in fact—is run by Amazon Web Services. But the cloud, as Wayne Duso puts it, is not magic pixie dust. It works because of the blood, sweat, and tears of engineers. Hear all about it in this Season 3 finale of Moore's Lobby.
December 21, 2021 by Daniel Bogdanoff
How close are we to reverse-engineering the human brain's plasticity? New research in computational neuroscience and nanotechnologies indicates that neuromorphic chips can read synaptic connectivity with greater sensitivity.
December 16, 2021 by Biljana Ognenova
The world of integrated photonics has largely rested in research, however, could Intel creating a photonics-specific research center help give photonics the push to become a more mainstream technology?
December 15, 2021 by Jake Hertz
Moving away from Cloud-based AI to the network Edge reduces power and bandwidth demands. Akida, the neuromorphic Edge AI processor from BrainChip might help to facilitate that move along with MegaChips' help.
November 29, 2021 by Adrian Gibbons
As tech giants lean towards creating in-house hardware, Amazon releases a new software development kit that allows original device manufacturers (ODMs) to add Alexa services to any hardware device.
November 28, 2021 by Jake Hertz
Wide bandgap materials like SiC and GaN keep finding their way into more and more devices, like Schottky barrier diodes (SBDs). Let's take a look at some recent releases and check the status of GaN SBDs.
November 22, 2021 by Abdulwaliy Oyekunle