Electronic Manufacturing News

Nanowire transistors favourite to succeed finfets, says Asenov

Nanowire transistors are the most likely successor to finfets and will scale to 5nm, says Professor Asen Asenov, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Glasgow University and CEO of Gold Standard Simulations (GSS) which specialises in the predictive simulation of nano-CMOS devices including statistical variability and reliability…

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GloFo offers 28nm SLP-RF process

GLoFo is offering a 28nm SLP-RF process for RF CMOS. RF PDKs provide design flexibility in core RF performance and functionality…

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SST qualifies 55nm embedded flash at GloFo

Microchip subsidiary Silicon Storage Technology (SST) has qualified its 55nm embedded Flash process on GloFo’s 55nm low power extended (LPx)/RF enabled platform…

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Socionext builds a fabless ecosystem based on Big Data

Socionext is repositioning its semiconductor business as a fabless chip company and using a semiconductor foundry yield management tool from Israel-based Optimal Plus. Socionext was formed last month with the merger of the system on chip (SoC) businesses of  Fujitsu and Panasonic. Both parents had a tradition in operating…

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