Semiconductors

Intel’s Optane provides in-memory computing environment

Intel accelerates data-driven innovation. Taking advantage of the fact that digital transformation has been recognized as a necessity due to the increase in telecommuting during coronavirus. ‘Optane’ is a type of memory overcoming the limitations of DRAM and NAND flash. It focuses on providing seamless in-memory computing in connection with… Read More »Intel’s Optane provides in-memory computing environment

Samsung starts production of 3rd generation 10-nano class LPDDR5 mobile DRAM

Samsung Electronics announced on the 30th that it will start operating the semiconductor plant in Pyeongtaek Line 2. The first production item is the 3rd generation 10-nano class (1z) LPDDR5 mobile DRAM applied with an extreme ultraviolet (EUV) process. Pyeongtaek Line 2 will be operating as a complex line that… Read More »Samsung starts production of 3rd generation 10-nano class LPDDR5 mobile DRAM

CHIPS and era of post-globalization

In the United States, the number of deaths due to the novel coronavirus infection exceeds 1,000 per day as the economy becomes sluggish, and millions of applications for unemployment benefits are submitted every week. In such a crisis, semiconductors have become the key point in the new industrial policies that are… Read More »CHIPS and era of post-globalization

Huawei reserves several years of semiconductor inventory for communication equipment

Huawei is stockpiling several years worth of semiconductor chips used in mobile communication base station equipment. Unlike the smartphone division, where development of the latest in-house application processor has stopped, the impact of US sanctions on the communications equipment business will likely be limited for the time being.   In… Read More »Huawei reserves several years of semiconductor inventory for communication equipment

Is AMD taking Intel’s market share?

Intel announced in late July 2020 that the company’s technology roadmap is expected to be further delayed. From this we can expect for AMD to likely take the further market share from Intel in the future. Currently, nearly half of AMD’s sales come from TSMC’s 7nm process products. However it is planned… Read More »Is AMD taking Intel’s market share?

Remote access to GPU by NVIDIA

Virtualization technology has emerged that can share access to graphics processing unit (GPU) for multiple people.  On the 7th, Nvidia’s domestic distributor, Leaders Systems, announced that it will provide a 90-day free trial of’RWWN (Remote Work With NVIDIA)’, a virtual graphics processing unit (vGPU) software. vGPU is ideal for jobs… Read More »Remote access to GPU by NVIDIA