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Technology and Trends

Lam Research to Expand Global Capacity with New Production Facility in Southeast Asia

I recently spoke with Andrew Goh, Vice President at General Manager at Lam Research Southeast Asia, about the importance of the company's new production facility in Penang and its COVID-19 relief efforts. Ng: Before we delve into details, please...

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Demand for Telemedicine Devices Heats Up

Innovations in the public sector are springboards for new products in digital health and personalized medicine. Since 2013, SEMI NBMC, funded by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), has been evaluating industry needs and soliciting proposals...

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Microelectronics Power the Future of Mobility – Part 1: Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared

As the amount of electronics in automobiles continues to increase, it is becoming more common to hear a vehicle referred to as a “computer on wheels.” To that end, innovation occurs at the intersection of automotive and microelectronics so that...

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Micron Invests in Malaysia: New Facility, Talent and Community Support

Gursharan Singh, Micron’s senior vice president of Global Assembly and Test, spoke with us about the progress of Micron’s new facility in Penang, the company’s smart manufacturing advancements, its ongoing initiatives to hire and develop talent,...

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COVID-19: Building Resilience and Maintaining Business Continuity – Views from GLOBALFOUNDRIES (Part 2)

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Don’t Touch that Button: Use Voice Instead

The COVID-19 pandemic (caused by SARS-CoV-2) has disrupted lives around the world more than any other catastrophic event in living memory. Those of us fortunate enough to work from home are cheering on the people who care for our health,...

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COVID-19: Building Resilience and Maintaining Business Continuity – Views from GLOBALFOUNDRIES (Part 1)

Part 1 of 2

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Yes, We CAN Preserve Personal Privacy in Voice-First Consumer Devices

The seemingly simple act of commanding consumer devices by voice is a choice that nearly 118 million Americans now make every day, according to a recent report from eMarketer, the digital marketing research firm.

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Turning the Tide: Microelectronics to Revolutionize Stroke Treatment

Ischemic stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability worldwide, affecting over 13 million people each year and costing tens of billions of dollars. Sensome, a French medtech that offers connected medical devices, has developed micrometric...

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Overcoming Chip Defectivity Challenges in Automotive

In the future, electronics-related gear including advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) will account for a whopping 50 percent of automotive costs. More importantly, with more control of vehicles shifting to automation, the margin of error in...

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