Automakers around the world have struggled with chip shortages since 2021, with estimates of normal chip availability returning this year. Things haven’t trended that way, however, leading to fears that the silicon supply-chain won’t return to normal levels until 2024. Continue reading “Chip shortages to plague automotive through 2023”
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s ”Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors” (CHIPS) and Science Act for America Fund, a $50 billion investment to catalyze long-term growth in the domestic semiconductor industry in support of our national and economic security, was signed into law earlier this year. Continue reading “Beyond Silicon: $50 Billion CHIPS for America Program Stimulates Innovation”
A recently released study from the Wilson Research Group reports that nearly a quarter of ASIC and FPGA chip designs during 2020 tapped open-source RISC-V technology, flagging it as one of the top trends in compute.
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