Telecom Capex to Fall 2% in 2015
Telecom carriers are expected to shave their capital spending on base stations and other gear in 2015, a new Dell''Oro Group report says.
IBM Conquers Wafer-Scale Graphene
IBM has found a way to vastly reduce the costs of gallium nitride (GaN) wafers by growing them on a reusable wafer-scale layer of single-crystal graphene instead of expensive ($3,000) silicon carbide (SiC) wafers.
LPDDR3 Is A Half-Step
The rapid evolution of smartphones drove the quick adoption of LPDDR3, but its successor is more thought out and will take over relatively quickly.
Altera Announces Non-Volatile MAX 10 FPGAs & Eval Kits
MAX 10 FPGAs are of interest for a broad range of application areas, including industrial control systems, automotive systems, communications, computing, and storage.
Bionic Ear Due Soon
STMicroelectronics collaborates with two companies on a bionic ear that users wears 24/7 to enhance and control their audio experience.
Google, Silicon Labs Mesh for ZigBee-Like Protocol
Google''s Nest-led Thread Group is meeting at its campus in Mountain View to unveil Thread''s IP-enabled low-power network, its protocol and software stack that can run on today''s 802.15.4 products.
Electronic Brain by 2023
Progress continues on fake brain to be used as test bed for disease cures, reports European Union at EU''s annual Human Brain Project Summitt at the University of Heidelberg in Germany on Sept. 29.