Better finFETs on way?

A start up has found a way to use traditional semiconductor processing techniques to make finFETs that it claims will perform better than those currently produced at Intel and TSMC. The devices can also be deployed on existing 28nm processes to improve speed and decrease leakage.

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  • Process changes point to cheaper, better finFETs

    A start up has found a way to use traditional semiconductor processing techniques to make finFETs that it claims will perform better than those currently produced at Intel and TSMC. The devices can also be deployed on existing 28nm processes to improve speed ... Read More
  • XMOS raises $26m from three industry investors

    Bristol based fabless semiconductor company XMOS has completed a further round of funding, in which it has raised $26.2million from Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Huawei Technologies and Xilinx. The company says it will use the money to accelerate new product ... Read More
  • MEMS based terahertz modulator has wide operating range

    A broadband modulator developed at UCLA's School of Engineering and Applied Science could lead to more advanced medical and security imaging systems.

    The modulator is based on an artificial metasurface. Developed by a team led by Professor Mona ...
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  • Intersil taps analogue expertise for power management upgrade

    In a move which takes advantage of its precision analogue expertise, Intersil has upgraded its power management portfolio with the launch of the ISL2802x family.

    There are three products in the range. The ISL28023 is a full featured PMBus ...
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