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KaiKuTek (aka CoolTech), which was established in January 2017 and headquartered in Taipei, has developed a 3D gesture recognition solution based on 60GHz millimeter wave (mmWave) radar technology. Unlike some manufacturers in the market that produce 60GHz millimeter-wave radars on a high-cost SiGe process, the KaiKuTek’s gesture recognition solution is based on a more mature – and affordable – CMOS process.

Incremental advances? The question, then, becomes: Will ADAS development ever intersect with AV innovation? If it ever does, where and when?

The Digital Camera in Free-Fall

I think [Hanguang 800] is the first large chip developed by an internet company,” Zhang said. This is among the first steps in our launch journey. Alibaba has the confidence and the capability to do things that chip developers can do and cannot do. I think chip houses can do hardware, but I think we can do better with regard to software because that's traditionally been our strong suit.”

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Incremental advances? The question, then, becomes: Will ADAS development ever intersect with AV innovation? If it ever does, where and when?

The Digital Camera in Free-Fall

I think [Hanguang 800] is the first large chip developed by an internet company,” Zhang said. This is among the first steps in our launch journey. Alibaba has the confidence and the capability to do things that chip developers can do and cannot do. I think chip houses can do hardware, but I think we can do better with regard to software because that's traditionally been our strong suit.”

NVMe Hits a Tipping Point 

Los Gatos, California, based startup CacheQ Systems has launched a high-level language (HLL) heterogeneous compute development environment aimed at software developers with limited knowledge of hardware design to deliver high performance processor and field programmable gate array (FPGA) compute architectures.

Asked about how AWR’s and Cadence’s tools will fit together, Clark said, You spend a lot of time in mmWave just optimizing a single device, you can spend a long, long time on that, and that’s very different from what we do. They have technology around designing circuits of that type that we didn’t have. In addition, they have strength in analysis capabilities needed for RF design. With Axiom they a have an electromagnetic solver that complements our Clarity offering, they have some really nice harmonic balance simulations. Especially with the foundry aspects, that will complement what we have with our Spectre and Spectre RF.

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The Digital Camera in Free-Fall

I think [Hanguang 800] is the first large chip developed by an internet company,” Zhang said. This is among the first steps in our launch journey. Alibaba has the confidence and the capability to do things that chip developers can do and cannot do. I think chip houses can do hardware, but I think we can do better with regard to software because that's traditionally been our strong suit.”

NVMe Hits a Tipping Point 

Los Gatos, California, based startup CacheQ Systems has launched a high-level language (HLL) heterogeneous compute development environment aimed at software developers with limited knowledge of hardware design to deliver high performance processor and field programmable gate array (FPGA) compute architectures.

I think [Hanguang 800] is the first large chip developed by an internet company,” Zhang said. This is among the first steps in our launch journey. Alibaba has the confidence and the capability to do things that chip developers can do and cannot do. I think chip houses can do hardware, but I think we can do better with regard to software because that's traditionally been our strong suit.”

NVMe Hits a Tipping Point 

Los Gatos, California, based startup CacheQ Systems has launched a high-level language (HLL) heterogeneous compute development environment aimed at software developers with limited knowledge of hardware design to deliver high performance processor and field programmable gate array (FPGA) compute architectures.

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NVMe Hits a Tipping Point 

Los Gatos, California, based startup CacheQ Systems has launched a high-level language (HLL) heterogeneous compute development environment aimed at software developers with limited knowledge of hardware design to deliver high performance processor and field programmable gate array (FPGA) compute architectures.

Los Gatos, California, based startup CacheQ Systems has launched a high-level language (HLL) heterogeneous compute development environment aimed at software developers with limited knowledge of hardware design to deliver high performance processor and field programmable gate array (FPGA) compute architectures.

Asked about how AWR’s and Cadence’s tools will fit together, Clark said, You spend a lot of time in mmWave just optimizing a single device, you can spend a long, long time on that, and that’s very different from what we do. They have technology around designing circuits of that type that we didn’t have. In addition, they have strength in analysis capabilities needed for RF design. With Axiom they a have an electromagnetic solver that complements our Clarity offering, they have some really nice harmonic balance simulations. Especially with the foundry aspects, that will complement what we have with our Spectre and Spectre RF.

The technologies will be piloted in six industrial use cases, which utilize the technology building blocks and take them toward manufacturability. The first use case, led by Austria-based AMS AG, is a substantially smaller 3D integrated ambient light sensor for mobile and wearable applications. The second one, led by Integrated Detector Electronics AS, is a high-performance, low-cost, uncooled thermal IR sensor for automotive and surveillance applications. For the third use case, Israel-based DustPhotonics Ltd. will be in charge of developing high speed datacom transceivers with reduced manufacturing costs. Datacom transceivers are used to receive and transmit signals, noted Stoerring. Optical fibers need to be aligned to a laser die out, and this alignment is usually done actively. Here, this should be done passively, which would make the production process much easier and faster.”

It turns out that prior to joining ChangXin, ChangXin’s executive vice president Liu worked for Tsinghua Unigroup as senior vice president and general manager of IC Fab Build. She confirmed that DRAM production in Chengdu and Nanjing wasn't happening while she still worked there.