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RF-SOI: Already in Every Smartphone, New Opps Abound in IoT (SF Workshop Part 3 of 3: IBM, ST, GF and more) Thumbnail

RF-SOI: Already in Every Smartphone, New Opps Abound in IoT (SF Workshop Part 3 of 3: IBM, ST, GF and more)

Posted by on March 11, 2015
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RF-SOI is already found in virtually every new smartphone out there, so the RF-SOI session of the recent FD-SOI/RF-SOI Workshop in San Francisco focused on long-term growth and further opportunities. In case you missed it, ASN already covered the SF Workshop’s FD-SOI presentations (Samsung, ST and the EDA houses – click here for that post) […]

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Yes, Cisco Is Doing a 28nm FD-SOI Chip! (Part 2 of 3, SF Workshop: FD-SOI Panel Discussion) Thumbnail

Yes, Cisco Is Doing a 28nm FD-SOI Chip! (Part 2 of 3, SF Workshop: FD-SOI Panel Discussion)

Posted by on March 5, 2015
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More good news: Cisco is working on a 28nm FD-SOI chip. This additional boost to FD-SOI momentum was revealed during the Panel Discussion at the recent FD-SOI/RF-SOI Workshop in San Francisco. The EETimes coverage (which also revealed that Freescale’s putting its next-gen iMX7 microprocessor on 28nm FD-SOI – you can read it here) was quickly […]

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Big Boost for FD-SOI Momentum Seen at SF Workshop  –  Part 1 of 3: The FD-SOI Presentations (ST, Samsung, EDA & Design Houses) Thumbnail

Big Boost for FD-SOI Momentum Seen at SF Workshop – Part 1 of 3: The FD-SOI Presentations (ST, Samsung, EDA & Design Houses)

Posted by on March 3, 2015
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The FD-SOI/RF-SOI Workshop in San Francisco last week was a huge success. Over 150 people from over 80 companies attended the all-day event. There were excellent presentations, animated Q&A sessions, and lots of networking going on over coffee, lunch and cocktails.  It generated excellent press (click here to see the EETimes feature) and lots of […]

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Freescale’s Next-Gen IoT Microprocessor Will Be On 28nm FD-SOI (EETimes)

Posted on March 3, 2015
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Freescale is designing its next generation microprocessor, the iMX7, on 28nm FD-SOI, EETimes has just revealed. This was in an article by Chief International Correspondent Junko Yoshida entitled Freescale, Cisco, Ciena Give Nod to FD-SOI (read it here). Freescale microcontroller SVP & GM Geoff Lees told EETimes the chip’s designed for “’secure’ IoT applications, including […]

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Top Silicon Valley Companies Signed Up for FD-SOI & RF-SOI Forum (27 Feb. 2015 in SF, free, registration still open) Thumbnail

Top Silicon Valley Companies Signed Up for FD-SOI & RF-SOI Forum (27 Feb. 2015 in SF, free, registration still open)

Posted by on February 23, 2015
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Name a top Silicon Valley company, and you’ll probably find it on the attendance list of the upcoming FD-SOI & RF-SOI Forum in San Francisco. At the time of this posting, people from over 65 companies are among the hundreds who’ve signed up for this free, all-day event. If you haven’t yet, you can still […]

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On FD-SOI, Surecore’s ULP SRAM Saves 70% Power; Company Raised $1.6 Million (SemiEngineering)

Posted on February 23, 2015
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SureCore’s ultra-low power SRAM technology on 28nm FD-SOI saves 70% in read/write power and reduces leakage by 30% compared to 40nm bulk implementations, writes SemiconductorEngineering Editor-In-Chief Ed Sperling (read the article here). Hitting the sweet spot for mobile, IoT and wearables, SureCore recently raised $1.6 million in funding.

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SemiWiki Delves Into Sony 1mW 28nm FD-SOI GPS

Posted on February 17, 2015
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A recent post by Eric Esteve on SemiWiki, entitled Sony Endorses FD-SOI to Attack Wearable & IoT (click here to read it) delves into some of the technical and design details of Sony’s Tokyo presentation on a 1mW 28nm FD-SOI GPS. (The full presentation is available here. Or click here to read the ASN overview […]

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ARM working on FD-SOI libraries; ecosystem’s there (Electronics Weekly)

Posted on February 17, 2015
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ARM is working on FD-SOI libraries, and the ecosystem is now there, says David Manners of Electronics Weekly. In two separate pieces, he cited conversations with ARM EVP Pete Hutton. In Microcontrollers Become Major at ARM (click here to read it), Hutton confirmed both the FD-SOI libraries and customers. In Cinderella (click here to read […]

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Excellent SemiWiki article on Samsung’s 28nm FD-SOI

Posted on February 9, 2015
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SemiWiki blogger Paul McLellan has posted another excellent FD-SOI piece, this time covering Samsung’s presentation at the recent FD-SOI/RF-SOI Workshop in Tokyo (click here to read it). Within 24 hours of posting, it had already been shared over 60 times on LinkedIn. As always, McLellan puts the presentation in perspective for the design community, calling […]

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ST video from IP-SoC on European FD-SOI ecosystem projects posted on YouTube Thumbnail

ST video from IP-SoC on European FD-SOI ecosystem projects posted on YouTube

Posted on February 9, 2015
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A video made during ST’s FD-SOI presentation at IP-SoC 2014 has now been posted by designreuse on YouTube (you can see it here). Over 40 minutes long, it details the European THINGS2DO project, which includes almost 50 partners working on the FD-SOI ecosystem. (This follows onto the PLACES2BE project, which is finishing up this year.) […]

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