Tag Archives: manufacturing

What’s Behind the Products you Love?

When your computing device – be it a smartphone, tablet, or Ultrabook – just ‘works,’ you never have to think about where it came from or how it works. It just does. It’s your window to the world. It’s your … Read more >

Enforcing Moore’s Law through Technology Research – Part 4

Welcome to the fourth installment! I’ve been blogging about research progress towards making compound semiconductors mainstream and talking about both challenges and opportunities. Enforcing Moore’s Law through Technology Research Enforcing Moore’s Law through Technology Research – Part 2 Enforcing Moore’s … Read more >

Transistors: Past, Present, Future, and Future-er

Today I had the privilege of presenting a plenary talk at the 2010 Device Research Conference (DRC) at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana. DRC is one of the premier conferences in the semiconductor industry, and the focus is … Read more >

Intel News Ahead of IDF: New Chips; Manufacturing Efforts

Ahead of what will be a packed Intel Developer Forum, Sept. 22-24 in San Francisco, here’s some news around a newly planned family of future “embedded” processors for non-PC equipment and gear code-named Jasper Forest — and details around our … Read more >

Intel’s Big Bet

I am always amazed at the incredible work that Intel’s manufacturing group does especially when it comes to major technology transitons like the one that is upon us now. Shrinking to 32nm will require a massive investment, which we will … Read more >