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3D Thursday: Daniel Nenni writes about Intel FinFETs

FinFETs are hot this week (no pun intended). Ron Wilson published an article about FinFETs on the EETimes Web site and Daniel Nenni has done the same on his SemiWiki.com site. It’s worthwhile reading, particularly for insights such as these … Continue reading

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3D Thursday: More words on the Intel FinFETs (this time from Ron Wilson at EETimes)

Last month, I wrote a couple of articles on FinFETs, those 3D structures coming to some 20nm chips soon to be near you—like in your PC. See “Are FinFETs inevitable at 20nm? “Yes, no, maybe” says Professor Chenming Hu (Part … Continue reading

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PCI Express takes on Apple/Intel Thunderbolt and 16 Gtransfers/sec at PCI SIG while PCIe Gen 3 starts to power up

Two articles from EETimes give an exciting picture for PCI Express’ short- and long-term future. On the most immediate front, 23 adapter cards and 19 systems from PC and peripheral makers participated in the most recent PCIe Gen 3 plugfests. … Continue reading

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