The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that CES will be closing one day early and the in-person event will take place in Las Vegas on January 5-7, 2022. The show will close at 6 PM on January 7. The step was taken as an additional safety measure to the current health protocols that have been put in place for CES.
IBM and Samsung announced a breakthrough in semiconductor design utilizing a new vertical transistor architecture that demonstrates a path to scaling beyond nanosheet and has the potential to reduce energy usage by 85 percent compared to a scaled fin field-effect transistor (finFET).
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to build a new supercomputer to support ongoing R&D that will transform energy from geothermal, water, wind, solar, and fuels.
After European Commission selected the QSAFE (Quantum Network System Architecture for Europe) consortium to design the European Quantum Communication Infrastructure last April, the interim results have just been delivered.
The object of the publicly funded “Transform” project is to establish a resilient European supply chain for this technology, ranging from wafers and other basic materials right up to finished SiC power semiconductor devices and power electronic applications.
DJI today reimagines what a drone can be with the new Mavic 3, a bold and brilliant update of the iconic folding camera drone that once again redefines how to create magic from the sky. Mavic 3 is the most comprehensive improvement to the world’s most popular drone series in three years, boosting performance in every function to create new aerial possibilities for flight, photography, and fun.
Experts from industry and the scientific community now want to work together to create standardized rules and processes for software in cars so that the various electronic players across the vehicle do not get out of sync.
AMD announced a goal to deliver a 30x increase in energy efficiency for EPYC CPUs and Instinct accelerators in AI training and High Performance Computing (HPC) applications running on accelerated compute nodes by 2025.
Nokia launched the industry’s first cloud-native, mission-critical industrial edge solution to allow enterprises to accelerate their operational technology (OT) digitalization initiatives and advance their journey to Industry 4.0.