We are now at the start of the next display technology wave, as OLEDs replace LCDs in consumer devices. There are also other interesting technologies forthcoming, each with different strengths, challenges, applications and time horizons.
Every AI chip in the world has been built using Applied’s systems. Now we are looking at how AI can be used holistically throughout our business to help solve complex challenges and provide engineers and technologists with “Actionable Insights” from R&D to high-volume manufacturing.
Our latest in a series of blogs inspired by Applied Materials’ panel discussion at IEDM explores where and how data should be processed and stored to drive computing efficiency while curbing energy consumption.
Applied Materials moderated a thought-provoking panel discussion during IEDM which showed that while there is no single path to achieving continued improvements in chip performance, power and area-cost, the industry will be well-served to search for solutions together.
What’s clear from the panel discussion I recently moderated with Facebook, IBM, Intel, Stanford and TSMC is that the semiconductor design and manufacturing model is evolving and will look extremely different in the years ahead.
This year’s Tech for Global Good Celebration honored four innovative organizations who are using technology to address critical problems facing our future, and recognized ocean conservationist and women in STEM advocate Julie Packard with the James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award.