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Share This! Terrific Guide to All Things FD-SOI in GSA Newsletter

Manuel Sellier, Product Marketing Manager at Soitec Manuel Sellier, Product Marketing Manager at Soitec for the FD-SOI (and some other) SOI p

How FD-SOI Gives NXP’s i.MX7ULP a “Power-Sipping IoT Budget” (Embedded Systems Engineering)

Here’s why the embedded community should care whether the chips they use are built on FD-SOI. FD-SOI has “…dramatically improved the landsc

Foundries Ramp FD-SOI, VLSI Survey Shows Why – More Highlights from the Silicon Valley SOI Symposium (Part 2)

Good news: there are far fewer bigoted extremists out there when it comes to FD-SOI vs. FinFETs. People want the best technology for their applic

Cool New FD-SOI Products Rolling Out – Highlights from the Silicon Valley SOI Symposium (Part 1)

“The ecosystem is ready. The focus is now on applications and products.” And with those words, SOI Consortium Executive Director Carlos Mazur

NXP crossover processor on FD-SOI will be even more spectacular (EETimes)

When the next generation of NXP's ground-breaking  "crossover processors" come out in 2018,  they  "...will use a fabric of i.MX 7 and 8 proce

China FD-SOI/RF-SOI Presentations Posted; Events Confirm Tremendous Growth

The FD-SOI and RF-SOI events in Shanghai and Nanjing were absolute success stories. Over the course of five days, hundreds of executives and de

ARM Steps Up! And More Good News From Consortium’s FD-SOI Symposium in Silicon Valley

ARM is stepping up its effort to support the FD-SOI ecosystem. “Yes, we're back,” confirmed Ron Moore, VP of ARM's physical design group. Thi

Must Read! EETimes Covers NXP’s First FD-SOI Chips and FD-SOI Symposium

EETimes Editor Rick Merritt has posted an excellent piece entitled NXP Shows First FD-SOI Chips. He attended the SOI Consortium's recent FD-SOI S

NXP’s new i.MX 7ULP On 28nm FD-SOI – Yes! Industry’s Lowest Power General Purpose Applications Processor (part 1)

They're calling it, “The most advanced, lowest power-consuming GPU-enabled MPU on the market.” It's NXP's new i.MX 7ULP general-purpose proce

Part 2: NXP’s new i.MX 7ULP – More on Why It’s On 28nm FD-SOI

i.MX 7ULP (Courtesy: NXP) As you learned in Part 1 of this article, NXP is calling its new i.MX 7ULP general-purpose processor, “The mo