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New Bluetooth 5 RF IP from VeriSilicon Targets Wearables, IoT on GF’s 22FDX

Since about a third of all IoT devices are expected to be connected by Bluetooth, chip designers need IP solutions that will help reduce system c

1st Highlights from Shanghai FD-SOI/RF-SOI Events – Amazon/Blink, Intellifusion, Foundries, China Mobile, Nokia, Qorvo and More

Excellent news and exciting applications made headlines at the recent FD-SOI and RF-SOI events in Shanghai. During the FD-SOI day, Amazon/Blink a

Chengdu Conference Indicates FD-SOI Will Play Major Role in China/Automotive

FD-SOI was a very important topic during the recent Mount Qingcheng China IC Ecosystem Forum. To situate things, Mount Qingcheng, with its lush h

Start-up SoCs on FD-SOI – Final Highlights from the Silicon Valley SOI Symposium (Part 3)

Some really innovative start-ups presented chips they're doing on FD-SOI at the SOI Consortium’s 2018 SOI Symposium in Silicon Valley. We'll co

More than EDA – Cadence Talks About Designing With FD-SOI

EDA companies Cadence, Synopsys and Silvaco all gave excellent presentations at the SOI Consortium forums in Nanjing and Shanghai. Here's a reca

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

Where to Sign Up for FD-SOI and RF-SOI Learning Opps in China?

Suddenly they're everywhere: opportunities to learn more about FD-SOI and RF-SOI. Over the next couple of months you can find them in China, Euro

GlobalFoundries, Verisilicon putting 1st complete IoT modem on single FD-SOI chip

Leveraging GF’s 22FDX® FD-SOI technology, GlobalFoundries and Verisilicon are developing IP to enable a complete cellular modem module on a si

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

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