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Cadence Announces Complete DDR5/LPDDR5 IP Solution for TSMC N5 Process Technology

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 7, 2020–

Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDNS) today announced the immediate availability of a complete, silicon-proven Cadence ® IP supporting the DDR5 and LPDDR5 DRAM memory standards on TSMC N5 process. The multi-standard IP includes Cadence PHY and controller Design IP and Verification IP (VIP) and supports a wide variety of applications including data center, storage, artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) and hyperscale computing. Customers using Cadence and TSMC technologies can design advanced-process chips that connect to multiple memory types more quickly and with low risk.

For more information on the Cadence IP for DDR, please visit www.cadence.com/go/ddrippr.

Cadence’s IP collaboration with TSMC is critical in today’s market landscape. For example, the union of DDR5 and LPDDR5 protocol solutions in the same memory interface IP offers a high-speed, scalable solution from large to small memory footprints. The goal of this Cadence IP is to make

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How Long Does It Take to Design a Website? A Complete Website Development Timeline

The way your website looks and functions has a huge impact on user experience and how your brand is perceived. If your website looks like you’re sending visitors back to the ‘90s, it can potentially impact future business. (You hate to see ’em, but they’re still out there.)

Redesigning a website is a great way to refresh branding, features, functionality, and more.

Sure, you might touch up your content here and there to better align with your mission statement, but a full redesign is probably necessary every few years (if you’re not making incremental changes and updates along the way).

This is exciting! You finally committed to revamping your site, but now you realize you’re missing a major piece of the puzzle – an in-house designer and developer. Or perhaps the designers you do have just don’t have the time or can’t quite do what you want.

It’s time to

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Complete Disease Spread Mitigation Technology Now Available for Pork and Poultry Production Networks

Farm Health Guardian™, a new real-time disease mitigation technology platform, is now available for pork and poultry producers and integrators throughout North America, Europe and the United Kingdom.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201001005463/en/

The Farm Health Guardian platform offers real-time disease mitigation for poultry and pork producers. (Graphic: Business Wire)

Brought to market by Be Seen Be Safe Ltd., the innovative system accurately and quickly tracks and shuts down disease spread within minutes of the first report of disease symptoms.

Jonathan Sawatzky VP, Maple Leaf Agri-Farms Manufacturing says, “Farm Health Guardian has provided our business with a platform to manage our farm movements and provide excellent and timely trace back abilities and communication in our Farm system.”

“The Farm Health Guardian system is the first complete disease spread mitigation platform of its kind,” says Tim Nelson, Founder and President, Be Seen Be Safe. “Quick

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Providing diverse and complete solutions, TEL continues to break through advanced semiconductor process technology

Providing diverse and complete solutions, TEL continues to break through advanced semiconductor process technology

In addition to process technology which enhances the performance of semiconductor devices by scaling, 3D and heterogeneous integration has led to the development of various new structures and new materials. Although these trends have brought increasingly severe challenges to semiconductor production equipment suppliers, more opportunities and innovations have also been created.

According to Roger Chang, Executive Vice President of Tokyo Electron Taiwan, Tokyo Electron Limited with 58 years of history have developed multiple leading edge products such as Coater/Developer, Etch, Thin film deposition, Cleaning, Wafer prober. With strong position in the photoresist Coater/Developer market, TEL has taken 100% market share of Coater/Developer for EUV in high volume manufacturing as the industry moves into the new EUV era.

With this advantage, TEL will continue to strengthen each product and provide integrated process solutions to meet the needs

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Metal wires of carbon complete toolbox for carbon-based computers

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IMAGE: Scanning tunneling microscope image of wide-band metallic graphene nanoribbon (GNR). Each cluster of protrusions corresponds to a singly-occupied electron orbital. The formation of a pentagonal ring near each cluster leads…
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Credit: UC Berkeley image by Daniel Rizzo

Transistors based on carbon rather than silicon could potentially boost computers’ speed and cut their power consumption more than a thousandfold — think of a mobile phone that holds its charge for months — but the set of tools needed to build working carbon circuits has remained incomplete until now.

A team of chemists and physicists at the University of California, Berkeley, has finally created the last tool in the toolbox, a metallic wire made entirely of carbon, setting the stage for a ramp-up in research to build carbon-based transistors and, ultimately, computers.

“Staying within the same material, within the realm of carbon-based materials, is what brings this technology together

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Why Jim Cramer Thinks Nvidia Will Get the ‘Green Light’ to Complete Arm Acquisition

Nvidia has reached an agreement to acquire Arm Holdings from the British chip designer’s Japanese parent SoftBank for $40 billion.

Nvidia, the computer graphics chip company, will pay $21.5 billion in stock and $12 billion in cash for Arm. SoftBank also may receive up to $5 billion in cash or stock if Arm hits certain financial-performance targets. Nvidia also will issue $1.5 billion in stock to Arm employees.

Under the deal, SoftBank will have an ownership stake in Nvidia of under 10%. SoftBank purchased U.K. chip-designer Arm for $32 billion four years ago.

Arm’s technology goes into chips powering billions of devices shipping each year – everything from smartphones to video cameras to hard drives to washing machines.

“It’s a company with a reach that’s just unlike any company in the history of technology,” Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said in an interview with Bloomberg. “We’re uniting Nvidia’s leading AI computing

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