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Communications Semiconductor Market Forecast 2019-2024
Provides five-year revenue forecasts for many categories of communications semiconductors, including Ethernet products, embedded and server processors, and FPGAs.
Communications Semiconductor Market Share 2019
Provides market share data for many categories of communications semiconductors, including Ethernet products, processors, and FPGAs.
A Guide to Processors for Deep Learning
Covers processors for accelerating deep learning, neural networks, and vision processing for AI training and inference in data centers, autonomous vehicles, and client devices.
A Guide to Multicore Processors
Covers 32- and 64-bit embedded processors with four or more CPU cores that are used for wires and wireless communications, storage, security, and other applications.
A Guide to Ethernet Switch and PHY Chips
Covers data-center switch chips for 10G, 25G, 40G, 50G, and 100G Ethernet. Also includes physical-layer (PHY) chips for 10GBase-T and 100G Ethernet.
A Guide to Processors for IoT and Wearables
Covers processors and connectivity chips for IoT clients and wearable devices, focusing primarily on single-chip solutions with integrated radios.

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White Papers

C-V2X Drives Intelligent Transportation
This white paper describes the benefits that cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technology will provide by enabling vehicles to communicate directly with each other (V2V), transportation infrastructure (V2I), and network-connected service providers (V2N).
In-Memory Acceleration for Big Data
Standard CPUs can easily perform complex calculations on small datasets, but they struggle to handle larger datasets, particularly for simple tasks such as search. GSI Technology has created a new type of processor that combines memory and compute units on a single chip.
Certus-NX Innovates General-Purpose FPGAs
Certus-NX is the second product in Lattice's Nexus family, bringing the benefits of FD-SOI to a broader range of applications. It is well suited for many applications including smart home, IoT, consumer networking, and motor control.
Machine Learning Moves to the Edge
Embedded systems at the edge of the network will increasingly use machine learning (ML) to deliver new capabilities. Even as ML becomes more important, these new capabilities must be added without breaking the BOM cost and power budgets of existing products.  SiMa.ai is a new company developing a product to fit these requirements.
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September 28, 2020

Cortex-R82 Brings Linux to SSDs
Arm’s first 64-bit Cortex-R adds a memory-management unit for high-level operating systems, enabling computational-storage drives to run Linux. It inherits classic real-time features from the predecessor Cortex-R8.
IBM z15: A Modern Mainframe Chip
The z15 is IBM’s next-generation Z-series processor for mainframes, operating at a 5.2GHz base frequency. Relative to the z14, the company added two CPU cores and a handful of on-die accelerators.
Editorial: Nvidia Grabs Arm for AI
Nvidia aims to become the world’s leading computing company with its $40 billion acquisition of Arm, but the mismatch between the two businesses will make it a challenge to pull off.

September 21, 2020

Quantum Computing Seeks Supremacy
Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and other companies are pushing the frontiers of quantum computing, but researchers must reduce the qubit error rate before quantum processors can perform useful tasks.
Lightmatter Realizes Photonic AI
Lightmatter emerged from stealth by presenting details of its Mars test chip. The 3D chip stacks photonic and digital die, and it shows that a complete product could quickly follow.
Ambiq Doubles CPU Frequency
The Apollo 4 microcontroller delivers industry-leading energy efficiency while adding a graphics subsystem. Ambiq’s new part also adds location support to its low-power Bluetooth subsystem.

September 14, 2020

Jericho2c+ Brings 7nm to Routers
Broadcom is sampling its first 7nm router chip, the Jericho2c+ packet processor. The new product serves in line cards for chassis-based routers, pairing with the shipping Ramon fabric chip.
SuperFin Rescues Intel’s 10nm Node
After last year’s disappointing debut, Intel’s 10nm technology received a much needed performance boost from a new improvement branded SuperFin, now shipping in the company’s Tiger Lake processors.
Baidu Debuts First AI Accelerator
Joining other cloud-service providers (CSPs), Baidu is taking a shot at AI mastery by offering the Kunlun K200 SoC. The Chinese company designed the 256-TOPS accelerator for its internal deep-learning workloads.

September 7, 2020

Tiger Lake Debuts 10nm SuperFin
Intel’s 11th Generation Core processors for laptop PCs offer significant improvements in performance and battery life, thanks to the powerful Xe-LP GPU and a more advanced manufacturing process.
Ice Lake-SP Boosts Memory and I/O
The new Whitley platform boosts memory bandwidth and brings PCI Express Gen4, but Ice Lake’s 10nm process will hold back compute performance relative to Cascade Lake.

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