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What are the topics covered? Renesas ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) Chips, Networks on Chip, Intel Labs are demonstrating 8-wavelength DFB laser arrays, U.S. technical managers are squeezing access to Russian technology, Japan There is a shortage of engineers …

5.5. Renesas and Hailo connect to ADAS
Hailo, the AIIP developer in Israel, is working with Renesas on the ADAS chip. Designed for Neural Network (NN) acceleration, the combination of the Hailo-8 processor and the Renesas R-Car V3H and R-Car V4H SoCs powers ADASIC for zoned and centralized vehicle ECUs.

4.4. Importance of NoC
As the amount of data flowing around ICs increases, NoC (Network on Chip) is becoming an issue. “NoC performance must match the performance of the computing part of the SoC,” says Ben Fletcher of Sondrel. “NoC’s function is to provide input data fast enough to keep the computing IP on the chip running at maximum capacity. It saves the output data so that the system is not blocked.

3.. Intel integrates 8-wavelength DFB laser array into CMOS wafers
Intel Labs demonstrated an 8-wavelength DFB laser array integrated into a silicon wafer. It provides +/- 0.25 dB output power uniformity and ± 6.5% wavelength spacing uniformity. This will enable the manufacture of light sources with the performance required for future high-capacity applications such as packaged optics and optical computing interconnects for new network-intensive workloads such as AI and ML. It will be possible. The laser array is built on Intel’s 300mm silicon photonics manufacturing process.

2.2. U.S. technology controls oppressing Russians
The United States and its allies are oppressing Russians by denying them technology, US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo (pictured) said earlier this week. “Since the regulations came into effect, global exports of semiconductors from all sources to Russia have fallen by almost 90%,” she said. Missiles and tanks. “

idf-2009-fall-32nm-westmere-wafer-300x2131.1. Japan’s largest chip company needs to hire 35,000 engineers
According to the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association, eight major Japanese chip companies will need to hire 35,000 engineers over the next 10 years. “It is often said that there is a shortage of semiconductors, but the biggest shortage is engineers,” Hideki Wakabayashi, a professor at Tokyo University of Science, who is in charge of the policy proposal task force of the JEITA Semiconductor Committee, told Nikkei.

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