Samsung Foundry to introduce new 2-nanometer processors in 2025
Samsung Foundry, the processor manufacturing division of the Korean tech group, will launch 2-nanometer (2nm) processors by 2025. This is according to a recently disclosed roadmap.
The 2-nm processors now announced for 2025 are intended for use in smartphones and other mobile devices, according ... Read more
NFC gets more and improved functionality in coming years
The functionality of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology will be greatly expanded in the coming years. This is evident from the roadmap recently released by standards organization NFC Forum.
According to the NFC Forum, which includes tech companies such as Apple, Google, Huawei, NXP, Qualc... Read more
‘Samsung plans to ramp up chip production capacity next year’
Samsung plans to further increase the capacity of its chip production next year. This despite the current economic headwinds, reports Reuters. With this move, the South Korean tech giant is trying to anticipate better times.
According to the news website, which relies on a South Korean newspaper... Read more
IBM introduces Osprey quantum processor with 433 qubits
IBM presented the Osprey, a 433 qubit quantum processor. According to Big Blue, the model is a significant step in quantum computing.
The new 433 qubit Osprey processor is the successor to the 127 qubit Eagle processor released in 2021. Like its predecessor, the Osprey quantum processor is base... Read more
Samsung presents ambitious roadmap for advanced chip manufacturing
Samsung has announced an ambitious roadmap for advanced chip manufacturing. The organization aims to step up the competition with Taiwan-based TSMC, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The newspaper reports that the South Korean tech giant recently announced a roadmap for highly advanced chip ... Read more
Intel server roadmap leaks with focus on 10 nm, PCIe 5.0 and DDR5
A leaked Intel roadmap shows some new details and confirms annual new Optane Persistent Memory (PM) modules. Cooper Lake and Ice Lake will be released as planned in 2020 and their successor Sapphire Rapids 8-channel DDR5 will receive support and PCIe 5.0.
Last month Huawei presented these leaked sli... Read more