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GPU architecture to support AI and high performance computing
GPU architecture to support AI and high performance computing16.05.2017 - 23:07

NVIDIA has unveiled Volta, which it says is the most powerful GPU computing architecture available. Created to support artificial intelligence and high performance computing, device features 21billion transistors and is said to deliver the equivalent performance of 100 CPUs for deep learning applications. “Deep learning has insatiable d...



Hybrid nanomaterials with programmable potentials
Hybrid nanomaterials with programmable potentials03.05.2017 - 23:16

Using a novel controllable chemical method, Graphene Flagship researchers have created hybrid heterostructures that can be tailored to have particular electronic, magnetic and optical properties. Stacking thin layers of graphene and related materials (GRMs) leads to heterostructure devices which can be tailored by design of the stack. The res...



DSP core targeted at neural network applications
DSP core targeted at neural network applications03.05.2017 - 23:11

A self-contained neural network DSP IP core from Cadence has been optimised for vision, radar/lidar and fused sensor applications. Targeted at those companies developing SoCs for the automotive, surveillance, drone and mobile/wearable markets, the Tensilica Vision C5 DSP is said to offer a capacity of 1TMAC/s, suiting it to a range of neural net...



28nm CMOS A/D converter ‘sets new benchmark’
28nm CMOS A/D converter ‘sets new benchmark’03.05.2017 - 23:01

As part of a new series of high speed A/D converters, Analog Devices has launched the AD9208, said to be targeted at GHz bandwidth applications, where it meets the spectral efficiency demands of 4G/5G multi-band wireless communications base stations. Fabricated on a 28nm CMOS process, the device is said to address multi-standard production in...



Cool solution to lithium battery safety problems
Cool solution to lithium battery safety problems24.04.2017 - 23:26

Ice templating could lead to lithium batteries that are safer, have longer battery life and are bendable, according to research undertaken at Columbia University’s Engineering department. Looking to overcome issues associated with the liquid electrolyte used in commercial lithium batteries, assistant professor Yuan Yang’s team exp...



Molecular libraries for organic light-emitting diodes
Molecular libraries for organic light-emitting diodes24.04.2017 - 23:14

Using a screening process developed by chemists at Goethe University Frankfurt, it is now possible to identify more quickly structures for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) with superior luminescence and charge-transport properties. According to the researchers, organic materials are the most effective way to master the rising demand for ...



Nanotube structure strengthens flexible electronics
Nanotube structure strengthens flexible electronics24.04.2017 - 23:10

Thin carbon nanotube (CNT) textiles, synthesised by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, exhibit both high electrical conductivity and a level of toughness that is about 50 times higher than copper films currently used in electronics. “The structural robustness of thin metal films has significant importance for...



Making batteries from waste glass bottles
Making batteries from waste glass bottles24.04.2017 - 23:01

Nanosilicon anodes for high performance lithium-ion batteries have been created by researchers at the University of California, Riverside's Bourns College of Engineering, using waste glass bottles and a low cost chemical process. According to the researchers, the batteries could extend the range of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid...



Using air to make transparent pressure sensors
Using air to make transparent pressure sensors09.04.2017 - 23:52

A method to make transistor-type active-matrix pressure sensors using foldable substrates and air-dielectric layers has been developed by researchers from the Korean Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology. The 3D sensor is said to detect wide pressure ranges, from human body weight to a finger touch, and to generate an electrical ...



Jumping droplets cool hotspots in electronics
Jumping droplets cool hotspots in electronics09.04.2017 - 23:48

A technology has been developed by engineers at Duke University to cool hotspots in high performance electronics. "Hotspot cooling is important for high performance technologies," said associate professor Chuan-Hua Chen. "A better cooling system will enable faster computers, longer-lasting electronics and more powerful electric...



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