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Finding technically skilled employees has become a serious challenge, and even tech giants like TSMC were reportedly struggling to recruit for their new Arizona fabs.
Among all the applications that gallium nitride is exploring, EVs is undoubtfully one of the platforms that GaN shows significant strength. But as electric vehicles move from 400V to 800V bus architecture, could GaN remain competitive against SiC?
Moving towards 200mm wafer production seems to be an inevitable path for GaN. Let’s learn more about the challenges that GaN needs to overcome with Dr. Victor Veliadis from PowerAmerica.
For any emerging technology to take over the market, it must not only outperform existing technologies but also be massively affordable. What advantages does GaN possess over Si and SiC, which have already been commercialized?
As DPUs become more common in accelerating data-centric computing, it could evolve so fast that it needs its own special-purpose accelerator someday.
While the semiconductor industry is short of talents, Dr. Santosh Kurinec from RIT reckons that raising visibility of ICT industry is a crucial way to attract more talents, and semiconductor education should start from K-12.
Technology is evolving so fast that training in system engineering sometimes have to start after college. But how do academic educations help students thrive in the ever-changing industry?
With lower power consumption and lower costs, DPU has become an economic choice for data center and cloud vendors. But in this episode, Dr. Mark Silberstein from Technion uncovers the challenges DPU technology still faces.
Dr. Mark Silbertsein from Technion will thoroughly exanimate the unique features of DPU, and how it’s powerful in a different way.
While the industry is excited to revolutionize system architectures, let’s take a step back with Dr. Mark Silbertsein from Technion to learn about the birth and significance of DPU.