The technological benefits that the 3-D stacking of integrated circuits brings have the potential to ease the current chip shortage concerns, according to Cadence. As demand for faster processors continues to rise worldwide, the 3-D architecture looks all set to replace conventional chip designs.
Auto industry executives expect electric vehicles will make up just over half of new vehicle sales in the US and China by 2030, and could do so without receiving government subsidies, according to a new survey by accounting and consulting firm KPMG.
The Air Force Research Laboratory recently tasked NextFlex with finding ways to attract students who might not otherwise consider a technical or scientific career path.
Printed circuit design engineers can benefit from the PCE-EDU Printed Circuit Engineering Professional curriculum, a new weeklong program on printed circuit engineering layout based on current technology trends, taking place in January, February and March.
UP Media Group issued a call for abstracts for PCB West 2022, taking place next October in the Silicon Valley.
CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY has reopened registration for its annual Service Excellence Awards (SEAs) for EMS providers and electronics assembly equipment, material, service, and software suppliers. The 2022 program returns to its original format after a focus group of past participants emphasized the value of the feedback they receive from their customers.
Some industry insiders believe PLM will expand into electronics and semiconductor design fields in addition to traditional manufacturing industries like automotive, aerospace, oil & gas, construction equipment, etc.
Miles Moreau, KIC’s general manager, discusses how to profile a reflow oven and a wave soldering machine, on the latest Reliability Matters podcast.
Apple is still working on a multi-device wireless charger that would fulfill the promise of the company's long-canceled AirPower charging mat, sources say.
Wisconsin Oven delivers small batch oven.
As the Chair Turns
Twenty-one years. That’s how long I’ve sat in this chair as an editor for this publication. That’s 21 years of writing editorials. Never missed an issue. Many times, I’ve written them on planes, heading to or from someplace afar. (I may work from home, but traveling from Boston to China, as I have done many, many times, still means ample commuting time.)