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Recent content by coldsolder215

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    Semis and the Coronavirus

    This is pure sinophobic hysteria
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    Intel hires former GlobalFoundries, IBM chip executive Dr. Gary Patton!

    "Patton is known in the industry for his ability to translate research and development into practice inside chip factories." Like the 7nm program he shitcanned with McKinsey against the spirit of the deal with IBM? I've never heard anything good about this guy from anyone on the ground, but...
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    GLOBALFOUNDRIES Files Patent Infringement Lawsuits

    "Hey guys, brilliant idea: let's screw with the most important supply chain in our industry. Best case scenario is we cripple manufacturing of the one product that still has broad consumer appeal and drives most semiconductor R&D today. Then we'll recruit Amy Schumer's cousin/master political...
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    GLOBALFOUNDRIES Files Patent Infringement Lawsuits

    "So what are we going to make now that we have all these IBM technologies, engineers, and patents?" "How about we shutter or sell most of those programs, and then use the patents to troll companies who actually know what they're doing. And do a bit about the importance of domestic manufacturing...
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    Japan hits South Korea with semiconductor sanctions

    I wonder whether hamfisted nationalistic trade wars are the new status quo.
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    Intel auctioning off 5G patents

    Finger on the pulse of Intel's post-Moore era for sure.
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    Marvell to Acquire Avera Semi (GF ASIC)

    My understanding is they still owe debts inherited from IBM.. plus I'm sure the McKinsey consultants now command a pound of flesh.