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  1. J

    Venture funding for chip startups has doubled in the last five years thanks to AI

    AI is going to be huge. No doubt about it. But --- when the dust settles there will be a small handful of companies that are still standing.
  2. J

    How America can avert the next chip shortage

    I agree But .... isn't that why China might want to take over Taiwan?
  3. J

    How America can avert the next chip shortage

    Nice article Dan!!! What do you think about a possible China invasion of Taiwan and what effect that would have on the situation?
  4. J

    TSMC founder doubts US competence in chip-making

    Wow. Interesting!! I stand corrected.
  5. J

    TSMC founder doubts US competence in chip-making

    Wow. This story is evoking a lot of responses. it may be your most popular article ever, Dan. BTW: I agree. Tough to run a good Fab working from home.
  6. J

    Memory Upswing Returns, New Record High Expected in 2022

    Wow. That's on the order of 10 exp18 or 10 exp19 bits of memory just this year!!! At Fairchild we used to sell the 9033 - a 16 bit SRAM. You'd need to ship a lot of those to get up to 10exp18, wouldn't you?!!
  7. J

    Bob Swan on why manufacturing matters: Intel’s 40 years in Arizona

    Hey Dan Can't wait till next week when you write about the possibility (Or lack thereof) of Intel going fabless!!!
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