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ITRS getting a reboot

Don Dingee

New member
Several of us, myself included, have been pounding on the idea that the value in semiconductors is now systems-level design, and there is likely to be an influx of non-chip companies in the next round creating differentiated designs.

For five decades, the long-term process roadmap for the semiconductor industry was the ITRS. Now, the IEEE has stepped in and is expanding the definition to devices and systems:

Chip Roadmap Reboots Under New Management | EE Times

IRDS looks to define a 15-year vision. Can they regain their clout and rope in some of the marketing hype?
 
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