A recent press release from eSilicon caught my eye. The company has been touting their 7nm SerDes quite a bit lately â€“ reach, power, flexibility, things like that. While those capabilities are important, any high-performance chip needs to work in the context of the system, which usually contains technology from multiple sources.… Read More
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