Accelerate Hydrogen Adoption Using Ansys Simulation: Part 3 – Storage / Transport

Accelerate Hydrogen Adoption Using Ansys Simulation: Part 3 – Storage / Transport
by Admin on 03-18-2024 at 2:01 pm

Join us for the third in a four-part series, where we will look at the comprehensive solution for hydrogen storage, from doing a quick assessment of a hydrogen tank filling using a thermal desktop to carrying out detailed 3D simulations of hydrogen leakage and auto-ignition.

The final webinar in the series will cover utilization… Read More


Alchip is Golden, Keeps Breaking Records on Multiple KPIs

Alchip is Golden, Keeps Breaking Records on Multiple KPIs
by Kalar Rajendiran on 05-10-2023 at 10:00 am

Alchip Revenue Breakdown along Nodes and Applications

I don’t know the story behind the name Alchip. I’ve been asking this question ever since its founding in 2003 and still haven’t found the answer. Wikipedia sometimes provides insights and stories behind names of companies, products and services but I couldn’t find any regarding the name Alchip. One thing is for sure. After its consistent… Read More


Cliosoft’s Smart Storage Strategy for Better Workspace Management

Cliosoft’s Smart Storage Strategy for Better Workspace Management
by Kalar Rajendiran on 02-08-2023 at 10:00 am

Links to Cache Architecture

Over the years storage has gotten very cheap, or has it? As a typical consumer, we take data storage for granted because access to it has gotten very cheap. Long gone are the days of being limited to 1.44MB floppy disks to store data. The smart devices we carry around with us can store 100’s of GB of data. That is a lot of data. But what about… Read More


SiFive’s Approach to Embedding Intelligence Everywhere

SiFive’s Approach to Embedding Intelligence Everywhere
by Tom Simon on 04-27-2020 at 6:00 am

SiFive Embedding Intelligence

Before the advent of RISC-V, designers looking for embedded processors were effectively limited to a handful of proprietary processors using ISAs from decades ago. While the major ISAs are being updated and enhanced, they also are facing limitations from many decisions made over many years.  RISC-V was conceived with a clean… Read More


Why Sidense OTP is Like the Armored Car of NVM

Why Sidense OTP is Like the Armored Car of NVM
by Tom Simon on 09-23-2015 at 4:00 pm

I have written about Sidense before, but last week at the TSMC Open Innovation Platform Forum, I had a chance to hear a talk by, and have lunch with Betina Hold Director of R&D at Sidense. Here is what I learned.

Sidense has been focusing on the growing market in what they like to call the smart connected universe. It is best to think… Read More


Successful Venture of an Indian Global VIP Company

Successful Venture of an Indian Global VIP Company
by Pawan Fangaria on 04-17-2015 at 10:00 am

It’s rare that we find a truly Indian-based company operating globally in the semiconductor space. Although the ‘gold rush’ towards IP development in the last decade initiated many IP start-ups in India, today we rarely find Indian IP company names which are shining in the global arena. The story of services companies is different,… Read More