Japanese have done it again! They are rediscovering their mojo back! Japan, U.S. to launch R&D for 2-nm chip mass production - Nikkei Asia Japan will open an R&D center for next-generation 2-nanometer chips by year-end under a partnership with the U.S., part of their efforts to establish secure chip supply chains amid tensions around … Continue reading 2nm chips!
I had posted the link from Financial Times yesterday; here's another one from WSJ. The U.S. Is Investing Big in Chips. So Is the Rest of the World. - WSJ Semiconductors go into just about every electronic device and are critical to a range of major industries from smartphones and cars to military equipment and … Continue reading CHIP incentives: Another perspective from WSJ
Policy decisions can be acrimonious because those with funds face "difficult choices" in the face of intense lobbying. The big question is: Do corporations need public funds support, especially as they grow and declare billions of dollars in the dividends for their shareholders? The answer lies in decreasing R&D spends and gradual shift towards maximising … Continue reading US CHIPS Act: Some forward movement
This is an important blog post: I link to these self improvement articles because they are effective tips. The simplest way to regain focus is to shift towards writing (and creating) instead of consuming content. "News" adds nothing substantial to your workflows or ideas. Slack is the worst offender (more than emails) and end users … Continue reading Concentration and Focus: How to regain it?
This is interesting bit of information: Microsoft extends life of cloud servers to six years • The Register "Investments in our software that increased efficiencies in how we operate our server and network equipment as well as advances in technology have resulted in lives extending beyond historical accounting useful lives," she added. Those investments will … Continue reading Extending time for servers