Where to Sign Up for FD-SOI and RF-SOI Learning Opps in China?

Suddenly they’re everywhere: opportunities to learn more about FD-SOI and RF-SOI. Over the next couple of months you can find them in China, Europe and Silicon Valley. Some are organized by the SOI Consortium, others by foundries and partners. Here’s a quick listing with links for more info on how to register for upcoming China […]

Tokyo SOI Workshop – Day 2 Recap (Part 2)

This is the second part of ASN coverage of Day 2 of the recent SOI Workshop in Tokyo, which was dedicated to the “Convergence of IoT, Automotive through Connectivity”. Many of the presentations are now posted and freely available – click here to see the full list. (In case you missed them, Day 1 and […]

Tokyo SOI Workshop – Day 2 Recap (Part 1)

Day 2 of the recent SOI Workshop in Tokyo was dedicated to the “Convergence of IoT, Automotive through Connectivity”. Many of the presentations are now posted and freely available – click here to see the full list. It was a really full day, so the recap in this post covers about half of the Day […]

We’re Doing It! FD-SOI Ecosystem Shines in Tokyo (Day 1)

The FD-SOI ecosystem is strong. This was made clear at the recent Tokyo SOI Workshop, organized by the SOI Consortium. The event was spread out over two days, and most of the presentations are now posted (click here to access them).   To cover the full scope of the workshop will take (at least) a couple […]

Part 2: NXP’s new i.MX 7ULP – More on Why It’s On 28nm FD-SOI

As you learned in Part 1 of this article, NXP is calling its new i.MX 7ULP general-purpose processor, “The most advanced, lowest power-consuming GPU-enabled MPU on the market.” Now let’s get into a little more detail about why it’s on 28nm FD-SOI. If you read NXP VP Ron Martino’s terrific, two-part ASN piece last year […]