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Heads Up! S3S (SOI+) Conference w/FD-SOI Design Short Course, 14-17 October 2019, San Jose

The 45th (yes!) IEEE SOI Conference takes place 14-17 October 2019 in San Jose. Now called S3S –since it also covers 3D and subthreshold – i

Record-breaking Attendance at SOI Consortium’s 2019 China Events

The recent SOI Consortium’s FD-SOI and RF-SOI events (Shanghai, September 2019) were record-breakers, with attendance approaching 1000 over t

Samsung’s (Very!) Good 28FDS News Just Keeps Coming

Since the beginning of the year, there’s been a steady stream of excellent news around Samsung Foundry’s 28FDS, their highly successful 28nm

SOI Consortium Events Around the World This Fall – Mark Your Calendars

2019 will be a busy fall for the SOI Consortium and our members. First off are the SOI Consortium events in Shanghai and Tokyo, which are ver

SiV SOI Symposium Part 3 – Final FD-SOI Takeaways

Why FD-SOI? What can you do with it that you couldn’t do before? That was the big question from IHS Markit’s Matthew Short that kicked off t

Silicon Valley SOI Symposium a Huge Success. Key Takeaways (Part 1) Here.

Takeaway #1: As NXP VP Ron Martino noted in his opening keynote at the recent SOI Symposium in San Jose, FD-SOI is the technology platform f

Arm-Samsung Announce IP Platform including eMRAM for 18nm FD-SOI. Will Highlight at Silicon Valley Symposium

Editor's note: Arm and Samsung Foundry are extending their collaboration on FD-SOI, which they'll be highlighting at the SOI Consortium's Silicon

SOI Wafers on the Move – News from Soitec with Samsung, Simgui, China Mobile, Renesas & More

The world's SOI wafer leader, Soitec is posting strong sales and issuing a steady stream of compelling announcements. This is clearly good news f

World 1st and It’s on 28nm FD-SOI: ST Sampling ePCM (eNVM) for Automotive MCUs

STMicroelectronics is now sampling 28nm FD-SOI microcontrollers (MCUs) with embedded non-volatile memory (eNVM) based on ePCM to alpha customers.

2019 Greetings for the Start of an Exciting Year in SOI

Welcome to our first post for 2019 here at the SOI Consortium's Advanced Substrate News. First and foremost, may we wish you and yours a safe, ha