September saw some pretty momentous moves in the electronics industry. The return of ARM to the stock market saw significant interest, and started with a bang, gaining 25% but falling back to it original listing price by the end of the month.
The Raspberry Pi 5 has just been launched, with a boost in performance and a whole new board architecture and cooling options. And China is developing its own EUV light source for leading edge lithography.
Intel also launched a new stripped down RISC-V processor as part of its Nios soft cores for its FPGAs and Gowin Semiconductor launched 22nm FPAGs with hardened RISC-V cores.
Generative AI continues to drive into the industry, this time added to the latest PCB layout tools from Cadence to boost engineer productivity and Synopsys is seeing multiple 2nm designs taping out at TSMC, using AI to port designs more quickly.
Indie Semiconductor continues its march into automotive tech with a new in-cabin radar chip runs at a record 240GHz, while Seeed in China ran a successful kickstarter for a LoRaWAN IoT GPS tracker that eeNews Europe had the pleasure of testing out.
Now China has launched its own synchrotron EUV source for lithography, but the move is no sanctions buster, as using the EUV light is the key challenge.
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