Top ten news articles in March

Top ten news articles in March

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By Nick Flaherty

March saw the hoopla of Nvidia’s GTC conference in California, with a range of deals and the new Blackwell GPU architecture as the start of a whole new AI industry, where the company is busy building its business in selling the tools.

All change at Swedish development tool maker IAR, with CEO Richard Lind stepping down to be replaced quickly with board member Cecilia Wachtmeister in the top ten news articles in March. At the same time competitor Segger has been offering free graphics libraries for the Gigadevice ARM microcontrollers.

STMicroelectronics is pushing the performance of low power FD-SOI silicon on insulator technology for its microcontrollers at 18nm with phase change memory, while NXP saw staff go on strike in the Netherlands over pay.

While Siemens is set to absorb the motor drive business of ebm-papst, the US has launched its microelectronics strategy to build on the success of the CHIPS Act to extend support to the wider market. That issue of subsidies was also shown by the 70% levels being offered to Tata by the Indian government for its proposed 300mm chip plant.

Self-driving vehicles are already on roads in Europe, the US and China, but Volkswagen is taking the next step and preparing its id.Buzz as an autonomous transport system.  And perhaps appropriately for the Easter break in the West, research centre CERN has detailed its sub-nanosecond timing collaboration, called White Rabbit.

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