Purchasing a chip based solely on public benchmarks is like picking your Viking raiding band based on their performance at an Olympic Fencing duel.
In which we examine the ways that good analysts gather data.
There are a lot of reasons why Apple’s cellular modem may be failing, most of them just come down to the fact that modems are different and hard.
Growth stocks are a good place to be at point of maximum market fear. However, this time around, we think the decades long trend will reverse and when we come out of this downturn hardware will outperform software.
There seems to be some momentum for Arm to sell itself to some sort of consortium of major licensees. In theory, this could be a good outcome, but in practice would be very complex.
There are a lot of SPAC companies out there now – we have some suggestions for how they can dig themselves out of the whole the market has dug for them.
Our readership is split, roughly evenly, between finance people and technology people. We are reminded of this whenever the topic of Broadcom comes up. Broadcom was once a leading semiconductor […]
We think Qualcomm is expanding its “ASIC” business, helping hyperscalers in designing their own chips.
Fifty years ago the Street fell in love with diverse conglomerates like Gulf + Western. How different are the sprawling operations of the major Internet companies today?
TSMC has world leading semi manufacturing skills, but Morris Chang’s claim of “50% cost advantage” has more to do with currency than hazy notions about the US workforce’s capabilities. Nonetheless, bringing fabs back to the US will be challenging.