Do Nvidia’s competitors want it to buy Arm? Chip companies are worried that Nvidia will be successful with Arm, but they are much more worried that Nvidia fails putting an immense burden on an industry that depends on Arm.
Semis Musical Chairs – AMD for XLNX – AMD is now competing with Intel everywhere that matters, and every other major chip company has to worry about relying on FPGAs owned by a potential competitor.
Power plant on wheels – Why chips matter – The magic of semis is that they can compress complex problems into workable units. But the paradox of semis is that when all that work is done well, everyone takes them for granted.
Edge Computing could be a sizable market for some companies. However, it does not need fancy new technologies or hardware so much as it needs solutions tailored to specific use cases and industries.
We published our latest newsletter today with our thoughts on CES 2020. The excerpt below is the front page of that note. Please drop us a line if you would […]
There is a lot of discussion lately about “Edge Data Centers”. It is one of those topics that crosses all sorts of boundaries and pops up in conversation in a […]
This post is an excerpt from our newsletter in which we take a deep look at the shifting trends of the semiconductor industry. If you would like a full copy […]
Earlier this week we started this series breaking complex topics into discrete ideas of analysis. For this post, we want to tease out the strands around the future of transportation. […]
Sometimes moving into the future brings us back to the past. We have been tinkering with some thoughts about autonomous cars and the future of automobile ownership for a few […]
By contrast to wireless charging, the drone market shows real momentum. I wrote last year that going into CES drones were the hot topic, but the show floor was disappointing, […]