The design is said to reduce the amount of heat generated by the devices during operations by 40%, leading to simplification of the cooling system.
The DACx0501 digital-to-analog converters (DACs), from Texas Instruments, offer a wide power supply range from 2.7 to 5.5 V and include an integrated 2.5 V internal reference that delivers three full-scale buffered output voltage ranges.
Researchers have produced a two-dimensional hexagonal boron nitride ink, which has been used to fabricate flexible thin-film transistors.
Intel Labs has unveiled what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip, which should help speed up development of full-stack quantum computing systems.
Carbon impurity has long hindered efficiency in nitride-based electronic and optical devices, but now researchers have discovered a method that can quickly detect carbon impurity using light.
Neousys' IGT-30 Series, equipped with the AM3352 from Texas Instruments' Sitara AM335x family, is an ARM-based box PC designed for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) gateways and Industry 4.0 applications.
By creating a protocol that allows a quantum computer to check its own answers to difficult problems, scientists have provided a means to confirm that the computer is working correctly.
The SMARC module is an application-ready subsystem that comes with a comprehensive ecosystem including ready-to-go boot loader implementation, pre-qualified Linux, Yocto and Android BSPs, and a fully featured evaluation carrier board.
Researchers have found a way of using 'spin waves' to switch magnetisation at room temperature for more energy-efficient spin memory and logic devices.
The milestone is said to eclipse the performance — and efficiency — of the traditional RF-CMOS technology that is ubiquitous in modern consumer electronics, including mobile phones.
Researchers have developed a novel magnetic skin that can remotely control switches and keyboards with the wave of a hand or the blink of an eye.
Scientists have developed a three-valued memory device with extremely low energy consumption that may be key for the development of more energy-efficient and faster RAMs.
Archer Materials has assembled and patterned a nanometre-size array of several individual qubit material components of a prototype room-temperature operating quantum computing qubit processor.