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At present, Apple’s A14 processor is the only processor on the market that has been published on the 5nm process It is built by TSMC’s 5nm process, with a staggering 11 8 billion transistors inserted into the chip, providing powerful operations
vilsion, Sep, 30, 2020  — At present, Apple’s A14 processor is the only processor on the market that has been published on the 5nm process. It is built by TSMC’s 5nm process, with a staggering 11.8 billion transistors inserted into the chip, providing powerful operations. Efficiency and excellent power consumption state. However, it is not cheap to produce a 5nm process processor. In addition to the design cost of the IC design company itself, there is also the foundry production cost of TSMC. According to US CSET calculations, the cost of 12-inch wafers manufactured by TSMC’s 5-nanometer process is about US$16,988, which is much higher than the previous 7-nanometer process cost of US$9,3...
WinWatch in Switzerland has embedded an RFID chip in sapphire to add contactless payment to any analogue watch
vilsion, Sep, 25, 2020  — WinWatch in Switzerland has embedded an RFID chip in sapphire to add contactless payment to any analogue watch. The RFID chip designed at Infineon's contactless competence centre in Graz, Austria is used in the patented STISS (Swiss Technology Inside Smart Sapphire) sapphire crystal to provide secure payment transactions by radio frequency within 200 milliseconds. More and more people around the world are paying with contactless because it's easy, fast and hygienic. Especially in the wake of the Corona pandemic, the acceptance and spread of the technology has accelerated significantly. "A fast and robust connection from the watch to the reader at the checkout is crucial fo...
Connected healthcare products will see dramatic growth to nearly $100bn by 2030 says a new report from the United Nations and P&S Intelligence
vilsion, Oct, 19, 2020  — Connected healthcare products will see dramatic growth to nearly $100bn by 2030 says a new report from the United Nations and P&S Intelligence. The World Population Ageing 2019 report from the United Nations shows the number of people aged 65 and above will grow from 703 million last year to over 1.5 billion by 2030. This will drive the global smart home healthcare market from $8.7 billion in 2019 to a massive $96.2 billion in 2030, a compund growth of 26.2% over the decade says P&S Intelligence. Elderly people are demanding an array of smart technologies that can help them live independently and with dignity in their home. In particular, the increasing demand for internet...