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India, Japan and a road to a resilient Semiconductors supply chain

As the Indo-Japanese ties have passed the test of reliability and also carried their old association legacy with a positivity. Over the years, both...

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Researchers in Europe are working to counter potential risks from nanomaterials used by a range of industries for technological advances. By Tom Cassauwers While others might dream...

Chinese scientists create chip that can perform AI task 3,000 times faster than Nvidia’s A100

The light-based chip can only perform selected tasks at present such as image recognition, but can operate much faster than current products on the...

Battle for Semiconductors: Will There Be Winners?

On the eve of U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo’s visit to China on August 27-29, the White House took some conciliatory steps. The...

Semi-Conductor Race in Indo-Pacific

The semiconductor industry is a rapidly growing and competitive field, and the Indo-Pacific region is a major player in this race. Countries such as...

The US-China Rivalry: Emergence of the Chip War in the Semiconductor Industry

Over the past few months, a substantial exchange of discussions and negotiations has taken place between the United States and China about the issue...

Foxconn-Vedanta deal breakup brings out government’s dilemma

In a setback to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious chipmaking plans for India, Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn has announced its withdrawal from a $19.5...

The battle to control microchip supplies will define the 21st Century

Semiconductors are as important for global capitalism today as access to energy resources. Only a handful of countries can produce the most advanced microchips,...

Balancing Power in the Global Tech Industry: China and Taiwan’s Battle for Semiconductor Dominance

In recent years, tensions between China and Taiwan have escalated to new heights, with both sides vying for dominance in key industries such as...

Chip War: Who will win?

Like Ukraine-Russia war, the world is now  facing another war, named semiconductor or chip war. The competition between the U.S and China becomes intense...

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