December 1, 2022

DOD Funding Expands Purdue-Led Microelectronics Workforce Program

Purdue University has announced that the Scalable Asymmetric Lifecycle Engagement (SCALE) microelectronics workforce development program will extend five years and expand with additional Department of Defense (DOD) funding of $10.8 million and a ceiling of $99 million.
December 1, 2022

Ixana raises $3M with breakthrough wearable silicon chip

Ixana, the wearable hardware company developing high-speed human-computer interfaces, today announced it has closed $3 million in seed funding and is backed by Uncorrelated Ventures, Samsung Next, Evonexus, Paradigm Shift and Hack VC.
November 22, 2022

Moore’s law: The journey ahead

The transistor was invented 75 years ago, and the integrated circuit soon thereafter. The progress in making transistors smaller also led to them becoming cheaper, which was famously noted as Moore’s law.
October 31, 2022

U.S. probing how American electronics wound up in Russian military gear

On a recent afternoon, an unusual group of visitors peered through a window at Purdue University students tinkering in a lab: two dozen executives from the world’s biggest semiconductor companies. The tech leaders had traveled to the small-town campus on the Wabash River to fix one of the biggest problems that they – and the U.S. economy – face: a desperate shortage of engineers.
October 25, 2022

Sigstore Announces General Availability at SigstoreCon

Today at SigstoreCon, the Sigstore community announced the general availability of its free software signing service giving open source communities access to production-grade stable services for artifact signing and verification.
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