Qualcomm is participating in the first China International Import Expo next month in Shanghai, looking to collaborate with Chinese companies in connected vehicles, integrated circuit manufacturing and the internet of things, in addition to wireless communications, Qualcomm China Chairman Frank Meng said.
ASML Holding reported $786 million in net profit for the third quarter on higher revenue. The company is forecasting increased orders and revenue for the fourth quarter.
Arm rolled out the Neoverse cloud-to-edge infrastructure for connecting devices around the world. The chip design company and its technology partners will introduce cores, intellectual property and system-on-a-chip devices for networks, servers and storage systems, promising a 30% improvement in performance.
Researchers at South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology report developing a flow-based aluminum-air battery for electric vehicles. The team used a silver nanoparticle seed-mediated silver manganate nanoplate architecture to provide the necessary oxygen reduction reaction.
Arm's Eric Hennenhoefer talks about quantum computing, privacy, security and other topics in this interview. "Arm's view on machine learning is that it's going to be everywhere," he says.
Intel will work with Dublin City University on artificial intelligence technology at Talent Garden Dublin, a new research and development hub in the capital of Ireland. Talent Garden Dublin will offer training in AI, blockchain and coding, along with design and leadership.
NXP Semiconductors brought out the eIQ machine learning framework and development tools for its application processors and microcontrollers. Those tools are meant for inference at the edge node for applications such as anomaly detection, facial recognition and speech recognition.
Researchers at China's Zhengzhou University report crafting a nanogenerator capable of harvesting energy from motions by humans, providing a power source for wearable electronics. The hydrophobic nanofiber-based nanogenerator can be woven into clothing and washed, the scientists say.
Arm and Intel will collaborate on internet of things network management, in an effort to bring greater security to IoT devices. Arm will use Intel's Secure Device Onboard service, enabling its Pelion IoT Platform to onboard and manage platforms based on the x86 architecture.