ARM BLOG POST. Arm Partners’ Predictions for 2022. Evolution of AI, devices becoming more human, design productivity and supply-chain challenges: Arm partners including PragmatIC Semiconductor, Audio Analytic, Cadence, reveal their predictions for the year ahead.
ARM BLOG POST. Flexible processing is here. But Thin film semiconductors won’t replace silicon: they will complement it. Here’s what we need to make it mainstream.
ARM BLOG POST. From spotting forest fires to giving you a clearer picture of the cosmos, here are some of the products and trends from Arm partners that pushed the boundaries of digital technology in 2021.
PACKAGING EUROPE. As we move ever closer to a new year, it’s time to ask what kinds of trends, priorities and disruptive innovations we can expect 2022 to bring. We hear from a range of voices across the industry on subjects such as packaging waste, automation, recyclability and more.
New College Durham (NCD) is delighted to announce that it will be working with PragmatIC Semiconductor to develop new and innovative courses that will enable people of all ages and backgrounds to develop skills appropriate for careers in exciting high-tech companies.
E&T. It may be time to reconsider the ‘bigger is better’ approach to manufacturing ever more complex silicon chips. With a novel, modular manufacturing system production can be distributed close to the point of use, reducing their carbon footprint.
EE TIMES. Scott White is the CEO of PragmatIC Semiconductor, where he has led the development of a platform to connect everyday objects to the IoT and is now championing the application of this technology across key societal challenges.
SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING NEWS. Big brands have been making lots of commitments to reduce plastic waste, but in reality, there has been a noticeable rise in waste. How can innovative technology be leveraged to win the war on plastic waste and boost sustainability?
PACKAGING EUROPE. In an increasingly complex global supply chain, how can technologies such as RFID and blockchain support security, safety and sustainability from producer to end consumer?
EE TIMES. PragmatIC Semiconductor has secured $80 million in funding to build a second FlexLogIC fab with five times the capacity of its existing fab in order to meet a growing demand.
THE TELEGRAPH. Investors including Cambridge's Arm have backed the effort to build specialised chips in Britain intended to power the next phase of the internet.
MARKT & TECHNIK. British PragmatIC Semiconductor, based in Cambridge and Sedgefield in County Durham, has not only developed a completely new process, but also a unique fab-in-a-box system for the cost-effective, high-volume production of flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs).