How can we recognize the real power of the Internet of Things?
If policy makers and businesses get it right, linking the physical and digital worlds could generate up to $11.1 trillion a year in economic value by 2025.
How artificial intelligence can deliver real value to companies
Companies new to the space can learn a great deal from early adopters who have invested billions into AI and are now beginning to reap a range of benefits.
Making sense of Internet of Things platforms
The IoT platform space is important, but crowded and confusing. How do you go about finding one that is right for your business?
Security in the Internet of Things
Security issues may represent the greatest obstacle to growth of the Internet of Things. How can semiconductor companies help resolve them?
What’s new with the Internet of Things?
Adoption of the Internet of Things is proceeding more slowly than expected, but semiconductor companies can help accelerate growth through new technologies and business models.
Mobility trends: What’s ahead for automotive semiconductors
New mobility trends are diversifying demand for automotive semiconductors. Here’s what companies need to know about new opportunities.
Moneyball for engineers: What the semiconductor industry can learn from sports
R&D leaders can boost productivity by using advanced analytics to create stronger, faster engineering teams.
How semiconductor companies can win in China’s new product-development landscape
Product-design centers in China want to become stronger engines of global innovation. What does this mean for semiconductor suppliers?
Optimizing back-end semiconductor manufacturing through Industry 4.0
Can Industry 4.0 tools help back-end semiconductor factories capture elusive gains in productivity, throughput, and quality?
From hardware to software: How semiconductor companies can lead a successful...
Many semiconductor companies struggle when attempting to transition from hardware to software. How can they improve the process?
Finding the true cost of portfolio complexity
A fine-grained allocation of costs can help companies weed out “freeloader” products and improve performance.
Improving semiconductor R&D
Using data-driven insights speeds up delivery time, helps change mind-sets, and allows companies to tackle more complex projects.
Memory: Are challenges ahead?
The memory segment has been profitable since 2012. Can this continue as new technologies emerge and the competitive landscape evolves?
Capital equipment: Will further shrink bring growth?
The midterm outlook for the capital-equipment industry is positive, but companies need to prepare for the slowdown of Moore’s law.
Improving the semiconductor industry through advanced analytics
New techniques can help companies make better decisions by using accurate, reliable, and scientific information to analyze risk, optimize processes, and predict failure.