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Gate-all-around key to 5nm SRAM cell

A process flow for six-transistor (6T) SRAM suitable for 5nm chips has been created by Belgian research lab Imec working with Unisantis Electronics Singapore. It uses surrounding gate transistors (SGTs) – a vertical gate-all-around architecture developed at Unisantis – to squeeze the cell into foot prints between 0.0184 and 0.0205μm2. “Studies show that the vertical gate-all-around SGT-based …

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ST produces safety chip

ST has brought together the latest digital security techniques in a single chip to protect Smart Things and Networks including those for utility infrastructure against cyber threats. Focused on providing security for connected objects, the STSAFE-J100 …

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German R&D group for connected car security

SecFor Cars, a three year project to provide security for connected cars, has received a €7.2 million grant from the German government. Participants in the project are: Volkswagen, Audi, Infineon, Bosch, ESCRYPT,  Itemis,  Mixed Mode,  SCHUTZWERK, the University of Ulm, the Technical Universities of Braunschweig and Munich, the Free University of Berlin, the Karlsruhe University …

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