Cyber Resilience Week aims to protect UK firms from attacks

A cyber security awareness initiative is taking place across the UK this week. Called Cyber Resilience Week, it is intended to raise awareness of how organisations can be more resilient to cyber threats. Minister for Digital Matt Hancock writes: “We have world-leading businesses, but recent cyber attacks have shown the serious effects of not getting cyber ...

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Qualcomm and Nokia to co-operate on 5G NR Release-15 specs

Qualcomm and Nokia are to conduct interoperability testing and over-the-air field trials based on the 5G New Radio (NR) Release-15 specifications being developed by 3GPP. The testing and trials intend to drive the mobile ecosystem toward rapid validation and commercialization of 5G NR technologies at scale, enabling timely commercial network launches in 2019 based on ...

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Xilinx, ARM, Cadence and TSMC to build CCIX Chip

Xilinx, Arm, Cadence Design Systems and TSMC  are collaborating on a  Cache Coherent Interconnect for Accelerators (CCIX) test chip in TSMC 7nm FinFET process technology for delivery in 2018. The test chip aims to provide a silicon proof point to demonstrate the capabilities of CCIX in enabling multi-core high-performance Arm CPUs working via a coherent ...

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Samsung adds 11nm foundry processes

Samsung says it is adding 11nm processes to its foundry offering. There is a vanilla 11nm Finfet process and a a low power 11LPP flavour  which claims to deliver  15% better performsnce and 10% more density than 14LPP. Samsung says it has has completed “a comprehensive process roadmap spanning from 14nm to 11nm, 10nm, 8nm, ...

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Intel discontinues WiGig line

Intel will take last orders for its WiGig line in September and make final shipments in December. The technology has never taken off in mobile devices, possibly because of its short range – about 30 foot -.and requirement for line-of-sight for connectivity. The signal can’t go through walls. Intel will still develop 60GHz 802.11ad parts which ...

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