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Content streaming as glare control ready for takeoff

After two years of prototype development and testing, Yes!Delft start-up Videowindow has inked a deal to test and validate its system for glare control in the terminal of Rotterdam The Hague Airport.

Headlines

ASML bags 4.3 billion dollar EUV order from Hynix
A peak inside Samsung’s EUV-made DRAM chips
Eleo gets recharged with Lumipol investment
Holst Centre breaks through with next-generation ultrasound monitor
ASML and Imec take EUV patterning to the limit
VLSI goes quantum in EU Flagship project
Elusive amorphous perovskites may increase solar cell efficiency
Imec finds energy-consumption milestone with new UWB transmitter chip
ASML’s Van den Brink and Imec’s Van den hove inducted into National Academy of Engineering (update)
Report: EU getting more serious about building a European fab

ASML readies EUV workhorse for shipping

The accelerated introduction of ASML’s NXE:3400C EUV scanner should take care of logic makers’ production capacity needs. In fact, even memory makers are getting on board now.

In other news

Is there math for ‘drive cautiously’? (EE Times)
TSMC’s Cheng says Moore’s Law isn’t dead (Forbes)
Samsung set to ditch lithium ion for graphene (Trusted Reviews)

AI: the fabric of computing

Software in general and ML/DL in particular constitute the technology that refines the data and generates real, tangible value from this data. We can’t afford to only have the FANGs of this world exploit this capability.