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Higher data rates and more complex functionalities are increasing the SoC size for hyperscale data center, AI, and networking applications. As SoC sizes are approaching the reticle size, designers are forced to split the SoC into smaller dies which are packaged in multi-chip modules (MCMs) to achieve high production yield and reduce overall cost. The smaller dies in an MCM are then linked via die-to-die interconnects featuring very low-power consumption and high bandwidth per die-edge. In high-performance computing and AI applications, large SoCs are split into two or multiple homogenous dies, and in networking applications I/Os and networking cores are split into separate dies. The die-to-die interconnect in such SoCs must not impact overall system performance and demand low-latency, power-efficiency, and high throughput. These requirements are driving the need for high-throughput die-to-die PHYs such as Synopsys’ DesignWare® USR/XSR PHY IP which enables die-to-die connectivity in MCM designs for data rates up to 112 Gbps per lane with very high energy efficiency. The DesignWare USR/XSR PHY IP is compliant with the OIF CEI-112G and CEI-56G standards for ultra-short reach (USR) and extra-short reach (XSR) links.

States stung hard in April, 2020 (e.g., New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts) were willing to mitigate aggressively following the scourge, leading to excellent results. On the other hand, states that were not hit hard in April (e.g., California, Florida, Texas) mitigated complacently until they saw a dramatic escalation of cases in late June. In other words, with our current system, people are not willing to cope sufficiently, until too late. Serious mitigation involves requiring masks and requires 3/4 reduction in patrons in restaurants. These are not popular among the Covid-naive. Mask Day would help to resolve this conundrum by familiarizing people with masks, and therefore reducing reluctance.

What is our national plan for dealing with future pandemics? Climb the mountain as we did with Covid-19? Be dependent on federal and state leaders making the right decisions? Waiting for each state to be stung hard? PA2020 would be a national plan, based on mathematics, which avoids the mountain and flattens the peak, is not dependent on future government leaders knowing what to do, and does not wait for each state’s response.

IS25WP256D-RHLE_Datasheet PDF

When we started this adventure, we had a shortage of masks and tests, and this limited our options. Today, there are still shortages but not as bad.

Today, the problem is as much as ourselves as it is the virus.

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IS25WP256D-RHLE_Datasheet PDF

Glenn Weinreb is Chief Technology Officer of Manhattan 2, a nonprofit that mobilizes top scientists to solve large problems that threaten our society. When Covid struck, they took a break from resolving the climate change problem to working on Covid; and are currently helping the University of Massachusetts set up a Covid Research Initiative.

 

IS25WP256D-RHLE_Datasheet PDF

Today’s industrial applications are as diverse as ever and include residential and commercial energy meters and smart meters, industrial displays, appliances, general control systems, instrumentation, photovoltaic systems, LED lighting, and many more. Providing proper circuit protection for such applications — including industrial applications — is important to saving time and money and to reducing downtime.

Industrial system failures can happen in the field because of improper circuit protection. In addition to the time and money lost, the downtime can also result in damage to a company’s image or quality reputation. Such industrial applications are at risk to external threats that can include electrostatic discharges (ESDs), electrical fast transients (EFTs), surges, lightning, or improper wiring.

GaN switch technology is no longer nascent: engineers are leveraging it to innovate and provide better switching solutions.

 

 

By Orlando Esparza

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