Bernard Cole, EETimes
11/9/2015 10:00 AM EST
In recent months, some major semiconductor companies and IC foundries have announced that they have scaled down transistor sizes in ICs to as little as 14 nanometers, setting the stage for the next step in reducing size and cost of Internet of Things system-on-chip designs.
Not so fast, said Tom Starnes, semiconductor industry analyst at Objective Analysis. He points out that most of these announcements have more to do with standard microprocessor architectures and are unrelated to the requirements of Internet of Things (IoT} devices.
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