This annual spring event unlocked System Reliability and Security concerns for industry, with a variety of presentations and discussions about enabling a safe connected world.
Leti taps into nature's 4 billion years of R&D to develop better sensors with a four-year Carnot visiting research chair.
Leti researchers developed a DC-DC converter operating at 200°C, making GaN-on-silicon solution even more cost-effective.
Leti, an institute of CEA Tech, and Nova Measuring Instruments (Nasdaq: NVMI), a leading innovator and a key provider of metrology solutions for advanced process control used in semiconductor manufacturing, announced today a joint program to develop innovative metrology methods to enable leading-edge process control solutions for multi e-beam and directed self-assembly (DSA) advanced lithography techniques. Based on this new joint initiative, Nova has already installed its advanced suite of products at Leti's state-of-the-art facility in France.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, has developed a new on-chip communications system to improve high-performance computing. The technology is faster and more energy-efficient than current solutions and is compatible with 3D architectures.
The Diabeloop portable artificial pancreas, which combines a continuous blood glucose sensor and an insulin pump, is slated for commercialization in 2017. The system also leverages dose calculation software developed by Leti, a CEA Tech institute.
Five Leti startups - Aryballe, Bag-Era, ISKN, Morphosense and Sublimed - introduced their high-tech products to the IoT industry at this recent three-day event in Paris.
A first-generation of the Internet of Things has launched a new phase of the digital revolution. Every day, everywhere, digital technology becomes a more essential part of our lives, our objects, our neighborhoods, generating new ways of living, working and interacting.
Leti continues to foster a culture of innovation... in a playful manner. Enhanced with 75 Leti's in-house top notch technology cards, Tech it! serious game drives innovation by leveraging people's creative problem solving skills.
A thousand times faster than flash memory, ReRAM gains ground. Leti researchers sped past a milestone on the road to developing high-capacity, non-volatile memory with their optimization toolbox.