July 11, 2012 — At the opening keynote of SEMICON West, Shekhar Borkar, Intel Fellow and director of extreme electronics for the company, presented on ubiquitous computing and the link from ultra high performance computing to handheld devices. He shared developments on power and energy reductions, coupled with increasing semiconductor performance.
In this video interview, Borkar shares some key topics from his presentation: Near-threshold voltage transistor designs, 3D integration for DRAM, unconventional interconnect, and more. Borkar speaks with digital media editor Meredith Courtemanche.
Get deeper into Borkar’s presentation topic in Courtemanche’s blog from the event, The energy behind energy at SEMICON West