Carbon nanotube FETs ready to compete with silicon, say SkyWater, MIT

SkyWater and MIT have begun the second phase of the 3DSoC program, designed to demonstrate the viability of carbon nanotube FETs.

SkyWater Technology has produced a physical design kit for a carbon-nanotube based three-dimensional chip design platform from DARPA. The PDK is the results of a project with DARPA and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that has now entered its second phase. The 3DSoC program is expected to accelerate AI and advanced computing across use cases in autonomous vehicles, medical/healthcare diagnostics, edge computing, wearables, and IoT applications.  Read the article in eeNews Analog: https://www.eenewsanalog.com/news/carbon-nanotube-fets-ready-compete-silicon-say-skywater-mit

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