Semiconductors are the underlying technology in electronics and, consequently, IT systems. This Hype Cycle profiles the emergence of these technologies with impacts on IT, providing CIOs and CTOs a holistic view of investing at the upper stream of the industry chain to develop early competitiveness.
- What You Need to Know
- The Hype Cycle
- The Priority Matrix
- Off the Hype Cycle
- On the Rise
- Molecular Transistors
- Energy Harvesting From Radio Waves
- Terahertz Waves
- Neuromorphic Hardware
- Energy Harvesting Using Thermal Gradients
- Quantum Computing
- GaN-on-Silicon Transistors
- At the Peak
- Deep Neural Network ASICs
- SiC Transistors
- Energy Harvesting Using Mechanical Vibrations
- Energy Harvesting Using Specialized Photocells
- Nanotube Electronics
- Sliding Into the Trough
- 3D XPoint
- Printed Electronics
- Climbing the Slope
- GPU Accelerator
- Cognitive Radio
- EUV Lithography
- Entering the Plateau
- Through-Silicon Vias
- Fan-Out Wafer-Level Packaging
- Hype Cycle Phases, Benefit Ratings and Maturity Levels
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