Chipworks Revolutionizes IP Industry with Debut of Inside Technology; Provides Online Access to Years of Technical Analysis and Insights.
Chipworks, a TechInsights company, today debuted Inside Technology, the industry’s largest and most comprehensive online semiconductor database. For the first time, Inside Technology gives IP teams access to years of Chipworks’ internationally respected analysis of thousands of globally sourced devices and market-leading technologies.
We recently dissected a Tag Heuer Connected smartwatch, a $1500 luxury Android Wear device, which looks and feels really good, but received only mediocre reviews. At 12.8 mm thick, it’s clunky, but only weighs 52 gm thanks to the titanium case – no aluminium or plastic here!
Last week, we were fortunate enough to receive a Galaxy S7 Edge G935T based on the Snapdragon 820 chipset, and this week we get our first look into the Exynos variant, the Galaxy S7 G930FD. We like to look at all major phone releases across their many different models, as we know that there are differences in who wins what sockets in the different regional models.
Chipworks has performed highly detailed Circuit Analysis of the Ambiq Micro AB0801 and the Dialog DA14580. Both devices feature incredibly low power consumption, the kind of efficiency that will enable the IOT.
For more information about the Ambiq Micro AB0801 Real Time Clock and Dialog DA14580 Bluetooth Smart SoC click here.
Chipworks has previously reported on multiple generations of Sony stacked (Exmor RS) image sensors, starting with the ISX014 in Q1 2013. First-generation stacked image sensor chips from Samsung and OmniVision were procured in H2 2015 and detailed pixel structural and layout review reports were launched on examples of each of these new technology platforms.