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How Well Do You Know About Intel?

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Embark on a journey through the technological corridors of Intel with our quiz, "How Well Do You Know About Intel." From the groundbreaking microprocessors that reshaped computing to the challenges that tested the company's resilience, this quiz offers a comprehensive exploration of Intel's legacy.

5 steps to get into VLSI Product companies from Tier 3 college

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Are you a student from a tier 3 college with dreams of working for top-notch VLSI product companies? While it might seem like a daunting challenge, it's entirely possible with the right strategy and determination. In this post, we'll unveil a detailed 5-step guide that can help you break into the VLSI industry, regardless of your college's reputation.

From Refugee to CEO: Andy Grove Intel Story

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Andy Grove escaped from the Hungarian People's Republic during the 1956 revolution at the age of 20 and moved to the United States, where he finished his education. He was the third employee and eventual third CEO of Intel, transforming the company into the world's largest semiconductor company.

IISc INUP: A Two-Week Crash Course in Nanofabrication

The program covers a wide range of topics, including wafer cleaning, wet and dry oxidation, wet chemical etching, thermal evaporation, RF sputtering, photolithography, mask making, and characterization techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to use state-of-the-art equipment in the clean room facility.

TSMC in Germany: EU’s Chip Dreams Come Up Short?

One of the most significant setbacks for the Chips Act has been TSMC's decision to build a chip factory in Germany. TSMC is the world's leading chipmaker, and its investment in Germany is a major coup for the EU. However, the factory will not be operational until 2027, and it will only produce 28-nanometer chips. This is far behind the 2-nanometer chips that the EU hopes to produce by 2030.