Image Source: HPCWire A few weeks ago, I wrote about semiconductors and how an unassuming man in his 50s turned the industry on its head. Something that resulted in a geopolitical song and dance that put Taiwan both at the centre and on the sidelines simultaneously. This post, while not of a similar ‘success-against-odds’ persuasion,Continue reading “The Future of Computing – Not Smaller Chips”
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When The Chips Are Down, Start a Technology Race
It does sound a wee bit unfair to say that developed economies should have exercised better foresight in preempting a ‘capability concentration’ during this semiconductor shortage, especially given we are talking about the building blocks of the digital economy.
It is understandable that these large economies want to be a part of the semiconductor story, even if it means a geopolitical song-and-dance.
But it makes for an interesting story about how an unassuming man in his 50s turned the semiconductor industry on its head.