Archive for May 2015

The New Normal of Employment Requires a Larger Emergency Fund

The changing model of employment for those across income spectrums may require rethinking how we save. Traditionally, it’s recommended that one of the first priorities for saving is creating an emergency fund. This helps ensure you can cover unexpected expenses, like car repairs, or a loss of income, without having to go into debt. Typically,…

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Managing Scarce Resources Using the Internet of Things

This is Part II in our series on The Internet of Things. Click here for Part I As we discussed last week, the implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) technology into different industries represents a huge growth opportunity for the semiconductor industry, even as Moore’s Law begins to show its age. One area primed for disruption…

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Beyond Moore’s Law: How the Internet of Things will Revitalize the Semiconductor Industry

Moore’s Law, the theory that the number of transistors on a silicon chip would double every two years, turned 50 last month. First stipulated by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, the prediction has proved largely correct, with the pace of technological innovation reaching unprecedented levels. Chips have become exponentially more powerful and smaller size, while…

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