What’s Next in Semiconductors
is 1 nanometer and beyond
Chips power all our electronic devices, from computers and smartphones to medical equipment and automobiles. IBM continues to lead the industry in developing new designs and methods to make the semiconductors of the future smaller, faster, more energy efficient and reliable. We’re pushing the boundaries of logic scaling as well as chiplet technology and design, and with an ecosystem of partners, we’re moving innovations from our labs to the manufacturing line.
Rapidus, a newly-formed advanced logic company, will leverage IBM's semiconductor R&D leadership, including 2nm nanosheet CMOS, to build advanced semiconductor technology and an ecosystem in Japan.
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IBM researcher Heike Riel awarded the 2022 IEEE Andrew S. Grove Award and elected to the National Academy of EngineeringNews
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