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HORIBA Medical and CEA-Leti strengthen their partnership to develop tomorrow’s diagnostics at the point of care.
In future neuromorphic processors, two-state transistors will be replaced by components that mimic brain synapse operation. The envisaged technologies include the ferroelectric tunnel junction studied by CEA-Leti within the scope of the European BeFerroSynaptic project.
CEA-Leti's IWAT2020 award-winning research into miniaturized, frequency reconfigurable antennas for the IoT has already attracted several manufacturers.
CEA-Leti's best silicon-based GaN power components have now been showcased to reflect their excellence: a double face cooling module with performance characteristics exceeding the state of the art.
The CEA/Inserm NanoCov2-Vac project retained by France's CARE Committee and backed by its Ministry for Research targets design and validation of an immunizing formula, based on synthetic lipid nanoparticles, for a Covid‐19 vaccine.
Resistive memory with revolutionary properties is made possible by a phenomenon known as ovonic threshold switching, or OTS. Researchers at Leti, a CEA Tech institute, recently shed new light on the topic.
Coriolis Nano, commercialized by Bertin Technologies, was developed by Leti, a CEA Tech institute. The device, which can detect airborne viruses, could help prevent the spread of Covid-19
European H2020 COSMICC Project Breakthroughs ‘Will Answer Tremendous Market Needs with a Target Cost per Bit that Traditional Wavelength-Division Multiplexing Transceivers Cannot Meet’
Integrated high-speed, low-power, and low-cost data transmission solutions were developed under the EU H2020 COSMICC* project. The purpose of the project was to respond to exponential growth in data center traffic.
VLSI 2020 Paper Details First Proof of Integration of FDSOI CMOS Devices
Processed at 500°C, for Further 3D Monolithic Integration
Researchers at CEA-Leti and CEA-List developed the world’s first low-power IoT node with an integrated artificial intelligence accelerator combined with an ultra-fast wake-up time. They presented the research that led to the groundbreaking chip* at the 2020 Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits (VLSI) on June 14.
Virtual Presentation During VLSI 2020 Details Transistors’ Performance And Power-Use Advantages Versus FinFET Devices
GRENOBLE, France – June 11, 2020 – CEA-Leti today announced its researchers have broken the throughput world record of 5.1 Gbps in visible light communications (VLC) using a single GaN blue micro- light-emitting diode (LED). Their data transmission rate of 7.7 Gbps achieved with a 10 µm microLED marks another step toward commercialization and widespread use of LiFi communication.
As countries around the world begin rolling out 5G wireless networks, CEA-Leti is looking ahead to sixth-generation technologies that will surpass the data-transfer capability of 5G.
Ultrasonic waves generated by an array of piezoelectric transducers could potentially remove water droplets, grease, and grime from transparent surfaces. Leti and Silicon Valley startup Innovasonic are exploring the technology’s potential.
CEA-Leti, a CEA Tech institute, unveiled a state-of-the-art demonstrator chip for high-performance computing applications at ISSCC 2020. The low-cost, energy-efficient processor is built on an innovative multi-core system that is both modular and expandable
Emmanuel Sabonnadière, CEO of CEA-Leti addressed his collaborators and trusted partners.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.