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Technology '88: Solid state

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Significant developments of 1987 are reviewed, namely, a truce in the chip war between the US and Japan; the arrival of 4 Mb chips, with the 16 Mb chips on the horizon; the growing market for application-specific ICs; refinements in floating-point digital signal processors; GaAs-on-silicon wafer; and high-density packaging for chips. An expert opinion is offered by W. David Price, a senior member of the technical staff of IBM's semiconductor facility in Essex Junction, Vermont, who comments on a number of developments.<>

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 1 )