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  • Wafer of chips with 5nm silicon nanosheet transistors

    Wafer of chips with 5nm silicon nanosheet transistors


    Date added: 2017-06-05


    IBM Research scientist Nicolas Loubet holds a wafer of chips with 5nm silicon nanosheet transistors manufactured using an industry-first process that can deliver 40 percent performance enhancement at fixed power, or 75 percent power savings at matched performance. (Credit: Connie Zhou)

     

     



  • Preparing test wafers with 5nm silicon nanosheet transistors

    Preparing test wafers with 5nm silicon nanosheet transistors


    Date added: 2017-06-05


    IBM scientists at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering’s NanoTech Complex in Albany, NY prepare test wafers with 5nm silicon nanosheet transistors, loaded into the front opening unified pod, or FOUPs, to test an industry-first process of building 5nm transistors using silicon nanosheets. (Credit: Connie Zhou)

     

     



  • Silicon nanosheet transistors at 5nm

    Silicon nanosheet transistors at 5nm


    Date added: 2017-06-05


    Pictured: a scan of IBM Research Alliance’s 5nm transistor, built using an industry-first process to stack silicon nanosheets as the device structure – achieving a scale of 30 billion switches on a fingernail-sized chip that will deliver significant power and performance enhancements over today’s state-of-the-art 10nm chips. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • Abdigani Diriye, scientist, IBM Research - Africa

    Abdigani Diriye, scientist, IBM Research - Africa


    Date added: 2017-05-25


    Abdigani will be working on financial inclusion. One of the biggest challenges in Africa is that people don’t have access to financial services, like savings accounts and loans. We want to develop mobile technologies to help facilitate access to these services for all citizens. Another project is around developing digital identities for all citizens so they can have access to more public and private services. (Credit: IBM Research)

     

     



  • IBM Builds Its Most Powerful Universal Quantum Computing Processors

    IBM Builds Its Most Powerful Universal Quantum Computing Processors


    Date added: 2017-05-17


    IBM Research Staff Member Katie Pooley, an Applied Physics PhD from Harvard who joined IBM in 2015, at the Thomas J Watson Research Center, is a process integrator on the IBM Q team. In the photo, Pooley is examining a cryostat with the new prototype of a commercial quantum processor inside. (Credit: Andy Aaron, IBM)

     

     


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