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[Herald Interview] Why Korean Chip Engineers Should Watch the Next-Gen Standard

[Herald Interview] Why Korean Chip Engineers Should Watch the Next-Gen Standard

Richard Solomon, PCI-SIG Vice President (PCI-SIG) More and more servers require faster semiconductor speeds in high-performance computing technologies, to meet the growing demand for big data analysis and autonomous mobility. But a disparity in transfer speed between processors and memory chips has long been an obstacle to improving computer system performance, often creating a network …

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South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol visits University of Toronto for AI roundtable

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol visits University of Toronto for AI roundtable

image: South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, left, shakes hands with University of Toronto President Meric Gertler outside Simcoe Hall see After 1 credit The University of Toronto hosted South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol on campus last week to discuss artificial intelligence (AI) – its rise, potential applications, and opportunities for collaboration between the University of …

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New Korean Legislation Undermines Internet Standards, Raises Broad Business Concerns - Disruptive Competition Project

New Korean Legislation Undermines Internet Standards, Raises Broad Business Concerns – Disruptive Competition Project

On September 8, Member of the Korean National Assembly, Representative Young-chan introduced an amendment to Korea’s Telecommunications Business Law, dubbed the “Netflix Free Ride Prevention Law.” This invoice, a consolidation of six similar bills introduced over the past year, suffers from the same flaws as its predecessors and does nothing to address the international concerns …

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