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Tech Visions

Predictions: Markets And Drivers
Jan 11, 2018
Looking forward, Lanza says that reinvention is crucial. “The semiconductor design ecosystem has proven time and again, without an assumption, it could predict the future. And yet it made possible the IoT, creating ubiquitous connectivity and the digital society where physical continuity and dimension are no longer important… It’s up to the semiconductor design ecosystem to set a path to respond, as it always has.”
Brian Bailey, Semiconductor Engineering

Machine Learning’s Growing Divide
Jan 11, 2018
Lucio Lanza, managing director for Lanza techVentures, adds that “…with Moore’s Law breaking down, we should expect to see more single-task designed chips and generally a move to single instruction, multiple data (SIMD) and away from multiple instruction, multiple data (MIMD).”
Brian Bailey, Semiconductor Engineering

Design Challenge

Video: Mike Noonan and Lucio Lanza

Lucio Lanza, an advisor to efabless, a marketplace and platform for community-engineered electronics, talks with Silego’s Mike Noonen about the efabless/Silego “Go Configure Design Challenge Series.” The challenge calls the global designer community to implement well-used functions using Silego’s configurable mixed-signal ICs with the efabless platform serving as the crowd source design platform.

IoT at DAC

DAC 2017 Pavilion Video: Simon Segars and Lucio Lanza

DAC 2017 Pavilion: Exploring the Connections Between the Digital World and Physical World. Arm CEO Simon Segars and Lucio Lanza engage in a far-reaching conversation about the Internet of Things and how the digital world will be connected with the physical world.[/

"I was CEO and Founder of SandCraft Inc. in the late 1990s. Lucio was our first investor while he was a partner at USVP and an active board member who fully understood what we were doing. In fact, we shared the same vision that IP was the way increase the level of abstraction. We agreed that to compete in the processor business, IP and not the chip was the way to make the use of microprocessor pervasive and get complex chips to market faster. Today, that's the well-accepted and proven business model."