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Every two years the Semiconductor Research Corp., an industry consortium of chip firms, holds a chip design challenge. The challenge generally reflects a concern in the industry, but is really a chance for SRC members to evaluate the latest crop of chip designers coming out of […]

Every two years the Semiconductor Research Corp., an industry consortium of chip firms, holds a chip design challenge. The challenge generally reflects a concern in the industry, but is really a chance for SRC members to evaluate the latest crop of chip designers coming out of colleges around the country. Think of it as a draft for engineers. This year’s challenge was a 60GHz chip, which you guys seem to care about, and the winners were a team of students from Purdue University. Go Boilermakers!

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