Super expensive processors? That’s going to change!

As you know, thank you very much for the epidemic (But not only that!), And as a result of the increase in demand for electronic devices, we have faced a crisis in the production of chips, which has resulted in a rise in prices across all product ranges of the ‘tech’ industry in the last 2 years.

In fact, the growth is not even over TSMC Now take advantage of its dominance and technological advantages and ask its major partners for more money, at the same time requiring payments earlier than usual. In fact, as you might expect, it will lead to further growth in almost all products in 2022 and 2023! (Product-side price increases always reach the consumer, or at least almost always …)

However, it is not worth the frustration already! This price increase has an end in view and no, we are not talking about normalization in the manufacturing sector. The process of making chips varies.

Super expensive processors? That’s going to change!

So, if you do not know, the situation that led to the chip production crisis, is still making its own, not just because of the pandemic. There is also little to blame on the spectacular evolution of the technological world. After all, we’re no longer talking about laptops, graphics cards, smartphones or TVs. IoT (Internet of Things) is on the rise, with billions of new devices reaching consumers’ homes each year.

After all, though less complicated, all of these IoT devices require chips, so in 2020 and 2021 everything exploded. Chip production is an exaggeration of the price, as it is a condition that also hinders the growth of the region. Walking times.

Therefore, it is necessary to find a solution that will allow you to produce a large number of chips, quickly, at a very low cost! Fortunately, this solution already exists. We are talking about chips Flexicore!

In short, the process of designing and producing chips for the scaling and radical evolution of the industry is very complex and expensive. So you need to look at plastic and look for simpler, more flexible designs.

This is where flexiCore chips come in with a much smaller number of transistors and significantly less complex logic (4-bit and 8-bit instead of 16-bit or 32-bit).

What does this mean in terms of performance? Well, in the first models of Flexicore processors, it was possible to achieve the same performance as the Intel 4004, at the same time it costs less than 1 percent to produce a chip.

Obviously there is still a lot of work to be done, with the development team trying to adapt this type of chip to the most diverse situations and usage cases. After all, the idea here is not to create a powerful chip that can do everything. But more specific, simpler, more effective and efficient for many pre-defined tasks.

All of these lead to a less complex technological world and are the cheapest of all. TSMC, Intel and Samsung have all the potential to offer the most advanced production processes reserved for parts that really need it. Can you imagine buying a banana and it comes with an integrated chip? Want to go to the supermarket checkout, without having to pay right now? This is the future!

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