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Google Teams Up with US Government for Open-Source Chips

Google and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on Wednesday Concluded a joint research and development agreement With this, Google will fund the production of open source chips that academic and small business researchers can use to build a variety of new applications.

The majority of newly developed devices require chips to enable their core or “smart” functions. But typically, startups founded at universities or small businesses don’t have the funding to develop their own chips, order custom chips from design houses, or procure off-the-shelf components in bulk. Hmm. But academics and small businesses tend to have bright ideas when it comes to new applications. So NIST decided to work with Google to turn the idea into a product.

From lab to factory, fast

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