Busy holiday weekend Six islands represented by Six Beauties in Miss Teen TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 06 Oct 2015 – Since yesterday, the Caribbean Governance-Training Institute in collaboration with TCI Financial Services Commission began providing directors of Caribbean organizations with the latest tools, they say will help them excel in the boardroom. Upon completion of the program participants will be eligible to write a qualifying examination that will earn them the designation, “Chartered Director” (C.Dir).The 3-day event wraps up October 8th, and is being held at Blue Haven Resort and Marina. Recommended for you Caribbean Food and Wine Festival goes to Gourmet Safari Related Items:Blue Haven Resort, chartered director, financial services certification Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
WILMINGTON, MA — Read the Wilmington Senior Center’s October 2018 Newsletter HERE.Highlights from the latest “Buzzell Buzz” include:Notes from Elderly Services Director Terri MarcielloInformation on the Community Teamwork’s Fuel Assistance ProgramInformation about upcoming events, including: Fire Safety & Prevention Month Event; Meditation Classes; Grand Opening of “Our Moment Cafe;” Visit to Wilmington Arts Council; the Buzz Book Club; the Caregivers Support Group; Wilmington Has Talent Holiday Edition; Fire & Fall Prevention Program; Homestead Seminar; Game Night; Pumpkin Decorating; and Doris’ Craft CornerInformation about: Birthdays, Condolences, Guess Who Contest?, and Get Well Wishes.The Senior Center’s October Calendar of EventsLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedHOT OFF THE PRESS: Read Wilmington Senior Center’s September NewsletterIn “Community”HOT OFF THE PRESS: Read Wilmington Senior Center’s August NewsletterIn “Community”HOT OFF THE PRESS: Read Wilmington Senior Center’s July NewsletterIn “Community”
Road accident illustration by Prothom AloTwo people were killed and four others injured when a bus rammed a pick-up van at Pakutia in Ghatail, Tangail on Monday, reports UNB.The deceased are Rezaul Karim Shyamol, 32 from Ghatail, Tangail and Kabir Hossain, 30 from Phulbaria, Mymensingh.The accident took place on Tangail-Mymensingh road when the Mymensingh-bound bus from Pabna hit the pick-up van coming from the opposite direction around 11:30 am, leaving a pick-up van passenger dead on the spot and five others injured, said Maksudul Alam, officer-in-charge of Ghatail police station.The injured were taken to Ghatail Upazila Health complex where doctors declared another dead.
Citation: Uh-oh, Intel. Globalfoundries to fast-forward into 14nm (2012, September 24) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-09-uh-oh-intel-globalfoundries-fast-forward-14nm.html © 2012 Phys.org This is a nonplanar architecture optimized for low-power, mobile system-on-chip (SoC) designs. These chips will deliver a 40 percent to 60 percent improvement in battery life compared to two-dimension planar transistors at the 20nm node. Globalfoundries will go “3-D” in the use of three-dimensional “FinFET” transistors. The big deal about “FinFET” rests in its promoted superior low-power attributes. The FinFET architecture takes a traditional two-dimensional transistor design and turns the conductive channel on its side, resulting in a three-dimensional fin structure, surrounded by a gate controlling the flow of current. The 3-D transistor design operates at a lower voltage with minimal current leakage. This leads to a longer battery life for mobile applications and less power consumption for plugged-in applications. The power-consumption advantage could have important implications for networking chips in data centers.Intel’s challenge is not only in the rival company’s technology but also in 14nm timelines. Globalfoundries is speeding up its timeline for its 14nm process. Chip watchers note that in so doing it is playing leapfrog over other companies. The company will be ready to roll with a 14-nanometer process that will include its three-dimensional transistor architecture. This is said to be similar to Intel’s Tri-Gate method. Enthusiasts say that the 14nm-XM design is expected to carry performance and power benefits of three-dimensional FinFET transistors, possibly influencing a newer generation of mobile devices.With the Globalfoundries plan, chip designers will be able to start producing sample 14 nanometer chips in 2013. In 2014 or early 2015, the 14 nm chips will be part of the consumer marketplace. Technology development of the 14nm-XM has begun in Globalfoundries’ Fab 8, a fabrication plant in Saratoga County, New York. The company is making early process design kits (PDKs) which are available now. Customer tape-outs—the final result of the design—are expected in 2013. Globalfoundries was formerly a manufacturing arm of AMD. Headquartered in Milpitas, California, Globalfoundries now counts itself as one of the largest foundries in the world by revenue. Imec releases industry’s first 14nm process development kit More information: www.globalfoundries.com/technology/14XM.aspx Explore further (Phys.org)—Globalfoundries has made an announcement that amounts to a direct challenge to Intel, in the latter’s race to get further ahead in the mobile device ecosystem. Both Globalfoundries and Intel will be racing for a more dominant position with higher performing and power efficient systems for smartphones and other devices. In short, Globalfoundries announced Thursday that it is accelerating its technology roadmap. Its newest design achievement for the mobile market is in the form of 14nm chip technology. The company provided some details about its 14nm-XM (“extreme mobility”) process. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.