The United States has signed an agreement with Google to build chips for researchers.


 The US Commerce Department announced a joint research and development arrangement with Alphabet Inc's Google to build chips that would be used by researchers to develop new nanotechnology and semiconductor technologies.

Google and the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) inked the agreement. SkyWater Technology's Bloomington, Minnesota, semiconductor foundry will produce the chips, according to the department.

The University of Michigan, the University of Maryland, George Washington University, Brown University, and Carnegie Mellon University are among the research partners who contributed to the chip designs, according to the release.

The agreement's financial terms were not disclosed.

Post a Comment

Post a Comment (0)