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REUTERS/Aly Song In Shanghai, aerospace executive Lu Hao didn't just buy a sleek electric SUV from Nio (NIO.N) , China's answer to Tesla . He bought Nio's whole vision of a future where social media, e-commerce and the daily commute converge in one lifestyle app. In the morning, the 31-year-old eats cereal bought from the automaker's Nio Life online store while chatting on its app with other Nio owners. He wears Nio gear for the drive to and from work, and in the evenings relaxes at home with a glass of Nio wine and more chat with Nio owners about how to get the best out of their cars. "Buying Nio stuff has been a part of my daily life," said Lu, "the prices are good and it is a habit to wear Nio clothes to events." Over the past two years he has spent over 220,000 yuan ($34,000) on Nio Life products, on top of the 470,000 yuan he forked out to buy his ES8 SUV to replace a Ford (F.N) Mondeo gasoline sedan. Automakers around the world have long sought to tap into brand loyalties with goods like branded t-shirts or caps. But Shanghai-based Nio's ambitions are much grander: a startup now valued at $70 billion according to its New York stock listing, it operates its own digital currency with tradeable credits that clients can gain from buying a car, attending events or even simply posting their stories on the Nio app. "Communities tend to lean towards loyalty ... that's exactly what Nio is tapping into," said Tu Le, analyst at China-based research firm Sino Auto Insights, referring to an app that Nio executives say now has around 150,000 daily users. "If Nio can continue to build the community, launch great products, and not have any major quality spills they are well-positioned to be a major player in China." However, Le cautioned, "Nio still hasn't figured out to convert more of the Nio community that haven't purchased a Nio vehicle into Nio (car) buyers, which is concerning." Backed by Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd (0700.HK) as well as global investors betting on an electric car boom in the world's biggest auto market, Nio's huge market value - just above that of Germany's BMW (BMWG.DE) - provides a stark contrast with thus-far tiny sales. It sold just under 44,000 cars last year in China, a fraction of BMW's 2 million-plus global sales, and remained firmly in the red though it narrowed net losses significantly to $860 million. Shanghai's Lu might be among the more enthusiastic Nio owners, but he is far from alone. More than 80% of Nio customers participate in online or real-life Nio community activities, using Nio credits, apps and showrooms, according to executives who said Nio has sold over 3 million Nio Life products so far. "Deep and close contacts with customers help us adjust to the changes of auto industry more quickly," Nio's co-founder and president Qin Lihong told Reuters in a recent interview. Qin said Nio will build a user community in foreign markets when it does branch out overseas - Europe being a likely market at some stage - but will adjust to local environments. The same community message has been picked up by others. Geely, China's biggest private automaker, launched a new electric Zeekr brand with a similar strategy of city centre showrooms and lifestyle product lines. Meanwhile BMW, which has a long-time lifestyle product line, launched its car-owner app in China in last September.

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But again, we are glad that IBM is doing this research and doing its part to help keep the process nodes coming. Big Blue has certainly done its share of research and development in the past, including creating single-cell DRAM several decades ago when the company still did its own memory chips, as well as creating chemically amplified photoresists and doing its own 3D chip stacking. IBM invented copper interconnect wiring in 1997, replacing aluminum wires on semiconductors, radically improving performance and cutting power consumption for transistors. IBM also invented silicon-on insulator techniques in 2000 and low-k dielectrics in 2001, and all of these technologies were brought to bear in the Power4 processor launched in 2001 that made it such a beast compared to its RISC and CISC rivals. These technologies allowed Big Blue to do multicore CPUs and eventually embedded DRAM for its L3 caches on the Power and z chips. High-k/metal gate technologies, which debuted in 2008, also helped Power and z CPUs push the architectural envelope. This much is clear: Chip manufacturing technologies enable chip architecture leaps. So perhaps it is just obvious why Big Blue wants to chip in and do its part. It is enlightened self-interest at work, and may cost as much or more than the money it generates. Mukesh Khare, who is currently vice president of hybrid cloud research at IBM, walked us through the 2 nanometer breakthrough. in the know (That title seems utterly silly if Khare is really working on semiconductor research.) Khare worked on the 90 nanometer SOI process from 1999 through 2003, the one that brought Power4 and Power4+ to market, and managed the 65 nanometer and 45 nanometer SOI follow-ons that were used with Power5 and Power6 processors; he then did research on the 32 nanometer technology used for Power7 and then worked on high-k/metal gate technology used in the 22 nanometer processes that were employed on Power8. Khare then went on to be director of semiconductor research at the Albany NanoTech Center, and then took a stint as vice president of IBM’s Systems technology before being given the vice president of hybrid cloud research gig last July. Here’s the gist of the 2 nanometer chip manufacturing techniques that IBM has cooked up: There is a bunch of stuff in there, so let’s unpack it a little. First, this is called a nanosheet stacked transistor, and it stacks an NMOS transistor on top of a PMOS transistor instead of having them sit side by side to take voltage signals and flip bits from one to zero or zero to one. These are also sometimes called gate all around, or GAA, transistors, and they are the next evolution in 3D transistors from FinFET technologies used for the past several generations of transistors from TSMC, Intel, GlobalFoundries, and others. FinFET transistors pulled the source and the drain channels for the transistor up into the gate, and nanosheets embedded multiple source and drain channels into a single gate to jack up density. IBM says that the test chip it has created with its 2 nanometer processes can allow 50 billion transistors in a chip the size of a fingernail. This is not the kind of precision – or lack thereof – that we here at The Next Platform like. But we give you the data as we can get it. In this case, there are three layers to the nanosheet, and each sheet has a width of 40 nanometers and a height of five nanometers. (There is no feature that is measured that is actually at 2 nanometers.