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2005-01-25 Platform enables designers to anticipate power requirements at start of design cycle
Faraday introduced its PowerSlash IP family and design platform that enables designers to anticipate low power design requirements at the beginning of the design cycle.
2009-08-04 Physical IP libraries deliver energy-efficient MCUs
ARM is offering ultralow-power Physical IP libraries designed to drive the next generation of energy-efficient microcontroller devices.
2002-11-14 Philips unveils stereo IC for analog TVs
Philips has rolled out the first single-chip TV solution that features a built-in stereo decoder and an audio DSP.
2003-05-12 Philips launches 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S MCU line
Philips Semiconductors has launched the first three members of a new family of microcontrollers based on a 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S processor core.
2004-05-14 Philips claims new 90nm chip is 'right-first-time'
Philips Semiconductors has achieved what it claims is right-first-time silicon at its 90nm CMOS production lines in France and Taiwan.
2003-01-02 Philips achieves 0.12?m SoC solutions
Philips Semiconductors has become one of the first silicon companies to provide SoC solutions at an advanced process technology.
2005-07-28 PCIe PHY IC from Genesys Logic delivers 2.5Gbps access time
Genesys Logic is offering in volume production its PCI Express GigaCourier GL9711 physical layer (PHY) IC for $5 each in quantities of 25,000.
2008-05-09 PC cards reveal cost impact of spec revision in handsets
Portelligent's teardowns of two PC cards reveal the impact of higher-speed network found in the latest CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A phones.
2007-03-02 Pavilion to highlight China's homegrown IC design houses
Underscoring the increasing importance of China's homegrown IC design houses to the local electronics industry, this year's IIC-China features local IC design houses in a special IC Design Pavilion.
2004-11-01 Partnerships key to EDA success in Asia
Partnerships will have to be formed and nurtured, and EDA companies will have to be more involved in the actual design process to improve their tools.
2011-10-20 Partnership boosts embedded NVM process tech
Grace Semiconductor and eMemory's collaboration combines their design and process platforms to develop diverse eNVM solutions.
2004-02-23 Parallel clocking extends chip operating speed
NEC researchers have developed a parallel clocking approach for circuits that operate at 10GHz, which is capable of setting clock frequency separately from the operating frequency of a chip.
2005-03-10 Panelists peer into future of FPGAs
Where will FPGA design be in 2010? Panelists from leading FPGA vendors offered differing conclusions at the Easy Paths to Silicon seminar at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco Monday (March 7).
2004-03-26 Panelists cite shortcomings of process design kits
The process design kits (PDKs) issued by foundries to chip designers are difficult to keep current, and may place too much reliance on design rules, according to panelists at the International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED) here March 22, 2004.
2004-02-06 Panel debates role of IP quality
A panel of IP vendor at DesignCon 2004 debated the question of IP quality - how it can be achieved and what it means to the industry.
2009-07-03 Panavision, Tower team on linear image sensors
Panavision Imaging LLC and Tower Semiconductor Ltd have announced production of Panavision's family of DLIS-2K re-configurable line scan CMOS image sensors.
2003-10-13 Pact allows TSMC customers access to ARM core
Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. has expanded its agreement with ARM Ltd.
2005-04-22 Outlook for IC-equipment remains weak, analysts say
The chip-equipment industry is expected to remain in the doldrums despite a slight jump in the book-to-bill ratio and a positive capital-spending outlook from Intel Corp., according to analysts.
2014-01-23 Optimise CMOS for MEMS-based frequency control
CMEMS fabrication process can be used to fabricate both micro-electromechanical and CMOS electronic devices on a single die.
2006-05-17 ON Semi completes acquisition of LSI's Gresham fab
ON Semiconductor announced that its primary operating subsidiary, Semiconductor Components Industries LLC, has completed the purchase of LSI Logic's Gresham wafer fab.
2004-08-17 Oki 0.15?m ARM core achieves Silicon Verified Silver Status
Oki Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has claimed that its 0.15?m ARM7 hard IP core family is the industry's first ARM-based core to achieve Silver IP status on 0.15?m technology at UMC.
2003-04-16 Octasic VoP chip can scale from 128 to 672 channels
Startup Octasic Inc. has announced an echo-cancellation chip that can scale from 128 to 672 channels.
2004-04-16 Octasic echo cancellers aim at gateway
Octasic has released 32- and 64-channel versions of its echo cancellation chips.
2002-12-10 Nordic VLSI RF transceiver touts low current consumption
Nordic VLSI ASA has introduced the nRF2401 RF transceiver for ISM apps such as wireless game controllers, headsets, and PC peripherals.
2003-05-06 Nordic VLSI offers complete SoC RF ICs
Nordic VLSI has announced the availability of a complete SoC RF IC for the 2.4GHz ISM band in a 36-pin QFN package.
2005-12-30 Non-volatile SRAMs debut in 1Mb and 4Mb densities
ZMD expanded its non-volatile memory portfolio with the 1Mb nvSRAM (UL634H1708A) and 4Mb it nvSRAM (UL634H1732A) product families.
2007-04-12 Niche markets put Tower back in business
Tower Semiconductor's turnaround story stands out because it is a testament to keen operational strategy and marketing.
2007-02-23 Next-gen Fujitsu MCUs run faster at less power
Fujitsu's new 16FX MCU series delivers performance enhancements compared to its current-generation MCUs including up to five times the computing power, 80 percent less power consumption and greater on-chip functionality.
2005-11-11 New-generation of Atmel's SPARC processor now available
AT697 is the new generation of Atmel Corp.'s radiation hardened 32bit SPARC processor designed for the space industry
2004-09-30 New PlayStation2 to support Blu-ray Disc
Sony Computer Entertainment will introduce a compact version of PlayStation 2 in November that supports the Blu-ray Disc format.
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