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2005-10-21 Tight foundry capacity seen in 2006
Silicon foundry capacity is projected to be tight in 2006 - with possible shortages and allocations seen for select process technologies, warned an analyst.
2004-10-18 TI sharpens decoder chip for high-end displays
The TVP5160 chip translates analog video signals and deploys image improvement features for high-end DVD recorders and TVs.
2002-02-25 TI powers HP Jornada with OMAP processor
HP unveiled at the 3GSM World Congress the HP Jornada 928 full-color wireless digital assistant, which is powered by TI's OMAP 710 processor.
2003-01-06 TI GbE transceiver consumes 162mW per channel
The company's TLK2206 eight-port GbE transceiver has a maximum power consumption of 162mW per channel at 1.25Gbps.
2007-05-22 TI bares details of new 'hybrid' fab strategy
Moving to remain competitive in what has become a brave new world of IC manufacturing, TI had disclosed details of its revised 'hybrid' fab strategy.
2009-10-05 TI 300mm fab puts pressure on analog rivals
Texas Instruments Inc. is putting its analog rivals on notice with its latest a 300mm fab in the United States.
2003-01-15 The genesis, success of 64-bit MIPS - an Embedded Perspective
Today, 64-bit addressing is becoming more and more prevalent as witnessed by the recent introduction of competing 64-bit processors by Intel and AMD.
2000-02-01 The future of mixed-signal design
I hear two contradictory things regarding mixed-signal IC design. One set of voices says the systems-on-chip (SoC) of the future will be large mixed-signal systems, and the proportion of these being built will double from about 33 percent currently to 66 percent by 2005. The other set of voices says everything will be big digital chips constructed in ever-deeper submicron CMOS, in that the ASICs of the future will use as many 15 million logic gates, but that the analog and mixed-signal circuitry will be left off-chip.
2005-09-08 TFT LCD driver IC with 65K-color display
MagnaChip Semiconductor unveiled its newest TFT LCD driver IC that has a chip size of 15mm? and features a 65K-color display.
2006-12-18 Tester, ICs boost TD-SCDMA's chances in China
China-based Tektronix Inc. and Rising Microelectronics Co. Ltd will have TD-SCDMA transceiver technology available, casting aside a few more roadblocks on China's domestic third-generation standard.
2013-07-09 TESSY dev tool re-qualified to meet IEC, ISO standards
The tool's re-qualification became necessary with the release of TESSY V3.0, which introduces comprehensive extensions of the functionality, such as the traceability of requirements to test cases.
2007-10-05 Tech lets ICs sense surroundings
ChipSensors Ltd, a startup with a pedigree in sensors and mixed-signal CMOS design, unveiled a technology that it claims will let the surface of an IC sense temperature, humidity, pathogens and certain gases.
2011-01-19 TDKs for analog-intensive BCDMOS chip development
Mentor Graphics and Dongbu HiTek jointly release BCDMOS process technologies which facilitate integration of analog functions, adding high value to IC designs targeting demanding applications.
2004-05-03 Taking the 32bit plunge promises payoffs
What specific factors are fueling the shift from 8bit to 32bit architectures? Read on.
2006-08-23 Taiwan's Unichip unveils SoC IP blocks
As design cycles for consumer electronics gear and communications devices quicken, Taiwan design services companies have been bolstering their IP offerings to round out basic SoC platforms into which clients plug a proprietary block.
2001-06-16 Taiwan's design foundries thriving despite downturn
A design house merely designs an IC; a design foundry provides total solutions from embedded IPs to complex tasks of time-to-market SoC design, production and testing services.
2008-08-04 Taiwan ponders on 300mm fabs in China
The Taiwan government is mulling over a plan to relax its IC export control laws in China, according to a report from Forbes.
2006-12-29 Taiwan MOEA okays investments in China
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has permitted three chipmakers to invest a total of $825 million in mainland China.
2005-01-12 Taiwan foundries to cut chip production this quarter
The number of chips rolling out of Taiwan's foundries will continue to decline this quarter, as the demand picture turns cloudy and fables customers try to eat through excess inventory.
2009-10-20 Taiwan ensures employment despite relaxed China rules
Manufacturing in Taiwan will focus on upgrading technology and higher value-added manufacturing services.
2006-10-02 Taiwan design firms boost SoC IP offerings
As design cycles for consumer electronics gear and communications devices quicken, Taiwan design companies have been bolstering their IP offerings to round out basic SoC platforms into which clients plug a proprietary block.
2006-12-21 Taiwan approves 200mm fab investments in China
Taiwan approved applications by Powerchip Semiconductor and ProMOS Technologies, to invest in 200mm wafer fabs in China.
2006-05-22 Switching regulator offers 50A quiescent current
Linear has announced a 2A, 36V step-down switching regulator with Burst Mode to keep quiescent current under 50A.
2003-09-16 Sweden scrambles to save one of two remaining fabs
The Swedish government is scrambling to keep open at least one of the nation's last two operating fabs, both now owned by Infineon Technologies AG.
2007-05-16 Survey: Taiwan IC design aims for high-end CE
The "2007 Taiwan IC Design House Survey" revealed a maturing chip design industry that's ready to take on more complex challenges to carve a name for itself in this highly competitive business.
2004-04-01 Sun turns to National for GigE chip development
National Semiconductor has combined proprietary Gigabit Ethernet media access control (MAC) technology from Sun Microsystems with it's own Gigabit Ethernet physical layer (PHY) core to develop a single-port controller that Sun will use in adapters, blade servers, and other network computing designs.
2015-11-13 Strong performance allows SMIC to defy chip downturn
SMIC, China's largest foundry, said its capacity is fully utilised, and aims to develop a range of specialised versions of its most advanced 28nm process technology for such applications as RF.
1999-10-15 STMicroelectronics, Dot Wireless to collaborate on solutions for 3G mobile phones
STMicroelectronics and Dot Wireless Inc. have announced an alliance to co-develop integrated CDMA baseband chips and related technology for third-generation (3G) mobile phones.
2004-01-23 STMicro processor supports digital flat-panel TVs
STMicroelectronics has introduced the STV3550 LCD-TV processor, which offers in a single chip all the digital functions needed to implement matrix display TV sets.
2001-04-01 Startup set to roll Bluetooth module-on-a-chip
A CMOS device said to pack nearly all the components needed to build a Bluetooth module has been launched by a year-old Silicon Valley startup.
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