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2006-02-14 SiRF unveils A-GPS receiver
SiRF Technology unveiled a small multimode A-GPS chip, the GSCi-5000, which aims to address the space and cost constraints of cellular handsets.
2005-02-16 SiPs offer alternative to SoCs for comms
The key to bringing the different parts together to create integrated plug-and-play system solutions lies in SiP technology.
2007-06-08 Single-chip tuner suits high-def TV sets
Hybrid TV tuner specialist Xceive Corp. is launching a new line of analog-digital tuners, the XC5000, intended for high-end TV applications that need noise performance exceeding that of can tuners.
2011-06-23 Single-chip MCU targets automotive apps
Freescale Semiconductor introduces the S12VR64, a single-chip, mixed-signal MCU designed for use in DC motors for automotive window lift and sunroof applications.
2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore.
2002-08-01 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
This news article shows the movement of Engineers to and from Singapore to find better job opportunities and advanced training.
2003-03-12 Silicon Wave unveils Bluetooth radio processor
Silicon Wave has started sampling its single chip CMOS Bluetooth radio processor that is targeted for portable and cellphone apps.
2003-03-18 Silicon Wave releases integrated Bluetooth v1.1 radio processor
The company's UltimateBlue 3000 radio processor features a direct conversion radio modem with an ARM7TDMI processor core.
2003-06-18 Silicon Wave Bluetooth die provides high-density integration
Silicon Wave's UltimateBlue 3000 radio processor and the SiW1712 radio modem are available as standalone bare die products.
2008-07-04 Silicon TV tuners speed past the CAN
Until the most recent product announcements, silicon tuners have fallen well short of the performance offered by hand-tuned CAN tuners. But one company in particular seems to have focused on achieving the best possible silicon solutions for fixed TV tuners: XCeive Inc.
2008-01-04 Silicon TV tuners clearing hurdles
Although mobile phone and WLAN transceivers made the transition to silicon ICs years ago, solid-state TV tuners have been slower off the starting block. Recently, several companies have started to offer IC-based TV receivers that will replace the traditional "can tuner."
2003-06-18 Silicon Storage MPF+ line features faster erase times
Silicon Storage Technology has introduced its Multi-Purpose Flash Plus product family that follows the Multi-Purpose Flash product family.
2001-06-01 Silicon prototyping verifies IP functions
SoC designers are confronting several important tasks in optimizing next-generation products. New systematic approaches are needed to ensure that IP can be transferred from one process geometry to the next.
2007-01-05 Silicon Motion in talks with SMIC for controller IC production
Silicon Motion Technology Corp. is reportedly considering outsourcing the production of USB flash drive controller ICs to SMIC.
2002-02-28 Silicon Image unveils Serial ATA controller, bridge ICs
Claimed to be the industry's first fully integrated, dual-channel 1.5Gbps PCI-to-Serial ATA host controller, the SiI 3112 features an aggregate transfer rate of 3Gbps.
2002-09-23 Siemens, TI combines technology for GSM platform
Siemens Mobile Group and Texas Instruments Inc. have collaborated to develop a single-chip digital baseband solution for GSM basestations.
2005-03-23 Shortages, price hikes seen for used IC equipment
Shortages of used semiconductor-equipment have hit the worldwide supply chain, causing prices for these potentially "disruptive" products to soar at new and record levels.
2004-03-24 SEZ receives wafer tool order from DongbuAnam
SEZ Group has received a follow-on order from wafer foundry DongbuAnam Semiconductor.
2007-05-04 Secret's out: Maxim is buyer of Atmel's Texas fab
Maxim Integrated Products has bought Atmel's wafer fabrication facility in Irving, Texas for about $38 million.
2001-03-01 Samsung calls on NAND Flash for handsets
Samsung Electronics said it has started offering NAND Flash memory, used mostly as data storage memory in Flash cards, as an alternative to NOR Flash devices in multichip packages aimed at cellphone makers.
2001-04-15 Same-die tactic eases DDR transition
The industry consensus is clear: DDR's time has come. Now what design issues must engineers consider, and what can DRAM suppliers do to make this memory transition happen smoothly and seamlessly?
2006-09-14 Saifun, Tower Semi ink NROM agreement
Saifun and Tower Semi have signed a new agreement whereby Saifun extends the license of the Saifun NROM technology to Tower for the manufacture of embedded flash end Embedded EEPROM products.
2007-06-11 Russia's Mikron teams with ST for 180nm process
JSC Mikron is pushing ahead with its partnership with STMicroelectronics for the 180nm CMOS foundry process.
2007-06-20 Russia cooks up 300mm wafer fab plans
Russia is collaborating with a party known only as the "Kedah Group" to construct a 300mm wafer fab at the city of Nizhny Novgorod.
2012-01-12 Rush orders give solar makers some relief
Benefiting from rush orders in Europe and the U.S., Taiwan solar cell makers' utilization rates increased, which will affect the development of contract and spot prices.
2008-08-28 Robotics shipment slides amid economic setbacks
North American robotics orders decline 23 percent in 1H 08, compared to the same period in 2007, according to the Robotic Industries Association.
2007-07-17 Rise of mixed-signal SoCs hints at changing analog market
Despite such well-reasoned doubts, market statistics show an analog IP market on the rise. The analog and mixed-signal IP market grew 34 percent in 2006, accounting for 16 percent of the overall design IP market, says Gartner.
2003-02-17 RISC/DSP microprocessor shipped in TFBGAs, macro cells
Hyperstone AG has released its RISC/DSP microprocessors in TFBGA packaging and as a TSMC or UMC macro cell for SoCs.
2003-04-25 Ricoh to deploy Monterey design flow in Japan
Ricoh Co. Ltd has purchased an entire line of Monterey Design Systems' planning, prototyping, and implementation tools for immediate use in Japan.
2006-02-23 RFMD solution integrates GPS apps in mobile devices
The new software-based GPS solution from RF Micro Devices enables the integration of high-performance GPS apps in smartphones, wireless PDAs and digital cameras.
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