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2014-04-08 Taking a closer look at 20nm bulk CMOS
Foundry vendors planned to migrate to 16/14nm FinFETs rather than 20nm bulk CMOS, but the reality of FinFETs is that the present device structures do not give cost competitive products through 4Q17.
2013-09-24 Synopsys uses TSMC's 20nm SoC process for interface IP
The silicon-proven Synopsys DesignWare USB, DDR, PCI Express and MIPI PHY IP on TSMC's 20nm SoC process is designed to achieve high yield by meeting the requirements of advanced manufacturing design.
2014-09-18 Synopsys D-PHY slashes PCB area, power consumption by half
The solution boasts being the first D-PHY that is compliant to the MIPI Alliance D-PHY v1.2 specification, enabling operation speeds up to 2.5Gbit/s per lane.
2014-05-23 Synopsys adapts IP solution for PCI Express 4.0
The DesignWare IP supporting the PCIe 4.0 architectureincluding controller, verification, and PHYlowers integration risk and accelerates availability of devices integrating the 16GT/s speed.
2016-04-11 SuVolta: The demise of the promising start-up
SuVolta said it was going after opportunities in mobile processors, DRAM and IoT but was probably not helped by the fact that the Japanese semiconductor industry was experiencing its own turmoil.
2013-09-06 Suvolta enlists Fujitsu for image processor IC production
SuVolta's MB86S22AA Milbeaut image processor IC includes an ARM Cortex-A5MP and is capable of performing lens distortion and lens resolution correction at a rate of 12 fps across 24 megapixels.
2013-05-24 Stratix V GX FPGAs added to PCI-SIG integrators list
Altera's Stratix V GX FPGAs successfully passed all PCI-SIG compliance and interoperability tests, completing inclusion for Stratix V on all three generations of the Integrators Lists for PCIe.
2012-01-26 Startup tries many-core revolution
Kalray's chip is expected to deliver about 200GOPS at 400MHz clock frequency and a maximum performance of about 500GOPS at power consumption of about 5W.
2015-12-29 Startup raises $16.5M for self-powering IoT systems
PsiKick has designed a proof-of-concept wireless sensor node system-chip using conventional EDA tools and a 130nm mixed-signal CMOS that operates with sub-threshold voltages.
2013-12-19 Startup boasts advanced digital modulation tech
Magnacom will use an FPGA board to deliver 10dB signaling advantage compared to QAM4096, the most powerful version of the quadrature amplitude modulation scheme widely used in communications today.
2011-02-22 ST-Ericsson NovaThor platforms eye smartphones, tablets
The NovaThor platforms combine application engines, modems and connectivity chips into integrated and tested chipsets that can be used in smartphones and tablets.
2014-03-24 ST, SoftAtHome bring cinema experience to STBs
The combination of technologies from STMicroelectronics and SoftAtHome enables operators to benefit from a high efficiency video coding for HD eligibility extension.
2013-03-12 ST, CMP team up to deliver 130nm CMOS process
The H9A CMOS process is now available for prototyping to universities, research labs and design companies through the silicon brokerage services provided by CMP.
2010-06-09 ST readies 20nm tape out in 2012
STMicroelectronics NV chief technology officer Jean-Marc Chery announced the company will be ready to tape out designs using a 20nm CMOS low-power (LP) process technology in Q4 2012.
2014-04-30 ST pares R&D, centres on embedded processing
The Swiss chipmaker's first quarter results showed a 0.7 per cent year-over-year revenue improvement, driven by its joint-venture exit and operating expenses adjustments. ST CEO Carlo Bozotti said the company will move forward with a focus on embedded processing solutions.
2013-05-21 ST advances PCM foray with NVM-embedded MCUs
STMicroelectronics plans to offer microcontrollers with embedded non-volatile memory as it advances its phase-change memory venture, according to CTO Jean-Marc Chery.
2011-12-14 SRAM boasts operation as low as 0.425V
Fujitsu Semiconductor and SuVolta have cut the power consumption of SRAM blocks by cutting CMOS transistor threshold voltage variation by half.
2013-03-20 Spreadtrum wins big in smartphone market
Spreadtrum leads in China Mobile's TD-SCDM-based smartphone market with its single-core smartphone platforms. The company is said to have had more than a 50 percent market share among China Mobile's TD-SCDMA handsets in 2012.
2013-11-21 Sony PS4 teardown shows near breakeven point on hardware cost
With the PlayStation 4, Sony produced a design whose costs are starting out lower than its price tag—paving the way for the company to quickly attain profitability on hardware sales, said IHS.
2014-09-02 SONOS returns, finds use in IoT
Cypress Semiconductor sees that the 1960s-developed silicon oxide nitride oxide silicon technology has what it takes to address the scaling and power challenges in connected devices.
2013-01-10 Snapdragon powered by quad-core Krait sampled out
The Snapdragon 600 and 800 are powered by quad-core Krait 300 and Krait 400 processors, respectively, enhanced implementations of its currently used ARM-compatible Krait processor.
2016-01-28 SMIC obtains nearly $750M investment
Moody's sees the announcement as positive for SMIC, which is struggling to get close enough to the leading-edge to trouble market leaders such as TSMC, Samsung and Globalfoundries.
2012-05-16 SMIC gets government support in Beijing expansion
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. has announced the signing of a cooperation framework document between its subsidiary SMIC Beijing and the Beijing municipal government.
2010-10-13 SMIC finds focus
SMIC seems to be focusing on logic, analog and mixed-signal markets as it moves to restore customer confidence and emphasize profitability.
2014-02-17 Smart TV SoC supports 4K content
Realtek teamed up with UMC and Synopsys to design a smart TV SoC in the 40nm process that addresses the issue of large pixels found in super-sized displays.
2010-03-05 Six reasons why Samsung will succeed in foundry biz
Ana Hunter, VP of foundry services for Samsung Semiconductor Inc. provided six basic reasons why Samsung believes it will succeed in the foundry business:
2014-04-10 Six hot tech trends emerge in high-speed memory
While DDR4 comes first to mind in consideration of the latest developments in high-speed memory, several others including embedded DRAM and SRAM cells make the top six list.
2015-10-22 Single-chip PON OLT device targets fibre service providers
The Broadcom BCM68620 offers support for both existing and next-generation fibre technologies under a common API to enable a unified system software design that can be applied to all PON protocols.
2011-06-03 Simulation products support TSMC's AMS reference
Magma Design Automation announced that TSMC has validated the Titan Mixed-Signal and FineSim simulation products for Analog/Mixed-Signal (AMS) reference.
2011-04-26 Silicon integration key to lower-cost smartphones
To meet growing demand for lower-cost smartphones, most designers will integrate application and baseband processors, putting such integrated chips into nearly 70 percent of all smartphones by 2014.
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