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2014-07-11 Nanotubes: Pocket-sized 80TFLOPS system is the way to go
A carbon nanotube-based 'club sandwich' design that stacks memory and logic technologies could provide a thousand-fold power reduction for a system packing 2,880 IBM Power 7 cores running at 3.5GHz.
2002-09-13 Nanotechnology seen to extend Moore's Law
Intel will extend Moore's Law well into the future through advances in silicon nanotechnology.
2002-12-26 Nanoimprint lithography ready to make its mark
A potentially low-cost form of lithography affectionately known as
2016-04-07 Moore's Law extended: Intel roadmap reveals CMOS at its core
Intel's future processors at 10nm and beyond will continue to use CMOS, but the cores will be surrounded by novel circuit architectures using new materials that may extend Moore's Law indefinitely.
2009-11-17 MicroSD card brings extreme gaming into handsets
When embedded in a microSD card, the FXI die can turn slot-enabled, hand-held devices into high-end console gaming platforms.
2009-04-16 MEMS fire up component revolution
Semiconductor vendors are in either in the MEMS sector or will be out of business; that was the stark assertion that came out of a panel session at the recent Globalpress Electronics Summit.
2015-10-05 MEMS design, manufacturing on the microscale
The microelectromechnical system is a source of wonder in this modern world, so too is its design and manufacturing. Find out why.
2011-07-21 LED drivers feature 0.2% channel-to-channel accuracy
austriamicrosystems' LED drivers that target edge- and direct-lit TVs boast optimized picture quality and built-in safety.
2007-08-17 JVC delivers HD-ILA HDTV resolution
The JVC HD-61FN97 is a 61-inch widescreen (16:9) rear projection high-definition TV that features a true 1,080p Full HD Widescreen D-ILA technology.
2015-04-22 Is resistive RAM the next NVM star?
Resistive RAM features low power consumption and a small cell areaboth compelling reasons for their adoption as a non-volatile memory.
2013-11-22 Intel unfolds technical computing roadmap
The company, as part of its roadmap for the future of technical computing, will customize its high-end processors that include the Xeon and Xeon Phi processors.
2012-12-12 Intel tweaks 22nm tri-gate SoC for ultra-low leakage
Intel goes into the nitty-gritty of the latest modification to its 22nm tri-gate (FinFET) SoC technology.
2012-02-23 Intel to make Tabula's 22nm devices
For years, Intel only dabbled in ASIC and foundry sector. Since the Achronix deal was announced, some analysts saw that the chip giant was set to increase its presence it the foundry space dominated by TSMC.
2011-06-23 Intel MIC to pave way for next-gen supercomputers
As Intel outlines its vision for this decade, they see the role of their Intel Many Integrated Core (Intel MIC) as a critical component of the company's exascale computing solutions.
2005-08-16 Innovation drives SoC performance, keynoters say
While CMOS scaling continues to reduce costs, SoC performance improvements will depend on innovations that produce integrated design systems.
2000-12-01 Infiniband requires design trade-offs
Primary players in the computer industry are developing the Infiniband architecture as the next generation of server I/O, with the intent of eventually replacing PCI.
2013-03-26 Importance of migrating to DDR4
Learn about the significance of the DDR4 SDRAM device in the context of system level trends.
2016-02-18 Imagination talks product differentiation at China roadshow
The Imagination Summit 2015 featured speakers from Imagination Technologies, Mentor Graphics, Rightware, CSIA, Synopsys, Dolby, SMIC and Ingenic stressing new opportunities and the need for product differentiation to beat price competition.
2006-05-04 Image sensor enables higher-quality images, video recording in camera phones
Avago Technologies unveiled a 2Mpixel CMOS image sensor with autofocus support that enables ultra-thin camera phones to record high-definition videos at 30fps.
2006-08-17 Image sensor enables better images, thinner cellphones
Avago Technologies claimed its new 1/5-inch optical format, 1.3Mpixel image sensor is smaller and offers better image quality than other 1.3Mpixel sensors in the industry.
2015-07-13 IBM surpasses Intel with 7nm node tech
IBM Research claims to have perfected the extreme ultra-violet (EUV) lithography and using silicon-germanium channels for its finned field-effect transistors (FinFETs).
2014-06-27 IBM fab sale: Retracing its x86 steps
IBM's focus on servers for businesses prevented it from seeing and responding to what one former employee calls "the biggest server buying spree in a decade."
2015-12-01 HMC, HBM gain wider appeal for computing networking apps
An expert said that while HMC and HBM products are rolling out along with DDR4, it's clear there's room for all three technologies to find market share as standards take time to settle into place.
2011-12-20 Higher-k gate process qualified
ASM said it has qualified a new 14nm higher-k gate dielectric process that offers 40 percent improvement from the current advanced nodes.
2011-09-01 GlobalFoundries ships more chips, prepares for 14nm
GlobalFoundries is claiming it is shipping thousands of 32nm wafers per week and is planning its strategies for the company's 14nm node.
2014-07-24 Fundamentals of resistive memory devices
In this article, we address the basics of resistive random access memory(ReRAM) structures, as well as the test hardware available to characterise them.
2014-05-02 Freeware catches on in electronics DIY projects
Free software applications have mushroomed over the Internet lately, including electronics engineering tools that prove as good as paid tools. Sourceforge's Cedar Logic Simulator, DesignSpark's PCB, Static Free Software's Electric VLSI, and TinyCAD are among those who make the top ten list.
2014-04-22 FPGAs must shape up to accelerate growth
The rocketing ASIC mask-set and NRE costs have not yielded a surge of FPGA designs, but have rather driven engineers to resort to older technology nodes to mitigate the cost issues. Considering this and the standing Moore's Law concern, the FPGA outlook does not appear so bright.
2009-02-12 Five ways to beat IC scaling roadblocks
Intel senior fellow and director of process architecture Mark Bohr listed five major stumbling blocksor challengesfor the 32nm node and beyond.
2006-12-13 Fabbrix weaves 'fabric' for IC design
Fabbrix Inc., a startup that aims to reshape IC design through the use of regular design patterns or "fabrics," announced a collaboration with PDF Solutions Inc.
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