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2007-01-11 WNPU unlocks full potential of 802.11n
Atheros' AR7161 WNPU unlocks the full potential of 802.11n technology to enable simultaneous high-bandwidth applications
2007-09-20 Storage processors target SMB, SOHO markets
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced the latest storage processor family additions to the PowerQUICC II Pro product line.
2007-04-27 New Fusiv processors suit residential gateways
Ikanos Communications Inc. offers two new versions of the Fusiv processor for residential gateways based on fiber-to-the-home architectures and very high-speed DSL (VDSL2).
2007-01-05 Network processor targets 802.11n
Based on a MIPS 24K core, the new network processor from Atheros Communications has a 600MHz clock speed.
2006-09-12 D2 Tech enables VoIP in Octeon processors
D2 Technologies has announced a VoIP solution said to be the first on Cavium Networks single and dual-core Octeon processor family.
2006-03-01 Chipsets roll early for 802.11n
Broadcom announced sampling of an Intensi-fi chipset for 802.11n. Analysts were again taken aback three days later, when Atheros announced its XSpan AR5008 family for the same standard
2006-08-31 Chipset enables 802.11n performance at WLAN prices
According to Atheros, its new AR5008V XSPAN chipset is for customers wanting to deliver 802.11n performance at mainstream WLAN prices
2008-06-10 802.11n routers promise maximum wireless home experience
Broadcom Corp. has rolled three WLAN router solutions with integrated processors that will enable a full line of 802.11n routers with industry-leading performance and consumer-friendly cost points.
2006-03-14 Renesas to integrate Metalink's processor
Renesas Technology will work with Metalink to integrate Renesas's SH4 and Metalink's 802.11n processors for applications in the home entertainment market.
2006-12-12 Broadcom adds Wi-Fi GbE processor to Intesi-fi line
Broadcom has announced a Wi-Fi GbE processor that extends its Intensi-fi family of draft-802.11n solutions
2006-12-18 Taiwan fabless buyouts not yet in the bag
Improving tech sophistication and reasonable valuations have made fabless Taiwan companies prime acquisition targets. However, persuading their founders to sell out remains a tough challenge.
2007-06-18 Processor family signs up high-end PowerPCs
A new part from Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AMCC) stakes out the high end of the PowerPC line that AMCC acquired from IBM in 2004.
2008-01-08 Marvell highlights consumer, comms devices
Marvell Technology Group Ltd will demonstrate its latest consumer and communications silicon at this week's CES event.
2007-10-01 Manufacturers tip hot chips, interconnects
Manufacturers and researchers have provided a peek inside their advanced multicore processors and research into the on- and off-chip networks that those future microprocessors may use at the Hot Chips and Hot Interconnects conferences
2008-02-14 IMEC debuts mobile SDR baseband processor platform
A chip-level baseband platform capable of supporting 802.11n, 802.16e, mobile TV and 3GPP-LTE communication standards has been taped out by IMEC
2006-01-24 Broadcom faces skepticism over early launch
Broadcom encountered skepticism from financial analysts when it announced sampling of an Intensi-fi 802.11n chipsetless than 24 hours after the IEEE announced a compromise draft proposal
2013-02-14 ARM sees prospects in $100 smartphones, tablets
An ARM executive discusses the need to eliminate cost as a barrier to entry for the majority of people who do not own smartphones as well as his company's prospects in the $100 smartphone market.
2011-02-16 Silicon die integrates Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Atheros's XSPAN AR9462 combo solution integrates 2-stream, dual-band 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies onto a single die
2006-11-28 Processor enables affordable GbE in the home
Freescale's new PowerQUICC II Pro processor addresses the market demand for inexpensive processors that can securely distribute and process multiple streams of multimedia content throughout the home
2012-06-08 Networking platform paves way for dual-band, dual-concurrent WiFi
The QCA9005AP 802.11ac reference design from Qualcomm Atheros features a dual-band, 3-stream 802.11n SoC and 3-stream 802.11ac radio solution
2012-02-23 DSP cores offer wide compatibility with comms standards
CEVA's XC4000 processors are based on a single, newly designed low-power DSP framework and also maintain backward compatibility with the company's previous communication processors
2008-03-25 Demistifying software-defined radio platforms
In general, an SDR is a reconfigurable and programmable hardware platform that can potentially tune to any frequency band and receive any modulation. The SDR solution that IMEC envisions has a reconfigurable front-end combined with a (re)programmable baseband platform. It targets 802.11n, 802.16e and 3GPP-LTE
2011-06-07 Combo chip designed to expand connectivity options
Qualcomm Atheros' combo chip is designed to bring expanded connectivity options to Qualcomm's Snapdragon family of mobile processors
2010-03-02 TI: Handsets split architecture continues
Greg Delagi, senior VP and general manager of Texas Instruments' wireless terminals business unit believes that the so-called "split architecture" for mobile phones is going to continue and prosper.
2012-09-27 The iPhone 5 inside out
Apple's iPhone 5 A1428 model, torn apart for a closer inspection
2012-12-04 Taking apart the latest iMac
This teardown from iFixit showcases the iMac Intel 21.5 inch EMC 2544 which features a thinner case and a quad-core Intel i5 or i7 processor.
2007-03-01 RGs to overcome triple-play hurdles
New technology platforms will provide the foundation for new-generation RG solutions that will enable next-generation services along with the flexibility to differentiate offerings with new, advanced features.
2006-05-16 RF test aims at wireless standards
Wireless standards are inundating the market, placing tremendous demands on the test engineer and on the tools necessary to test these new integrated devices.
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
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