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90nm process technology
The 90nm process refers to the level of CMOS process technology that was achieved sometime 2003. Process technology basically boils down to the size of the finished transistor and other components.
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2006-06-22 45nm CMOS LSI targets next-gen supercomputers
NEC's 45nm CMOS basic circuit module realizes a high-speed, low-power LSI for next-gen supercomputers with 5GHz-clocked operation.
2013-04-05 40nm process geometries take a quarter of global wafer capacity
IC Insights' report reveals that a huge share of the worldwide wafer capacity still remains dedicated to mature processes with "large" features sizes.
2010-02-08 40nm 10GBASE-T PHYs operate at 4W/port
Broadcom Corp. is sampling low-power 10GBASE-T transceivers
2007-09-17 3G power amps to use revised CMOS
Acco Semiconductor believes it has found a way to create low-cost CMOS power amplifiers for 3G cellphones that can operate with the power efficiency and robustness of GaAs Pas.
2011-09-22 32bit MCUs enable low power apps
Freescale's ARM-based MCUs consume 630?A at CPU speed of 4MHz in low power run mode.
2008-06-19 32bit MCUs enable improved performance in automotive apps
STMicroelectronics has released four MCUs in four new Power Architecture families enabling integrators to use the 32bit MCU core throughout powertrain, car body, chassis and safety, and instrumentation systems.
2014-09-30 32bit MCU series integrates ARM Cortex M7 core
The STM32 F7 series operates at frequencies up to 200MHz and uses a 6-stage superscalar pipeline and floating point unit (FPU) to produce up to 1000 CoreMarks, without impacting power efficiency.
2007-06-08 32bit dual-MAC DSP cores target 2.5G, 3G baseband
CEVA Inc. has introduced the CEVA-TeakLite-III family of DSP cores and the first three family members aimed at 2.5G and 3G cellular baseband.
2010-05-27 32-/64Mbit SRAMs deliver 12ns access time
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has developed 32- and 64Mbit SRAMs that offer very fast access times of 12ns and the smallest footprint at these densities.
2007-01-25 2GB DDR2 memory module features 800MHz operating speed
Hynix has developed a 2Gbyte DDR2 memory module with operating speeds of 800MHz, which makes it the fastest of its kind in the industry, the company said.
2013-02-25 2.4GHz 1.9nJ/b radio compliant to BLE, Zigbee
Imec and Holst Centre revealed a short range radio that, in addition to compliance with MBAN, IEEE802.15.6, claims to be 3-5 times more power-efficient than current Bluetooth Low Energy solutions.
2005-12-01 10GbE parts readied, 100G in wings
A new generation of optical and copper components for 10GbE is about to hit the market, revving up demand for fast networks.
2008-04-25 10GbE blasts ahead with new switch, transceiver, card offerings
Three silicon vendors are pushing forward what has been to date a slow transition to 10GbE.
2009-08-27 10GBase-T controllers support 5GHz PCIe
Solarflare' single-chip 10GBase-T controllers integrate the two designs in a 65nm chip that has been upgraded to support 5GHz PCIe and the single-root I/O virtualization standard.
2009-12-23 1.66GHz Atom packs graphics, memory controller
Intel Corp. is offering new versions of its Atom processor that integrate graphics and a memory controller on the same die as the x86 CPU.
2008-09-18 1.5GHz FPGAs target ASIC sockets in complex systems
Achronix Semiconductor uses asynchronous circuitry to deliver a 1.5GHz FPGA samples. The startup hopes to use its three-fold lead in data rates to grab ASIC sockets in high-end communications, test and other systems.
2005-04-18 'Synergy' plan in play at Sony
Sony's recent executive shuffle has raised questions about the company's synergy and vertical integration.
2006-09-07 'Signoff quality' timing tool rolls for 65/45nm designs
Cadence Design Systems introduced the Encounter Timing System, described as a "signoff-quality" timing product for nanometer SoC design.
2009-02-04 'Promising' memory interface gears for mobiles
Rambus Inc. will demonstrate new memory interface geared for mobile devices that delivers 16 times the bandwidth of today's technologies at a fraction of the power they would consume. Analysts said the technology is unique and promising, but faces several hurdles on the road to adoption.
2003-11-03 'Free engineering' era nears end
The time of free engineering is over; Bob Bailey advises that OEMs partner with the best technology companies and establish stable supply lines now, before the whole industry goes into panic.
2009-04-28 'First' 22nm SRAM cells from EUV litho debut
IMEC has presented what it claims is to be the first functional 22nm CMOS SRAM cells made using extreme UV (EUV) lithography. The SRAM cells are made with FinFETs and have both the contact and metal-1 layer printed using a full-field EUV alpha demo tool from ASML.
2007-06-15 'Digital self' reaches out from the digital home
Today's digital home is giving way to a new 'digital self' who is all about enriching what's in the home and bringing it into the outside world.
2005-03-30 'Concurrent' IC design suite rolls
Synopsys rolled out IC Compiler, which concurrently runs physical synthesis, clock tree synthesis, placement, routing, yield optimization and signoff correlation.
2007-05-01 'Asset-lite' strategy keeps Moore's Law alive
Ajit Manocha, executive VP and chief manufacturing officer of NXP, believes that the widening gap between design productivity and Moore's Law will trigger a paradigm shift in IC manufacturing that will entail a breakthrough in the way companies work together.
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