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2010-01-14 SoC handles HD, Internet video simultaneously
Ambarella has released the A5s family of SoCs that combines high-speed CPU and low-power 45nm technology to support megapixel photography in pocket-sized hybrid cameras.
2008-02-12 SiRF enters multimedia market, eyes gPhone
SiRF Technology is entering the competitive multimedia phone race with a new multifunction platform called SiRFprima, which the company hopes would find its way into Google's gPhone.
2006-06-23 Samsung licenses National's power management system
Samsung Electronics has licensed National Semiconductor's power management function block, and is expected to integrate the technology into mobile phone ICs.
2010-02-18 Ref design brings Android to entry-level smart phones
Infineon Technologies AG is offering the XMM6181 reference design, which is intended to help engineers create entry-level Android smart phones.
2007-11-16 Qulacomm 45nm chips target mass-market smart phones
Qualcomm has unveiled three new 45nm single-chip solutions designed to enable mass-market smart phones with an unsurpassed range of capabilities.
2008-09-26 Qualcomm mobile chip powers first Android handset
Qualcomm may have secured its place inside the first Android cellphone but analysts believe that stiff competition from rival wireless chip vendors will follow on future handsets running the Google Inc.-backed OS.
2002-10-18 Qualcomm licenses latest ARM core
Qualcomm Inc. has licensed ARM's latest ARM1136J-S microprocessor core to be used on its advanced wireless voice and data devices.
2008-01-25 Processor eases shift from TDM to VoIP MSANs
Mindspeed Technologies has introduced a family of highly-integrated VoIP processors that enable the migration of copper loop voice access networks from traditional Class-5 TDM equipment to next-generation VoIP MSANs.
2008-03-06 Phone evolves to become smart widgets
It is interesting to look at the different ways that HTC and Nokia, two companies that have very competitive and successful smart-phone offerings, arrived at their latest products.
2013-09-25 Oracle pushes Java as the answer to IoT front line
With fragmentation an for IoT, Oracle has made the effort to establish Java as a major entrant in the race to unify diverse operating systems and protocols for the Internet of Things.
2008-06-04 Nvidia takes on Intel in mobile x86 battle
Nvidia Corp. will go head-to-head with the Intel Corp. Atom processor in a battle for design wins in mobile media and Internet devices.
2012-01-04 Non-profit to release $25 PC
The ultra-low-cost computer was conceptualized for use in teaching computer programming, as well as for greater educational use in the developing world.
2009-01-07 Netbook bandwagon welcomes new processors, chips
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. is trying to drive netbooks to lower price points with a new ARM-based processor while Nvidia wants to ratchet up their performance with a more muscular graphics chip.
2003-10-22 NEC, ARM ink long-term partnership
NEC Electronics Corp. and ARM Ltd have entered into a long-term strategic partnership.
2007-09-05 NEC ups 32bit ARM processor core performance
NEC Electronics has unveiled two 32bit ARM processor cores that can be used with its SoC design methodology to develop high-speed products for networking, wireless and automotive systems.
2007-01-03 Multicore to face long road
This year may be remembered as the year the industry realized what designers of multicore software and interconnects already know: Many years of hard work lie ahead.
2003-05-19 Motorola won't tinker with ARM instruction set
Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector will create run-time libraries and hardware accelerators for its ARM-based microprocessors but has no plans to deviate from ARM Ltd's architectural road map, the company has told EE Times.
2008-04-03 MIPS unveils licensable core for multiprocessing
MIPS Technologies is rolling out its first licensable core geared for coherent multiprocessingthe MIPS 1004Kwhich can support up to four cores on a chip, each running two threads.
2013-12-23 Mining Litecoins: ZedBoard or Raspberry Pi?
Find out how the Zynq-based ZedBoard and the Raspberry Pi perform when mining Litecoins, which are an adaption of Bitcoins.
2006-05-08 Microsoft to port Windows Mobile OS to Qualcomm's MSM chipsets
Qualcomm and Microsoft announced a collaboration to enable the porting of the Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system to Qualcomm's Mobile Station Modem chipsets.
2006-08-04 Mentor offers support package for ARM Cortex-M3
Mentor Graphics recently introduced a processor support package for the ARM Cortex-M3 processor, which works with the company's Seamless tool to expose hardware/software integration errors inherent in processor-based designs.
2007-06-26 MCUs offer high performance at lower power, cost
Atmel Corp.'s customizable MCU delivers up to 8x the performance for DSP algorithms frequently implemented in FPGAs, with reduced power consumption and unit IC costs that are 30-50 percent lower.
2013-11-25 Maximise the processing power of wireless modules
Using a wireless module's excess processing capacity to replace the MCU can yield a better cellular-equipped system.
2009-04-16 Marvell bets big on connected devices
Leveraging its homegrown ARM-based Sheeva CPU processors, Marvell Technology Group's co-founder and CEO has a clear vision: Enabling the next billion users of connected devices.
2002-10-17 LSI licenses ARM's latest cores
LSI Logic Corp. has licensed the ARM's latest ARM1136J-S core and the ARM1136JF-S core for use on its SoC designs for the communications, consumer, and storage markets.
2007-02-16 Long way to go for multicore
2006 may go down as the year the electronics industry woke up to the full breadth and significance of the trend to multicore processors.
2007-05-16 Lack of tools, expertise stalls multicore progress
The tools needed to program and debug multicore ICs are in the "dark ages," according to Anant Agarwal. Solutions are emerging, but the dearth of parallel-programming tools and lack of expertise among embedded designers threaten to slow the progress of multicore architectures.
2006-08-24 Japan's IC equip book-to-bill slipped in July
The Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan reported that the ratio of bookings to billings by Japanese semiconductor equipment manufacturers slipped significantly last month but still maintained a robust book-to-bill ratio of 1.30.
2008-07-15 iPhone 3G still packs some surprises
Aside from some very surprising component choices in key parts of the upgraded communications section, the old adage 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' has clearly shaped the design of the iPhone 3G.
2008-02-14 Internet ready to invade mobiles
The Mobile World Congress kicked of the race for chip vendors, software suppliers and handset manufacturers to bring the full-blown Internet to the consumer's pocket.
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