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What is an ASIC?
An application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) is an IC that is customised for a specific application (end product or a closely related family of end products), such as a chip which is designed to run a cellular handset.
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2008-10-14 Trio collaborates to develop maskless ICs
Fujitsu Microelectronics Ltd and e-Shuttle Inc. have agreed to adopt D2S' advanced design for e-beam (DFEB) technology, starting with a 65nm low power (LP) library.
2002-10-07 Trigen distributes Fortinet VPNs in South Korea
Trigen Infocomm and Fortinet Inc. have collaborated to mainstream information security solutions across public networks in South Korea, through the use of VPN.
2002-07-24 TranSwitch draws metro processing, switching plans
TranSwitch Corp. has developed a consistent four-element road map that brings together Onex Communications Corp.'s Omni switching and processor architecture.
2008-07-16 Transformed LSI shifts to implementation mode
In his first 24 months as president and CEO, Abhi Talwalkar was part of a radical restructuring in the manufacturing strategy of LSI Corp. He notes: "I claim the transformation is behind us, and we are in a mode of execution."
2004-11-10 TransDimension, SMSC to achieve USB-IF certification
TransDimension Inc. and SMSC have announced the completion of high-speed USB compliance testing of the industry's first controller/transceiver solution utilizing the new UTMI+ Low Pin Interface (ULPI).
2005-08-18 Transceiver supports newly released ULPI specification
SMSC has announced its support of the newly released UTMI+ low-pin interface industry specification through its USB3300 ULPI standalone peripheral, embedded host or On-the-Go transceiver.
2007-05-04 Transceiver helps med implants go broadband
Zarlink Semiconductor Inc. has released ZL70101, a wireless transceiver for medical implants optimized for an emerging 400MHz standard
2004-07-12 Toshiba unveils 64-bit MIPS-based microprocessor
Toshiba America Electronic Components topped off its MIPS-based microprocessor line with a 64-bit single-chip RISC processor.
2003-08-29 Toshiba to use Applied Materials low-k films
Toshiba has selected Applied Materials' Black Diamond and BLOk low-k dielectric films to be used for volume production of its 90nm CMOS4 process.
2011-12-01 Toshiba to shutdown three fabs
Toshiba is closing three manufacturing facilities and cutting down production at some of its semiconductor fabs due to a fall down in consumer product demands.
2005-05-05 Tools suit XAP 32bit RISC core
Cambridge Consultants' new tool set is comprised of the Gnu Compiler Collection C/C++ compiler and the uCLinux and Micrium (C/OS-II real-time operating systems.
2004-12-01 Tools alone don't make industry
The EDA industry is still struggling with flat revenues and declining bookings. What's going on?
2009-05-07 Tool simplifies on-chip interconnect design
EDA vendor Sonics Inc. has rolled out a new tool to ease the job of building on-chip interconnects using the ARM Amba bus.
2006-09-01 Tool compiles C source code to RTL
CebaTech Inc. recently announced plans to offer both TCP/IP intellectual property (IP) and the C-language compiler that was used to create it.
2003-06-02 Tool analyzes power dynamically, at cell level
Apache launched its 2nd product designed for power analysis, the RedHawk-SDL.
2007-04-23 Tool accelerates fixed-point MATLAB algorithms
The MathWorks has released Fixed-Point Toolbox 2, which provides enhanced floating-to-fixed-point conversion capabilities and accelerated fixed-point MATLAB algorithms that execute at compiled C-code speed.
2011-01-20 Tokyo University designs NVM architecture using Docea's Aceplorer
By using Docea Power's Aceplorer software to model power consumption at the ESL, University of Tokyo's Takeuchi Laboratory hopes to evaluate the optimum NVL architecture design and share power consumption data with system architects.
2007-09-03 To bridge or not to bridge: When, why to go PCIe-native
It's never easy for designers to decide whether to use a PCIe bridge or develop PCIe-native solutions. They need to weigh factors such as time-to-market, development and manufacturing costs, performance, connectivity, and feature-set enhancements.
2007-09-03 Tips for successful structured ASIC designs
The use of structured ASIC for custom IC design is an increasingly attractive option. This article provides useful tips for structured ASIC designs.
2006-05-16 Tips for maximizing RapidIO
RapidIO is an open, standards-based interconnection technology for midsize and large embedded systems. Travis Scheckel discusses tips for designers working with it for the first time.
2007-08-01 Tiny MEMS mic increases handset options
Akustica Inc. has unveiled a microphone that measures 1mm? and uses a MEMS diaphragm and on-chip complementary CMOS analog circuitry.
2012-02-02 TI, Avago push signal data rates to the limit
Both companies are using the latest process technologies and signal integrity techniques to hit new milestones catering to responding to the need to carry ever more data over networks while keeping a lid on power and cost.
2003-03-07 TI video processor provides VGA resolution
Texas Instruments has rolled a DSP-based digital media processor targeting high-resolution digital still cameras and video camcorders.
2005-05-17 TI unveils POLA-compatible non-isolated, plug-in power modules
Texas Instruments Inc. announced two families of POLA compatible, non-isolated, plug-in power modules that are available in single in-line pin packages.
2002-07-05 TI ships 6A power module for point-of-load apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has shipped the PT5400 SWIFT power module that provides up to 6A of output current and is targeted to point-of-load applications.
2005-05-19 TI picks Altera devices for DLP TV products
Altera Corp. announced that Texas Instruments (TI) leveraged Altera solutions to bring its Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology to the TV products market.
2005-07-21 TI PHY complies to PCI Express
Texas Instruments announced the third generation of its discrete PCI Express physical layer chip.
2007-02-14 TI offers multicore DSP for wireless apps
Texas Instruments Inc. is introducing a W-CDMA baseband device using use three 1GHz DSP cores, and a gateway processor with six DSPs rated at 500MHz each.
2002-11-28 TI module powers DSPs, microprocessors
Texas Instrument's PT6714 switching regulator delivers 1V, 13A while operating from a 3.3V input bus.
2003-01-06 TI GbE transceiver consumes 162mW per channel
The company's TLK2206 eight-port GbE transceiver has a maximum power consumption of 162mW per channel at 1.25Gbps.
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