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2013-08-15 Allwinner licenses FlexNoC IP for mobile device applications
The Allwinner recently evaluated Arteris' FlexNoC interconnect IP and found it eliminated routing congestion and eased timing closure
2014-07-25 Allwinner gets on the 64bit MPU bandwagon
The chipmaker's first 64bit tablet processor is designed with the ARMv8-A implementation to facilitate the delivery of energy-efficient performance and 64bit capability.
2014-09-05 Allwinner bares octa-core processor for tablets
Based on TSMC's industry-leading 28nm HPC process, the A83T is designed to be a high performance but extremely power-efficient octa-core processor.
2014-10-14 Octa-core SoC targets high-end gaming, video OTT box markets
The device is based on TSMC's 28nm HPC process and claims to boost system performance with low heat, allowing ODMs/OEMs to make OTT boxes at competitive BOM costs.
2013-11-13 Chinese SoC firm plans IPO to push mobile roadmap
Allwinner Technology is planning an IPO on the Shenzhen stock exchange as it prepares its first eight-core product for a variety of systems, including entry-level notebooks.
2012-09-27 Android tablet wars putting the pressure on Rockchip
Rockchip faces stiff competition from multinational chip companies like Samsung Electronics and Taiwanese behemoth MediaTek.
2015-08-07 Who wants to buy Marvell's mobile business?
Marvell's search for suitors illustrates a dramatic change in the global smartphone business. Nobody seems winning big. Even for a chip vendor with solid technology, it's tougher to get fair value
2012-07-24 China's domestic chipset vendors ramping up shipments
China-based vendors are ramping up their shipments to local white-box tablet PC vendors, cutting out Taiwan-based VIA technologies.
2014-03-07 ARM-led Linaro to push tablet, STB SoC convergence
Linaro, a not-for-profit organization, is speeding up the adoption of the ARM architecture in the digital home entertainment segment.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2015-01-20 Shift in China's mobile market threatens U.S. chip companies
Among big changes in the works are China Mobile's shift in procurement policy from five-mode smartphones to three-mode models and plans among Chinese apps processor vendors to embrace connectivity.
2012-11-08 Nufront squares in on mobile apps processors
Nufront will try to outdo competitors in the apps processor market with wireless offerings such as its first-generation GSM/WCDMA 3G baseband chip.
2013-05-24 Global IC market revenue to rebound by 4%
IDC said the industry witnessed a slowdown in 2H12 on weak consumer spending across PCs, mobile phones and digital televisions, as well as in the industrial and other market segments.
2014-03-21 Chinese vendors set their sights on MEMS
While barrier-to-entry remains high for the MEMS market, China has thus far four pioneering vendorsMEMSIC, Senodia, QST, and MiraMEMS.
2013-04-05 China-based fabless firm chases non-Apple market
One of China's oldest fabless chip suppliers, Actions Semiconductors, is often seen as a shrinking player in the diminishing MP3 player market. But under new management, it has proven its resilience.
2014-08-14 China fabless firms exit public market, swoop up state funds
The billions of dollar the Chinese government is pumping into its domestic chip industry have triggered a fabless evolution in Chinaturning Nasdaq-listed chip companies into quasi-state enterprises.
2014-08-12 Actions to split into Multimedia co., Android tablet co.
The China-based fabless company's move to transform into two private entities underpins internal conflicts among different business units, as well as management ambitions to qualify for government grants.
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