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Asynchronous transfer mode is a connection-oriented technique based on the use of fixed-sized packets. The packets or cells are 53 octets in size, with 5 octets used for cell header and the remaining 48 octets for data.
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2011-03-28 Yukyung marshals army of IC vendors for Viliv tablet
"Globally" designed and based on Windows, Yukyung Technologies' Viliv X70 EX 3G is a good example of a tablet that preceded the iPad.
2004-09-24 Yale team builds chips for quantum computing
Demonstrating a new paradigm for quantum computing, Yale University researchers have built what they call QED IC to manipulate quantum bits.
2008-05-27 Xilinx infuses connectivity to Intel in-vehicle infotainment design
Xilinx Inc. has announced the availability of an integrated Xilinx Automotive (XA) FPGA and IP solution that is included in the low-power Intel in-vehicle infotainment reference design targeting automotive head units.
2008-05-22 Wind River, Intel co-develop automotive open source platform
Wind River Systems is collaborating with Intel Corp. to create an open source Linux platform for the automotive industry.
2009-05-05 Will netbook's appeal last after downturn?
As consumers' incomes dwindle, they are looking into buying low-cost netbook PCs, driving global shipments up by 68.5 percent in 2009 and by a whopping 2,424 percent in 2008, according to iSuppli Corp.
2010-08-06 Will Intel buy Infineon wireless?
Intel is the most likely buyer for Infineon's wireless business now up for sale, though Broadcom is a better fit and Samsung is clearly interested, says Forward Concepts.
2016-05-06 Will drones fill Intel's smartphone market void?
Coming on the heels of its recent announcement of massive layoffs and cancelling of mobile SoC platforms, Intel turns a new leaf with drones.
2009-04-28 Wi-Fi/HSPA solution powers Classmate PCs
Huawei Technologies has developed the Huawei EM772, claimed to be first module to integrate two network standards, Wi-Fi and HSPA for Classmate PCs.
2015-05-22 Why Moore's Law is nowhere near ready to meet its maker
In 2003, Intel predicted an end to Moore's Law shortly after hitting the anticipated 16nm node, but today it seems we're on track for 10nm fairly soon with 7nm not far off.
2010-09-28 Which chip company will Oracle buy?
Just months after Oracle purchased Sun Microsystems, CEO Larry Ellison announced that the company is considering to buy a chip manufacturer. There are varied forecasts on which the likely candidates are.
2014-09-02 What's switching: Nine takeaways from Hot Interconnects
The event sizzled with announcements and discussionsFacebook introduced its high-profile switch, critics attacked Ethernet's shortfalls, experts scrutinised Wi-Fi, and silicon photonics took centre stage.
2009-06-10 Weighing in on the Intel-Wind River deal
With its acquisition of embedded software provide Wind River Systems Inc., Intel Corp. has unambiguously signaled that it is again attempting to diversify beyond X86 processors. We polled our U.S. and European editors to get their take on the deal.
2010-04-19 Virage Logics sets sight on subsystems
Virage Logic no longer sees itself as just a provider of a collection of IP cores, instead, it's betting on becoming a supplier of 'subsystems' that can be quickly embedded in SoCs for its licensees.
2009-06-05 Vendors fuel netbook hype at Computex
A handful of semiconductor companies announced new chips and software for netbooks and other mobile systems at the opening day of Computex.
2013-07-16 Understanding electron pairing in magnetic semiconductors
Researchers measured the energy required for electrons to pair up and how that energy varies with direction, and identified the factors needed for magnetically mediated superconductivity.
2010-09-23 UCLA uses nanowires as self-aligning gates on graphene transistors
UCLA researchers how that using nanowires as self-aligning gates overcomes the difficulties of fabricating graphene transistors.
2009-04-23 TSMC invests in R&D despite downturn
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd remains cautiously optimistic about the IC industry and vowed that it will continue to invest in R&D despite the downturn.
2013-12-09 Touchscreen panels for notebooks to ship 4.9M in Q4
After a decline in 2Q13 and a tepid expansion in Q3, demand for touchscreen panels used in notebooks is set to rebound to double-digit growth in Q4, forecasted IHS.
2012-11-20 Tooth tattoo sensor able to measure bacteria levels in mouth
A team of nanoscientists and bioengineers have developed an oral sensor which can measure the bacteria levels in the mouth, which could one day help dentists fine-tune their treatments for patients.
2008-10-15 The PC/104 evolution: PCIe in the mix
The PC/104 bus is an ISA-compatible, 3.550-inch x 3.775-inch, stackable board-level architecture that evolved from the MiniModule mezzanine bus fielded by Ampro Computer in 1987 and was standardized under the auspices of the PC/104 Consortium in 1992.
2008-12-15 The inspiration behind netbooks
Suddenly, Netbooks are all the rage. Turns out the UMPC (ultramobile) form factors were a bit too small and too expensive to make a mass market, but the Netbook is JUST RIGHT.
2012-07-04 The CMOS-mobile apps connection
The two biggest markets for logic chips are, of course, mobile (smartphone and tablet) and PC devices. These markets are now steering the technology direction and defining the winners and losers.
2015-01-12 Testing libraries target Intel Bay Trail processors
The VarioTAP libraries from Goepel enable flexible execution of processor emulation tests using the native debug port and allows users to use the processor for hardware design validation of prototypes.
2015-12-03 Tech co.'s enable interactive content delivery in Jakarta's taxis
Microsoft, NEC, Intel and Acer products and services have come together in an interactive taxi entertainment system in Jakarta. The interactivity feature is claimed to be the first of its kind in Asia.
2015-07-27 Tablet processor market drops in Q1
The tablet application processor market was only worth $733 million in 1Q15, which represented a decline in value of six per cent YoY, indicated Strategy Analytics.
2010-07-09 Tablet PCs bite into netbook, notebook sales
The success of tablet PC is expected to pull down sales of notebooks and netbooks, shifting some business away from x86 chips and Windows toward ARM-based processors and Google Android.
2010-11-25 Superscalar CPU executes two threads at once
Broadcom announced the development of a new MIPS-compatible CPU for its broadband SoCs.
2008-08-08 Superlattice electrolyte to drive cheaper fuel cells for cars
A superlattice electrolyte with far greater conductivity could significantly boost fuel cell efficiency while lowering costs when compared to current solid-oxide fuel cells.
2012-03-22 Supercapacitors to answer energy issues in portable electronics
An EC that combines the power performance of capacitors with the high energy density of batteries would represent a significant advance in energy storage technology.
2008-03-25 Super-compressed silane superconducts
A Canadian-German research team has reported what they say is the first evidence that superconductivity can occur in a common gaseous hydrogen compoundsilanewhen compressed to a solid at very high pressure.
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