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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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2014-09-24 Subatomic spins control current in plastic LEDs
Physicists at the University of Utah read the subatomic "spins" in the centres or nuclei of hydrogen isotopes, and used the data to control current that powered light in a cheap, plastic LED.
2005-08-03 Sub-angstrom microscope targets nanotechnology
FEI Co. unveiled the new device at the Microscopy & Microanalysis conference this week in Honolulu. FEI claims its commercial instrument resolves at the sub-angstrom scale for the first time.
2010-09-08 STBs struggle out of rut
The launch of the AppleTV gives STB makers a glimpse into a hopeful future where their product will be able to offer more services and will be given more respect and attention.
2010-12-21 Spintronics to enable quantum data storage on individual atoms
University of Utah researchers demonstrated how to store quantum information on individual atoms, rather than electrons, via spintronics. They achieved a refresh time of 112 seconds—thousands of times longer than memorories storing information on electron spin—by reading and writing spin onto phosphorus atoms in a silicon substrate.
2008-03-27 Speedy chip secret ingredient: Carbon
Researchers at the University of Maryland claim that carbon transistors could outperform the fastest chip materials, including indium antimonide.
2009-03-06 Software platform to drive in-car infotainment
Microsoft gave a glimpse to the upcoming release update of its Automotive software platform at the Embedded World trade show. The platform is intended to form the key element of a future in-vehicle infotainment ecosystem.
2011-08-09 Software platform for automotive infotainment
The latest version of the Wind River platform for infotainment is a software that automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers can use to develop sophisticated in-vehicle infotainment devices.
2012-02-13 SoC vendors to gain from small cell market
Multiple chip architectures are in pursuit of the small cell market with shipments forecasted to reach $14 billion by 2015.
2013-11-28 Smartphones, tablets push process market in 2013
Worldwide processor shipments are forecast to reach 1.50 billion units by the end of this year, up from 1.21 billion in 2012, stated IHS.
2013-02-27 Smartphones redefine cell phone chip market
In the market for application-specific mobile handset core ICs such as baseband and radio-frequency semiconductors, Qualcomm reigned with 31 per cent market revenue share, said IHS.
2013-05-15 Smartphone, tablet apps processors market soared in 2012
The market for smartphone and tablet apps processors rose 60 per cent and 83 per cent respectively in 2012, fuelled by the continuous increase in mobile device usage.
2009-06-03 Smartbooks to take center stage at Computex
Freescale Semiconductor and Qualcomm Inc. are minting smartbooks, ARM- and Linux-based portables, at Computex Taipei 2009.
2011-01-11 Shift in computing seen as Windows starts running on ARM
Announcements that Microsoft's next version of Windows will run on ARM together and Nvidia will deliver a complete range of ARM chips for computing portend a major change in computing.
2012-10-25 Servergy ready to pit IBM's servers vs x86, ARM
Servergy enters an increasingly crowded field, opting to use energy efficient servers using IBM's power.
2013-06-21 Sensor determines sound direction through light
A sensor developed within SINTEF's MiNaLab gives microphones hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction.
2005-06-13 Semiconductor technologies for power management (Part 1)
Understand better why ICs and discrete transistors require very different methods of fabrication.
2011-05-20 Seeing through Intel's mixed signals
EE Time's Rick Merritt scrutinizes Intel's claims and figureless charts, and believes the company can do better with all its brilliant engineers and managers.
2007-10-22 Seashells inspire ultrathin yet ultrastrong materials
A University of Michigan engineering professor has succeeded in creating an ultrathin material as strong as steel by embedding nanomaterial in an organic polymer matrix, mimicking the way oysters embed calcium carbonate into an organic matrix to create seashells.
2010-07-13 SBC makes smart railway, mobile displays
From MEN Mikro Elektronik comes the SC21 single-board computer (SBC) for intelligent displays for use in the railway and mobile markets.
2012-11-21 Samsung to debut ARM-based SoC at ISSCC
Several major new microprocessors will be showcased at next year's International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Samsung's SoC using ARM A15 and A7 cores and Renesas' 28nm integrated handset SoC are some of the expected unveilings.
2010-11-02 RPI shows vapor tunes graphene bandgap
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute claims to have discovered a simple method that uses water vapor to control the opening of the bandgap in graphene, pushing closer to the use of the carbon sheets for semiconductors.
2016-04-13 Room temp superconductors soon to come
Corrected theories by several research groups resulted to improved technology as far as superconductors are concerned. Find out how room-temperature superconductors are being developed in this article.
2006-08-02 Researchers tackle spintronic capabilities
Princeton University researchers experimented with different crystalline lattice architectures to optimize spintronic capabilities.
2012-11-08 Researchers find hurdles for future chips
Researchers have demonstrated that electrical current can be drastically reduced when wires from two dissimilar metals meet.
2012-04-20 Research reveals Li-ion batteries with carbon nanoparticles
A team of researchers has developed a lithium-sulfur battery that has porous carbon nanoparticles that use sulfur molecules to achieve what they claim as the greatest possible efficiency.
2009-03-31 Report: PC market to go 'slightly up'
It may not be a recovery, but the PC market's slide seems to be slowing down according to a financial analyst firm.
2009-07-02 Report: Netbook shipments to hit 59M by 2013
A new report by Semico Research stated that about 59 million netbooks will ship in 2013, nearly 22 percent of the mobile PC market and up almost five-fold from 2008.
2013-04-03 Report: Lenovo to hire more design engineers
Lenovo intends to expand its IC design team to about 100 engineers by mid-2013, 40 of which will be hired from Shenzhen and 60 in Beijing, according to a China-based industry source.
2010-10-14 Renesas pushes beyond MCUs
The world's third largest semiconductor company is planning to use its position as the leader in microcontrollers to sell more power management ICs.
2013-12-10 Reducing coal to numerous graphene quantum dots
Researchers from Rice University created a simple method for mass-producing graphene quantum dots from coal that could be used in medical imaging as well as sensing, electronic and PV applications.
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