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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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2011-12-07 Recent discovery reveals graphene stripes
Graphitic superconductors have been shown to contain electronic stripes called 'charge density waves.'
2013-09-11 RapidIO based platform touts 20Gbit/s switching
The RapidIO-based reference platform from IDT supports up to 48 advanced mezzanine card based compute nodes per chassis, with intra-chassis backplane communication speeds up to 20Gbit/s.
2014-10-14 Radical polymers bring novel benefits to PV cells, batteries
Purdue University researchers developed an emerging class of electrically conductive plastics that promise transparent solar cells and ultrathin antistatic coatings for consumer electronics and aircraft.
2013-10-09 Quark brings uncertainty for Intel's SoC strategy
Quark uses ARM's AMBA bus interconnect and runs alongside a legacy serial bus to blocks, such as the GPIO and real-time clock, separate from PCI Express and other serial interfaces.
2009-08-14 Q2 microprocessor shipments up 10%
Microprocessor shipments rose in Q2 but IDC warns the increase does not reflect the return of significant end demand for PCs.
2016-02-03 Promising 2D material opens path for next-gen spintronics
Researchers from NUS and Yale-NUS College have established the mechanisms for spin motion in molybdenum disulphide (MoS2), an emerging 2D material that shows potential for low-power devices.
2015-10-06 Prolonging battery lifetime using heat
Researchers from California Institute of Technology revealed how higher temperatures can break down the dendrites that grow within electrodes inside a rechargeable battery cell.
2008-07-30 Processor battle moves to consumer computing
In principle, consumer computing devices can use any processor powerful enough to run a full-featured browser. In practice, however, two contenders stand head and shoulders above the rest: ARM, the champion of handsets, and Intel, king of the PC.
2012-11-22 Predictions abound as to who lands Intel's CEO title
Analysts propose both likely and least expected candidates who may take over the chief executive post to be vacated by Paul Otellini by May 2013.
2009-01-08 Portland welcomes 4G WiMAX service
Clearwire has made Portland home to one of the first 4G WiMAX wireless broadband services in the world, dubbed as Clear.
2012-10-15 Plasmonics show promise for optically induced electronics
Rice University researchers are doping graphene with light in a way that could lead to the more efficient design and manufacture of electronics, as well as novel security and cryptography devices.
2013-09-17 Physicists create polymer with tunable colours for white OLED
University of Utah physicists inserted platinum metal atoms at different intervals along a chain-like organic polymer, allowing the plastic-like polymer to emit light of different colours.
2002-03-13 Photonic crystals seen enabling optical circuits
German researchers have developed a technique that could be used to construct tiny photonic crystals, enabling the construction of all-optical circuits.
2010-09-16 PCs, servers demo next-generation Intel CPUs
Intel's 32nm Sandy Bridge architecture, which uses a ring bus to link x86 and graphics cores with cache and I/O, is on track for delivery in 2H 2011.
2011-02-14 PCI/104-Express SBC embeds for rugged apps
Advanced Digital Logic's ADLD25PC single board computer is designed for applications in harsh environments including transportation, military and aerospace.
2015-02-20 PC/104 updates connector spec with space-saving option
The PCIe/104 OneBank allows designers to stack boards using a complementary format that frees up PCB real estate for additional components as well as potential cost savings.
2009-05-18 PC processor market decline slows down
Worldwide PC microprocessor shipments fell for the second consecutive quarter in the first quarter, down 10.9 percent from Q4 08, according to IDC. The market research firm described the sequential decline as slightly more than that which typically occurs between Q4 and Q1, believing that the market's decline is slowing.
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2009-02-16 Panel questions future of MID market
The outlook is unclear for mobile Internet devices (MIDs) according to a panel of marketing executives at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC).
2009-12-02 Panel PC controls lighting, HVAC automatically
Quanmax debuts an all-in-one controller with 5-wire resistive touch screen and 10.1-inch monitor for increased readability.
2009-09-24 Otellini: Intel to make more SoCs than PC CPUs
Chip giant Intel Corp. will someday ship more SoC devices than PC processors, according to CEO Paul Otellini's keynote at the Intel Developer Forum.
2010-10-15 Otellini says Intel to take tablet market
The Intel CEO declared that the company will use all the assets at their disposal to win the segment, as he reported record revenues for Q3 10.
2005-07-18 Organic molecule switches like a transistor
University researchers have successfully demonstrated a single-molecule switch and transistor.
2013-06-27 Oracle, IBM race for server processor lead
IBM's Power 8 will go head to head with Oracle's M6 and Bixby server processors during this year's high performance chips symposium.
2014-04-16 Optical diode intensifies light in one direction
Employing parity-time (PT) symmetry, the diode intensifies the light transmission by as much as 17 times with only an input of 1?W, enabling devices that need less input power.
2010-07-09 Open source software battle heats up
In parallel with the rapid development of mobile computing, various Linux-based OS pop up one after anotherfrom Android, LiMo, MeeGo, Ubuntu to webOS.
2011-10-11 OEMs looking into LTE-Advanced
LTE-Advanced is already garnering interest from component manufacturers, according to a new report by Heavy Reading.
2013-06-03 NXP, ST top car ASSP semiconductor market
IHS revealed that NXP last year posted automotive infotainment ASSP revenue of $459 million, giving it a market share of 15 per cent.
2013-01-09 Nvidia, Qualcomm take lead in apps processors
According to reports from Strategy Analytics, Nvidia took the lead in the tablet market while Qualcomm lead in the smartphone space.
2010-01-12 Nvidia Tegra 2 processor targets tablet PCs
Nvidia unveiled its ARM-based Tegra 2 processor that appears to be aimed at tablet PCs and could show the future direction for mainstream processors to combine CPU, graphics and video functions.
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