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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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2008-12-22 Nvidia bids to dislodge Intel as rivalry gets ugly
Intel and Nvidia are entering into a new, nasty phase of competition. What's at stake? Only the future of the personal computer.
2014-06-30 NV memory: Significance of filament size and shape
Many presenters in VLSI 2014 are seeking to improve performance and increase the understanding of ReRAM/RRAM operation. However, there is still no clear winner when it comes to material or memory type.
2011-02-16 Nokia-Microsoft pact casts doubt on Finn's leadership
Nokia will make Windows Phone its primary smartphone OS and use Microsoft's smartphone developer tools. It will however struggle to differentiate its products from those of other Microsoft handset OEMs.
2014-03-19 Nissan probes into electron activity to prolong battery life
Nisan, along with other researchers, has developed an analysis method to observe and monitor the active materials within electrodes for boosting the battery performance of zero emission EVs.
2013-05-29 Next-gen Haswell adds integrated voltage regulator
Intel recently revealed that the next iteration of its Haswell processors will pack an integrated voltage regulator, eliminating several external third party chips.
2010-05-24 New Renesas chief shares renaissance roadmap
Yasushi Akao, president of Renesas Electronics said the company's priority is to make hard choices, lay out clear timelines and action plans and do all this in barely three months.
2013-05-10 New process enables control of nanochemical sensors
Engineers from UIC discovered a technique for modulating and controlling the sensitivity of graphene chemical sensors by manipulating the chemical properties of the insulating layer.
2010-02-03 New method enables pure graphene fabrication
Penn State researchers claim to have perfected a method of fabricating pure sheets of carbon semiconductor, called graphene, on 100mm (4-inch) wafers.
2009-01-26 Netbooks: good for consumers, bad for the tech economy?
The netbook phenomenon is a good example of what's happening in the broader marketplace: Spendthrift consumers are looking for ways to cut back, and retailers and manufacturers are sometimes having to settle for lower profits as a result.
2009-09-17 Netbooks push laptops to up battery life
Netbooks shook the computing arena as they cost a couple of hundred dollars less than laptops, offered lower performance, as they were supposed to, but offered better battery life.
2009-01-07 Netbook bandwagon welcomes new processors, chips
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. is trying to drive netbooks to lower price points with a new ARM-based processor while Nvidia wants to ratchet up their performance with a more muscular graphics chip.
2005-12-09 NEC touts nanobridge, 45nm feats at IEDM
NEC has announced an enhanced three-terminal Nanobridge switch that will be the basis of a novel form of FPGA. The so-called cell-based IC is expected to be one-tenth the size of the equivalent FPGA.
2009-05-20 Navteq, Intel drive LBS support for MIDs
Navteq has announced that Intel Corp. has joined the partner zone program on the Navteq Network for Developers web portal.
2014-04-16 Nanowire manipulation yields boosted optical devices
Years of research at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have resulted in developments including hexagonal crystal structure in the GaAs nanowires, which facilitates material effectiveness in solar cells and LEDs.
2002-08-21 Nanoscale metal deposition eyed for MRAMs
A new technique for fabricating magnetic tunnel junctions would enable MRAMs to be economically manufactured, according to researchers here at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
2010-09-22 MPU, chipset prices reduced by Intel
Canaccord Genuity technology analyst Bobby Burleson said he believes that Intel has lowered its prices for microprocessors and chipsets in an attempt to stimulate demand.
2013-12-17 Moore's Law may not be a dead end after all
Henry Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom, said that on a positive note, the looming certainty of Moore's Law could push companies such as Broadcom to be more clever about design possibilities.
2015-02-18 Molybdenum disulfide shows silicon-like properties
Graphene is often touted as a replacement for silicon due to its extremely high conductivity and unbeatable thinness, but Penn Researchers revealed that molybdenum disulfide is worth taking a second look.
2013-01-16 Molecular motors in development, says Nature journal
Researchers from various backgrounds are currently developing a multi-component molecular motor which could help pave the way for nanoscale devices.
2015-04-13 Mobile processor from Intel targets IoT, wearables
In his keynote speech at the IDF, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich stressed the need for Intel and the developer community to offer leading-edge technologies to China across various products and industries.
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning.
2013-02-21 Mobile handset IC firms ride market ups and downs
IHS revealed that Qualcomm reigned supreme with 31 per cent market revenue share in the market for application-specific mobile handset core ICs while Samsung came in second.
2014-01-29 MIT team shows method to control nanoscale diamond sensors
The control technique allows the tiny sensors to monitor how magnetic fields change over time, such as when neurons in the brain transmit electrical signals to each other.
2013-07-08 MIT researchers develop all-optical transistor
The researchers describe an optical switch controlled by a single photon that allows light to govern the transmission of light intended for new designs for both classical and quantum computers.
2011-09-06 MIT launches center for graphene-based tech
MIT has announced the creation of MIT-CG, a center that will explore advanced technologies geared toward the development of graphene-based materials, devices and systems.
2011-04-29 MIPS gains early access to Honeycomb
MIPS has started porting Honeycomb to its architecture, allowing it to develop MIPS-based tablets and Google TV products, and belying claims that MIPS will be excluded from the Android ecosystem.
2012-09-06 Microsoft, Intel alliance declines as Wintel weakens
IHS revealed that Wintel' share of the "new" computer market is expected to drop, a category consisting not just of PCs but also of the much faster-growing smartphone and media tablet segments.
2014-08-22 Microsoft dives into sub-$200 laptop market
The tech giant has partnered with several laptop manufacturers to develop lower-end, Windows-run laptops positioned as a Google Chromebook alternative.
2011-11-28 Microserver chip features 1.2GHz clock speed
Intel's Pentium 350 has no integrated graphics component, but has a low thermal design power of 15W.
2002-04-12 Microscope probes atomic wave functions
A team of Dutch and French researchers has built a microscope that can see atomic wave functions.
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