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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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2012-10-31 Merritt: Two Burning questions for ARM
EE Times' own Rick Merritt is bringing two critical questions regarding ARM's first 64bit design and the advantages of its big/little concept on mobile workloads to the company's TechCon event.
2013-03-25 Memory prototype made up of mineral, graphene
EPFL researchers have developed a flash memory prototype that leverages the electronic capabilities of the mineral molybdenite and the conductivity of graphene.
2010-08-30 Meet Bobcat and Bulldozer
AMD presented Bulldozer and Bobcatthe company's first new x86 cores designed from a clean sheet of paper in 10 yearsat the Hot Chips conference last Tuesday. The cores are key to AMD's competitive strategy against archrival Intel.
2009-06-04 Media phone buzz hits Computex
ARC International is pushing media phones at this year's Computex, adding fuel to a heavily charged level of hype and excitement at one of the largest high-tech trade shows in Asia
2011-09-12 Measuring Hall effect in materials characterization
The ability to make precise Hall effect measurements becomes increasingly important as the need to characterize high mobility materials becomes increasingly critical.
2014-06-09 Manufactured sulphur cathode allows up to 500 cycles
The sulphur used in the Li-S cathode is combined with a carbon-based plastic precursor to prevent them from cracking and keep lithium-sulphur compounds from crystallizing under the stress of cycling.
2009-08-05 Magnetic superatoms could make faster PCs
Virginia Commonwealth University scientists have uncovered a magnetic superatom that one day may be used to create molecular electronic devices for the next generation of faster computers with larger memory storage.
2014-08-01 Made-in-Vietnam: The mark of first Intel Haswell
The chip giant is looking to ramp up its Vietnam operations to support the manufacture of 80 per cent of its desktop processors supplied worldwide. Intel Products Vietnam successfully produced the first of its 4th generation core processors via 22nm FinFET process.
2015-11-05 M2M/IoT gateway market to exceed $1B in revenues in 2021
ABI Research estimates that worldwide annual shipments of M2M/IoT gateway devices for commercial and industrial applications will grow at about 20 per cent CAGR in the next six years.
2010-08-19 Low-cost embedded box PC embeds normal temp apps
Kontron's embedded box PC achieves lower cost by operating in the limited ambient temperature range of -15°C to +60°C.
2010-10-19 Looking into Broadcom's Beceem bid
Broadcom's offer for Beceem aims to obtain technology that has seen "a lot more of the market and a fuller team," says Scott Bibaud, general manager of the mobile platforms group, Broadcom.
2011-05-13 Look at all angles when right-sourcing electronic designs
Companies must right-source any design project, use its designers' experience, skills and bandwidth, or in cases where these are unavailable, look for best-in-class implementation and verification sources.
2012-03-30 Liquid-like material to pave way for new thermoelectric devices
The researchers studied a material made from copper and selenium that exhibits liquid-like behaviors due to the way its copper atoms flow through the selenium's crystal lattice.
2011-08-22 Linux platform offers integrated graphics
Wind River has released its Linux 4 Update Pack 2, the latest release of its commercial embedded Linux runtime and development platform.
2011-01-13 Light-modified graphene may be used to develop reliable sensors
A research paper shows that when graphene is coated with light-sensitive polymers, its electrical properties can be controlled precisely and consequently exploited. This finding is expected to aid in the development of graphene-based electronic devices.
2011-11-21 Li-ion cells with 10x capacity under development
Researchers at Northwestern University haveÿcreated a new electrode for lithium-ion batteries that could improve charge rate and energy capacity.
2014-10-28 Li-ion batteries contain toxic halogens
A research has found that most of the electrolytes used in Li-ion batteries contain halogens, and that the electrolytes could be replaced with halogen-free ones that are both nontoxic and environmentally friendly.
2009-02-18 LG, Intel cruise to 'Moorestown'
LG Electronics and Intel Corp. are collaborating on Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) based on Intel's next-generation MID hardware platform codenamed "Moorestown" and Linux-based Moblin ver 2.0 software platform. The LG device is expected to be one of the first Moorestown designs to market.
2010-11-25 Lasers encode quantum hard drives
A team from the California Institute of Technology has demonstrated a device which they say leads the way to quantum hard drives.
2012-07-02 Kontron M2M developer kit receives PTCRB certification
Kontron's M2M service developer kit complies with mobile network operator requirements and helps streamline M2M application carrier approvals.
2014-05-09 JPMorgan: Mobile is unprofitable for Intel
The chip giant's mobile and communications group suffered a $3.1 billion operating loss in 2013. JPMorgan Chase analysts believe that exiting the mobile segment will be Intel's ticket back to profitability.
2004-02-20 Japanese firms create switching tech for programmable LSI devices
NEC Corp., National Institute for Materials Science, and the Japan Science and Technology Agency have announced the development of a switching technology, called NanoBridge, that migrate metal atoms in a solid electrolyte to be able to manufacture programmable LSI devices.
2009-06-11 iSuppli: Intel MPU shares slide in Q1
Chip giant Intel Corp.'s year-long streak of sequential market-share gains in the microprocessor business ended in Q1 09, as rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. staged a comeback, according to iSuppli Corp.
2014-06-06 Issues on Internet of Things and security
Know why the smart grid does not follow the pervasive IoT fantasy projections, and how real IoT deployments are made to better manage valuable resources.
2009-08-10 Is TSMC delaying high-k again?
TSMC appears to have delayed its high-k/metal-gate technologyby at least three quarters or more.
2014-11-24 Iron pyrite holds promise for cheaper solar cells
UW-Madison researchers found that iron pyrite, a compound that makes a mineral commonly known as fool's gold, could be an ideal material for manufacturing efficient, yet less-costly solar cells.
2009-06-25 Intel: Fab tool market savior?
Intel Corp. continues to fund technologies and procure fab-equipment, but behind the scenes, the company is investing in some companies and brokering deals for others, reportedly including ASM International NV and NuFlare Technology Inc., sources said.
2010-06-04 Intel-powered rugged system tailored for harsh setups
Adlink Technology is rolling out the RuffSystem 735 designed for ruggedness and reliability in mission-critical applications where other systems would fail.
2009-07-01 Intel-Nokia deal brings mobile, PC, CE convergence closer
The partnership between Intel and Nokia brings the best of both worlds to both companies, and emphasizes the trend of convergence between the mobile, PC and consumer electronics industries.
2011-06-01 Intel, Ubiquisys team up to create intelligent small cells
Ubiquisys and Intel are co-developing dual-mode 3G/LTE small cells, which are powerful computing platforms that will bring the IP cloud closer to mobile users and machines.
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