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2005-08-01 Little time, big decisions for 45nm node
Technologists face some tough decisions as they ponder which knobs to turn for the 45nm node.
2007-10-03 Acquisition equips Big Blue for design services
The acquisition by IBM of a sizeable chunk of Nokia Siemens Networks' R&D arm marks Big Blue's first big step into engineering design services.
2014-06-02 LEDs: Big lights come in small packages
Light emitting diodes are used in an increasing number of applications because although they are tiny devices, LEDs are able to emit a large amount of light.
2007-06-01 IBM gets on the road to 3D packaging
News that IBM Corp. this year will sample its first commercial devices to make direct metal connections between chips marks a small but significant milestone on the road to 3D packaging.
2007-06-26 IBM expands data center with green touch
IBM Corp. announced an $86 million "green data center" expansion in it's Boulder facility to help the company and its clients reduce energy costs.
2011-11-16 Buffett surprises IBM with $11B investment
Although self-professed to be technology averse, he recently became the largest stockholder of Big Blue with about 5.5 percent stake.
2015-03-30 Paving the way for Exascale computing
Here is an article that explores the promises and challenges surrounding Exascale computing, which is touted as the next big goal in supercomputer performance
2006-12-12 Sony Blu-ray gets cold reception
Internet discussions on Sony's Blu-ray show a general dislike for the HD format, which is a key component in the company's strategy for grabbing a big share of the HD consumer electronics market
2004-02-13 Xilinx in talks with IBM to revive foundry deal
Xilinx Inc. is renegotiating a foundry agreement with IBM Microelectronics in an effort to revive a plan for Big Blue to manufacture its FPGAs.
2014-01-27 Is IBM set to sell its remaining hardware biz?
After selling its HDD business to Hitachi in April 2001 for $2.05 billion and its desktop and notebook PC business to China's Lenovo for $1.75 billion, what is Big Blue planning to let go of next?
2008-06-20 IBM, Intel climb up Top 500 'most powerful' list
IBM Corp. and Intel Corp. share bragging rights in the latest release of the world's most powerful computers as Big Blue broke the petaflops barrier with its Roadrunner system while Intel snagged its biggest share of sockets ever in the Top 500 list.
2005-09-27 IBM, amid layoffs, scours globe for IT talent
Even as IBM completes plans to lay off 14,500 workers, Big Blue is continuing to scout for new IT talent and hiring professionals around the world.
2013-08-16 IBM outlines flash direction
IBM Flash Systems VP Michael Kuhn shared the details of Big Blue's road map which includes putting flash in DIMM slots.
2014-08-11 Quantum dots spray LCD screens with more vibrant colours
The quantum dot enhancement film (QDEF) technology developed by scientists at 3M produces blue, red, and green lightthe combination of which brings richer colours to screens
2008-08-12 Olympics ushers in new MEMS era
The 92,000 red, green, blue, yellow and white dots seen at the opening of the Beijing Olympics were the effects created by spectators waving MEMS-equipped electronic toy torches known as 'Waving Torch
2014-01-13 MediaTek's global strategy to benefit CEVA
CEVA's TeakLite DSP core, which is used in VIA Telecom's CDMA2000 baseband solution, will have its hands full on coming up with a big design win in MediaTek's SoC
2007-12-13 IBM to aid Hollywood's green efforts
Supporting Hollywood's green initiative, IBM announced it is applying its Project Big Green to uniquely address energy efficiency for the media and entertainment industry
2014-03-31 GPU clusters change the game in visual computing
Nvidia developed an approach to cluster GPUs, where they are linked and communicate with each other through PCIe or InfiniBand , allowing high-resolution visualisation of big data
2014-07-10 Ceva dives into connectivity IP market with RivieraWaves
The IP licensor is beefing up its portfolio with the $19 million acquisition of France-based vendor boasting blue chip semiconductor licensees, with expectations of raising its margins by 25 per cent in 2015
2007-10-17 Wipro to buy Nokia Siemens R&D unit in Berlin
Indian group Wipro Technologies is buying from Nokia Siemens Networks an R&D operation in Berlin, Germany that focuses on radio access development.
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.
2009-04-08 What's next after IBM-Sun merger talks fizzle?
With its proposed acquisition of Sun Microsystems apparently shelved, executives at IBM are breathing a sigh of relief while Sun managers need to figure out how to survive the on-going consolidation of the computer industry accelerated by the steep recession.
2014-12-18 What's hot at IEDM 2014?
The 2014 International Electron Devices Meeting proved that Moore's Law is still alive. The event was a victory lap for Intel, which gave more details on the 14nm finFET process.
2011-08-23 Viewpoint: Mobile era has begun
Rick Merritt believes that HP's possible change in priorities and Google's acquisition of Motorola officially started the mobile era in technology.
2009-05-04 Update: IBM faces union ire
Sparks were expected to fly at IBM Corp.'s shareholders last week, as a union is expected to urge the company to stop cutting and offshoring U.S. jobs.
2009-06-15 Top 10 electronics blunders
Every once in awhile, electronics firms or individuals who work for them do something that makes everyone else in the industry scratch their heads and, perhaps, wince. These are actions and decisions thatwhile they may seem perfectly logical to those making the decisionsdon't really add up in the minds of most people.
2000-12-01 Taking the necessary risks in design
This technology news article describes the risks that are necessary for setting up design roadmaps for engineers.
2012-06-19 Sequoia secures IBM's comeback in Top 500 computers
Sequoia consumes a whopping 7.89 MW of power, second only to the K Computer, which gulps 12.65 MW.
2005-05-25 Report: Apple explores use of Intel chips
In what would be a major shift in the computer world, Apple reportedly is talking with Intel about using its chips in its Macintosh line.
2007-11-16 Parted partners reconcile in multicore drive
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc., which had a parting of ways after co-developing the Power microprocessor in the 1990s, have reunited their efforts through the Power.org group.
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