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2016-05-09 3 factors that will shake supply chain tech in 2016
Developments such as the rising volume of data within an organisation as well as the increasing trend of digitalisation are alarmingly affecting how supply chains operate nowadays
2002-12-19 Memory sector drives semiconductor market in '02
Worldwide DRAM revenue reached $16.2 billion in 2002, a 36.7 percent increase from 2001, according to preliminary statistic released by Dataquest Inc.
2003-09-01 Analyzing ADC noise impacts on wireless systems
Noise generated from an ADC can have a big impact on channel performance, so while number of ADCs in a wireless system increase designers must effectively know what impact this noise will have
2013-12-27 Tektronix Comms buys wireless network monitoring firm
Tektronix acquired Newfield Wireless, which develops wireless network monitoring software used by network engineering, customer service, and marketing, depending on the data acquired
2014-05-02 SSD makers extend offerings to workload applications
Micron, SanDisk, and Samsung are capitalising on soaring demand for flash in data centres, developing workload-optimised SSD platforms with varied write capabilities that target the entire enterprise spectrum. The global SSD market is thus expected to jump by 30 per cent, reaching $12.4 billion this year, according to IHS iSuppli
2014-10-22 SK Hynix develops 16GB DDR4 NVDIMM on 20nm class technology
SK Hynix' NVDIMM can send DRAM data to NAND Flash whose density is twice that of the DRAM in an unanticipated power loss by combining DRAM, NAND Flash and the module controller in a single module
2015-08-19 Rambus goes fabless with DDR4 server memory chipset
Rambus said its new DDR4 RDIMM and LRDIMM chipset make a big difference in server-based memory performance by delivering increased speed, reliability and power efficiency
2015-10-12 Q'comm enters server market with Xilinx, Mellanox deal
The move by the company is deemed important given its big data centre customers are exploring FPGAs as co-processors and carriers are adopting novel communication architectures such as NFV.
2014-12-10 OPF eyes more Power innovations, partners
IBM's OPF assists in building U.S. DOE's Coral next-generation supercomputers. It also helps in processing big data and developing flash memory applications that support its CAPI interconnect.
2013-11-25 Omron looks to enhance blood pressure monitors
According to the company, in order to win the next-generation smart healthcare battle, it is important to develop a technology that can sense, track, accumulate, analyze and send data to doctors
2016-02-23 Nokia to be 5G-ready by 2017, says CEO
The communications and IT company intends to go big on its investment on 5G mobile networks to support the IoT technology, and also plans on making a comeback in the smartphone market
2014-10-02 Market smarts: How to guarantee a successful supply chain
The ideas of supply chain collaboration, big data and sustainable supply chains are being transformed into real-world applications. This transformation is good news for midmarket electronics manufacturers, who can use it to drive product improvement and market growth.
2012-04-18 Living with the Internet of Things
The emergence of the Internet of Things has created such a flood of data that only state-of-the-art information technology can gather, filter, order and interrogate the resulting, massive data set, generically called Big Data.
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
2015-03-06 IBM strengthens Watson's platform with AlchemyAPI buy
IBM will integrate AlchemyAPI's deep learning technology into Watson, augmenting Watson's ability to quickly identify hierarchies and understand relationships within large volume data sets
2014-03-03 IBM competition spurs Watson-based app development
The IBM Watson Group has launched an app-building competition using the Watson technology to analyse, and discover answers and insights to complex questions from massive amounts of disparate data
2012-12-03 HP eyes memristors as alternative to server CPUs
HP Labs sees memristors as one of several new types of chips which could take centre stage in the coming disruptive changes in data centre technologies. HP is also eyeing ARM and Atom based servers
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.
2014-08-12 Flash Summit drives memory innovation
The biggest takeaway of the Flash Memory Summit was on the breadth and depth of work to turn solid-state drives into processing nodes for big data centres.
2014-12-22 Deep learning holds key to boost robot intelligence
European Automation sees deep learning as a set of algorithms that machines use to model high level abstractions in data, which allows computers to see objects and understand what they are
2012-03-02 WSTS membership pull out: A wrong move for Intel, AMD
Any industry, whether it's automobiles, semiconductor or veeblefetzers, will begin?once it stops collecting data within the industry?to lose a significant measure of its economic and political power in the greater world
2008-11-03 Wrong directions
Have you ever been misled by your own e-navigation device? Stuff happens, but Jack Ganssle says that users are also responsible for the odd data they get
2008-01-09 Wireless: Ripe for global takeover
The PC era is all but over, replaced by a faster-growing market that places greater emphasis on equipment connectivity; ease of use; and data generation, distribution and processing
2008-10-10 WiMAX Goes Live; Now Comes the Hard Part
It's official: the fledging WiMAX broadband network is finally getting rolling, with companies such as Lenovo, Toshiba and Nokia announcing a number of products (or extensions of previous products) that will take advantage of the competitor to cellular and home data-delivery markets
2009-04-13 Will foundry rebound last?
Amid a major downturn, the silicon foundry market is expected to see a big rally in Q2and perhaps beyond. But the real question is clear: Will the momentum last
2004-05-24 WiBro to bridge 3G, 4G technologies
WiBro will play a big role in bridging 3G and 4G wireless systems with its Pre-4G lineup, said a professor from Seo-Kang University
2015-05-29 What's the deal with the Avago-Broadcom M&A?
This merger begs a big question: Where will Broadcom integration vision turn? Will Broadcom's team be allowed to sustain its discipline in execution? Most important, will Henry Samueli stay
2009-05-21 What font do you want in your handset?
According to some experts, the next big thing on your handset screen is printed text. A multitude of typeface fonts are said by some to be the new battleground for mobile handset applications
2004-12-27 VoIP pioneer predicts a roiling 2005 for IP telephony
Open source software communications will begin to influence the VoIP market in a big way next year, according to VoIP pioneer Jeff Pulver
2007-09-20 Vietnam reaches for electronics dreamdespite hurdles
The Saigon Hi-Tech Park looks a little more than a flattened patch of land on the dusty outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, but like the country itself, it's a place with big dreams that look set to become a realityhurdles notwithstanding
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