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2009-05-05 Opinion: What's next for Nokia?
The recently concluded Nokia Developer Summit did not answer many big questions, but it raised a few. The biggest is: What's next for Nokia? And, almost as big, among all of its competitors, who should Nokia be most worried about
2016-04-13 NI enhances asset monitoring with new IIoT platform
NI unveiled a software solution for online condition monitoring that acquires and analyses sensory information, allows maintenance specialists to visualise data, and simplify the deployment of large of monitoring systems
2008-09-17 Network storage system reduces space, power use
Startup Greenbytes has emerged from stealth mode with unique algorithms that help reduce the size and power consumption of the rising tide of network-attached storage systems in the data center
2005-03-02 NEC plans fast commercialization of 12Gbps I/O scheme
So promising is an NEC-developed serial interface technology capable of sending and receiving digital data at 12Gbps that it is being pushed to commercialization within less than 18 months
2004-03-09 Motorola, Lucent seen struggling in UMTS infrastructure market
America's two big mobile phone infrastructure players, Lucent Technologies and Motorola Inc., are paying dearly for their lack of UMTS (or wideband CDMA) development, according to market researchers
2008-12-04 Mobile to beat PC, TV for consumer affection
Although the cellphone, the TV, and the computer have big roles to play, mobile devices will potentially replace TVs and computers as the electronic devices most central to people's lives
2012-04-11 MEMS in sports picks up momentum
Measuring human motion in 3D using MEMS sensors is becoming important in modern sports, with coaches and athletes themselves pushing for more qualitative and quantitative data about winning movements and individual technique
2014-08-26 Memory process roadmap soldiers on amid looming 3D tech
The constant reduction in feature sizes used to make ICs has improved memory-chip performance by increasing per-chip storage capacities, lowering power consumption, and improving data storage speed
2011-04-08 LTE shift impact raises questions
While LTE is sure to bring change extending from end user data plans to cellphones, back-end systems, chips, IP cores and patents, experts wonder how the shift to LTE will impact everyone
2015-07-23 Issues facing free-space optical test
Optical links may soon complement WiFi in some situations, with higher data rates, security and RFI resistance, but are engineers ready for the world of advanced optical test and measurement
2007-12-03 Is it a fab-lite diet for analogs, too?
As digital IDMs increasingly turn to foundries for their production needs, an inevitable question arises: Will the big analog IDMs follow the same path and move toward fab-lite or even fabless strategies
2015-03-20 IoT seen to drive MediaTek's growth
Whilst MediaTek expects to grow its share of the smartphone business for the next few years, it's also looking ahead to the next big sales driver: Internet of Things applications
2003-09-17 Interface deal links Artisan with Denali
Artisan Components Inc. and Denali Software Inc. have teamed to deliver near-turnkey IP for advanced double-data-rate DRAM interfaces on system-level chips
2007-07-09 Intel, AMD respin server chips for virtualization
The growing popularity of virtualization is having a big impact on server design, and Intel and AMD are redesigning MPUs to enable virtualization-friendly servers
2016-04-21 Intel's post-PC plan to take a short-term hit
The semiconductor giant marks the beginning of the end for the PC era, and shifts its investments in microchips that power data centers and Internet connected devices
2016-04-20 Intel to cut 12,000 jobs, shift investments for revenue growth
Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, says it will restructure itself to focus on "high-growth areas," including the IoT, data centre and memory and connectivity businesses
2005-06-20 Intel hits top in Wi-Fi chip shipments, says ABI Research
The volume of laptops sold every year is growing rapidly. The penetration of Wi-Fi into the laptop market is on a similar upward curve. Add the essential ingredient of an 802.11a/g Mini-PCI solution, mix in a big dose of marketing clout, and the result is that Intel has, in recent months, been steadily taking market share away from market leaders Broadcom and Atheros
2002-11-04 Infineon read-channel supports 2Gbps transfers
Infineon Technologies AG announced that it is sampling an HDD read-channel IC capable of transferring data serially at 2Gbps
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics
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
2012-04-09 IBM analytics to plumb universe's secret
IBM will harness water-cooled 3D chip sets to plumb the secrets of the universe by analyzing exabytes of data streaming in from the world's largest radio telescope to be constructed in 2024
2009-07-01 Huawei opens LTE lab in Tokyo
Long Term Evolution (LTE) gets a big boost forward with the establishment of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd's R&D lab in Japan Otemachi, Tokyo, Japan
2006-03-01 HSDPA boosts 3G network's capabilities
HSDPA offers theoretical data rates of up to 14Mbps and reduced latencies to support real-time applications. It also introduces a number of techniques that let network operators use and manage their valuable radio spectrum more efficiently
2006-05-01 Holography system rides single beam
Along with its promise of storing mammoth amounts of data, conventional holography technology presents developers with one big problemit requires two light beams that must be exposed from different directions.
2007-02-01 High-speed interconnects reshape board
A handful of high-speed interconnects are driving changes in how designers handle fast signals. The Scalable System Packet Interface from the Optical Internetworking Forum aims to carry data at 6Gbps and up between chips or boards in a communications system
2008-08-20 Group boosts viability of PCIe standard
The HyperTransport Consortium speeds up to boost both its chip-to-chip interconnect as well as a board-to-board version that has yet to gain market traction. This is in relation to PCI-SIG's next big leap in defining the PCIe 3.0 standard
2007-02-16 Finisar chair contemplates on fiber's future
Finisar chairman and CEO Jerry Rawls weighed in on single-mode fiber's rise in the data center and whether the shift from 10Gbit to 100Gbit Ethernet might be too much, too soon
2013-12-09 Financial ratios 101: Guide for engineers
A handful of ratios can provide quick visibility into any business, in which financial ratios serve as are early warning indicators, especially when presented as time-series data
2008-11-04 FAQs: RF design
RF is the wireless transmission of data by analog / digital radio signals at a particular frequency. It maintains a two-way, online radio connection between a mobile terminal and the stationed host terminal
2007-04-19 EPCIS ratification to 'have more impact' than Gen2 standard
The recent ratification of EPCIS could give a big boost to the RFID industry, by finally giving businesses a standard way to capture and share information collected by RFID chips
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