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2015-05-26 Vishay unveils 600V fast body diode MOSFETs
The Vishay Siliconix SiHx21N60EF, SiHx47N60EF and SiHx70N60EF promises to boost reliability and save energy in industrial, telecom, computing and renewable energy applications
2010-06-01 Self-assembling protein to enable faster computing
A protein found in every cell of the human body, could become a self-assembler of future information processing systems that are smaller, faster and cheaper than today's computer circuitry
2005-06-01 Programming GPUs for general computing
GPU-based computing is conceptually straightforward, and a variety of high-level languages and software tools can simplify programming
2011-04-07 IEEE boosts cloud computing with design guide, standard
The IEEE P2301 working group will produce a guide for cloud portability and interoperability profiles while the P2302 group will define standards to ensure interoperability between cloud services.
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.
2014-10-29 Should wearable devices be invisible?
Wearables and other digital devices should be heard and not seen, says product design consultant Stuart Karten.
2003-08-14 Xybernaut receives patent in Japan
Xybernaut Corp. has been granted a patent by the Japan Patent Office for protective garments integrated with portable computing/comms systems
2010-06-01 OLPC taps Marvell Moby for XO tablet PCs
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) and Marvell Technology have teamed up to jointly develop a family of next-generation OLPC XO tablet computers based on the Marvell Moby reference design.
2012-12-26 Nanotech research advance new quantum computers
A*STAR researchers reveal that scanning tunnelling microscopy of super benzene oligomers offer a plan for creating new types of quantum computers based on information localized inside molecular bonds.
2011-02-11 Mobile apps platform claims 60% power reduction
Texas Instruments' 28nm OMAP 5 offers up to 3x processing performance and five-fold 3D graphics improvement at nearly 60 percent average power reduction compared to the OMAP 4 platform.
2010-06-10 ExaScience lab rises in Belgium
Intel Corp., IMEC and five Flemish universities have set up the Flanders ExaScience Lab at the IMEC research facilities in Leuven, Belgium.
2010-04-30 ESC keynoter takes audience back to the future
Professor Michio Kaku treated a keynote at the ESC to a blitzkrieg of futurism that included molecular computing, teleportation, and toilets that will be way too smart for your own good
2006-11-13 ERNI offers ATCA-compliant power connector
ERNI is offering an ATCA-compliant power connector designated for use in Zone 1 as specified by PICMG 3.0.
2007-10-26 ATCA advocates seek to open up software features
Proponents of the ATCA platform are pressing for new initiatives to woo more large telecom OEMs to open standards.
2009-03-20 Analysis: Why IBM-Sun merger makes sense
A possible merger of IBM Corp. and Sun Microsystems makes business sense and has significant implications for the Sparc and Power microprocessors as well as Java software.
2003-10-06 Altera FPGAs enable medical 3D examination technology
The FPGAs from Altera Corp. have enabled 3D-Computing Inc. to develop a three-dimensional complete body screening technology that both companies claim will revolutionize the use of positron emission tomography in the medical field.
2014-10-10 Specs available for 400Gb/s interoperable hot pluggable modules
Aimed at resource-hungry applications in telco, networking and enterprise computing environments, the CDFP interface enables 25Gb/s over 16 lanes for an aggregate of 400Gb/s on a single module
2013-11-26 Focus on no wires, no batteries at Embedded Technology 2013
Japanese chip suppliers are now squarely focused on pushing ready-to-use modulescomplete with software, sensors, and connectivity chips.
2009-05-04 USB 2.0 OVP device packs high-speed ESD protection
ON Semiconductor has developed the NCP362, claimed to be the industry's first overvoltage protection (OVP) device with both integrated current protection and high-speed ESD protection for USB 2.0 applications in portable, telecom, consumer and computing systems
2008-08-11 Nvidia revs up GeForce GPU line
Nvidia Corp. introduces three new desktop GeForce 9 Series GPUs that bring support for Nvidia PhysX technology and CUDA general-purpose parallel computing to mainstream PC computing markets
2008-08-05 Isolated DC/DC converters fit high-density apps
FDK Corp. has expanded its Sensei Series of isolated DC/DC converters with the addition of the FPER48T5R020 and the FPER48T01210 eighth brick converters. They have a low body profile of 0.421-inch, making them particularly suitable for high density card-rack applications
2014-09-05 If Moore's Law hangs back, revert to using old nodes
As the cost of scaling below 28nm multiplies, there has been a corresponding push to create new designs at established nodes using everything from near-threshold computing to back biasing and analogue sensors
2012-06-14 HSA group to simplify programming models
The non-profit consortium was established to define and promote an open, standards-based approach to heterogeneous computing that will provide a common hardware specification and support
2011-11-29 How FPGAs boost medical imaging
Learn how field-programmable gate arrays and other computing elements can enhance imaging techniques such as optical coherence tomography
2003-01-09 High-performance socket targets BGAs
A solderless GHz ZIF socket from Ironwood Electronics makes it possible to socket 1mm-pitch, 40mm-body BGA ICs with power dissipation up to 35W
2013-12-23 ENISA rolls industrial control good-practice guide for CERTs
The guide serves to prevent security problems using ENISA's body of expertise covering technical and scientific aspects of security, and working as a European Agency
2014-06-11 Wearables, IoT gang up on memory for low-power boosts
IoT, wearables and sensors pose one of the big challenges for memory, which is to find a way to extend the battery life and make the small, light devices last more than one day.
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications.
2013-12-26 Utilise PSoC for heart rate monitor
Read about a heart rate monitor design using programmable system-on-a-chip.
2011-09-05 USB switch boasts 2.0, 3.0 standards compliance
Diodes Inc. introduces the AP337 device which is a 1A single-channel, integrated, high-side power switch is optimized for both self-powered and bus-powered applications, and other 3C5V hot-swapping applications.
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