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2003-10-27 Intel returns to its PC roots with wireless processor
Intel Corp. is going back to its PC roots by adding MMX technology to its upcoming Xscale apps processor for cellphones and PDAs.
2014-10-10 Infineon bets high on power IC manufacturing
The company recently turned an old 200mm fab in Dresden into the world's most highly automated and made its 300mm fab in Dresden the first high-volume fab for power ICs worldwide.
2016-02-18 Imagination talks product differentiation at China roadshow
The Imagination Summit 2015 featured speakers from Imagination Technologies, Mentor Graphics, Rightware, CSIA, Synopsys, Dolby, SMIC and Ingenic stressing new opportunities and the need for product differentiation to beat price competition.
2014-08-08 IBM chip implements brain-like architecture
The cognitive chip architecture comprises a mesh network of 4,096 neurosynaptic cores that operates in an event-driven, parallel, and fault-tolerant manner.
2006-01-16 High-def camera is on-chip
Three veterans have reunited to form a startup that aims to bring consumer cameras into the high-definition arena.
2008-01-11 HD SoC supports progressive video format
Ambarella has released its third-generation of low-power A3 SoC targeted at HD camcorders using H.264/AVC compression technology.
2015-07-21 Globalfoundries plans to start FD-SOI prod'n in Europe
Globalfoundries is investing $250 million to develop and its own variant of a fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI) manufacturing process and get it into production in Europe.
2013-08-26 Global X-ray market to hit $12B in 2017
Growth will be driven by the continued digitalisation of X-ray systems and increasing healthcare investment in emerging regions, according to IMS Research.
2014-06-12 Fraunhofer fabricates ultrasonic transducers with MEMS
Offering greater sensitivity and broader frequency ranges than the established piezo-based transducers, the CMUTs' MEMS structure consists of two electrodes: one static, and the other, deflectable.
2008-02-25 Flip Ultra camcorder delivers ode to clean design
When engineers at Pure Digital Inc. sat down a couple of years back to lay out their next project, they had many of the typical design criteria in mind: low cost, high quality, size, ease of use and low power.
2015-06-17 Fairchild brings 'smart' IMUs to MEMS market
The company describes the offering as a "smart" technology more sophisticated than SUMMiT, namely a six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU) with nine-axis sensor fusion algorithms.
2013-10-16 Dongbu HiTek makes quiet strides towards expansion
One of the industry's best kept secrets, speciality foundry Dongbu HiTek has been steadily sharpening its strategy and expanding capacity.
2013-10-10 Crocus to begin production with SRAM, sensor offering
Jacques Noel, founder of Crocus, stated that the company will start with 1Mbit and 4Mbit non-volatile SRAM using 130nm process technology moving quickly to 90nm.
2015-08-05 CoolCube 3D interconnect targets FinFET process
The research institute demonstrated the feasibility of CoolCube used to stack FinFET layers on its 300mm production line as well as with fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator manufacturing processes.
2005-11-01 Constant current output produces best pictures from your phone
Current-controlled charge pump enables a suitable drive source for flash LEDs in camera phones.
2016-01-21 Can chip vendors set the agenda for the next big thing?
Designing a good chip isn't enough. You need a platform and unique software algorithms. More important, you need to prototype a system and develop a business model around it.
2007-10-04 AMD native quad-core hits x86 market
Barcelona is AMD's first quad-core microprocessor and was architected to migrate the K8 core architecture into a product that would compete with, and outperform, Intel's new Core architecture
2014-06-09 ADI holds on to manufacturing amid IoT rise
Analog Devices manufactures some chips in house where it feels the design is closely tied to the manufacturing process and where it feels it is only adding value in standard design, it outsources.
2007-07-02 A comparison of line driver and line receiver varieties
Line drivers and receivers come in many speed, distance and drive types to meet the increasing needs of data links, and support RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, and LVDS for point-to point, multidrop, and bus/backplane applications.
2012-08-21 A closer look at ADS1298 AFE for health monitoring
Chips from Texas Instruments have been playing a crucial role in the evolution of vital signs monitoring systems.
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