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2005-04-01 Cobra strikes to reshape IC design flow
Magma Design rolls out its restructured Cobra technology that promises to reshape the nanometer-IC design flow process.
2002-08-05 Verteq restructures business
Verteq Inc. will create separate business units for its single wafer and batch process platforms.
2006-11-15 ORBexpress FPGA revs multiple processor designs
ORBexpress FPGA provides location transparency and processing mobility, enabling faster design cycles for systems that employ multiple processor technologies.
2005-02-01 Magma reveals next-gen IC design suite
Magma Design Automation introduced Cobra, an internal development effort that promises a number of technology breakthroughs.
2008-01-21 RoHS-compliant SBC operates at high temperatures
VersaLogic Corp. announced two versions of its Cobra single board computer that are RoHS compliant and available in both standard and extended temperature versions.
2004-02-09 Osram Opto supplies Ford with LED products
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH has announced that its single chip white technology TOPLED and Golden DRAGON LED packages will be integrated into Ford Motor Co.'s GT, Cobra, and Mustang automobiles.
2005-06-07 Three tout more nimble physical design
Three tool vendors are pitching breakthroughs in IC physical design in advance of next week's Design Automation Conference
2005-04-01 Statistical tool shift: It's all in the timing
Startup Extreme DA's mission is 'variation-aware' IC analysis. Can four guys in borrowed office space make a big impact on chip design?
2009-03-03 Spansion files for bankruptcy
NOR flash supplier Spansion Inc. has filed for bankruptcy amid growing anger among former employees at the company.
2016-04-12 Severance benefits cause friction in Microchip/Atmel merger
Microchip's CEO blames Atmel's board for failing to communicate about a severance package that left at least one employee charging Microchip is reneging on a promise.
2006-10-16 One timing tool serves 65nm, 45nm designs
Cadence Design Systems introduced the Encounter Timing System, described as a "signoff-quality" timing product for nanometer SoC design.
2009-03-25 Mounting layoffs fire up offshoring debate
The offshoring debate heats up with labor groups slamming companies for shipping jobs overseas at a time of spiraling U.S. high-tech unemployment.
2004-02-16 K&S, ASE establish test operations partnership
Kulicke & Soffa (K&S) and ASE Test Ltd have formed a strategic relationship under which K&S will provide onsite services at ASE Test's facilities in Taiwan.
2005-04-11 Exar to acquire Infineon's optical networking line
Exar Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement with Infineon Technologies North America Corp. in which Exar has agreed to acquire for cash a significant part of Infineon's optical networking(ON) business unit.
2005-04-08 EDA development going in-house, analyst says
Citing an ominous warning for EDA vendors, Gary Smith, chief EDA analyst at Gartner Dataquest, said at the International Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD) here that design teams are increasingly developing their own EDA tools in-house.
2005-02-21 EDA 'bigwigs' field provocative questions
EDA executives sparred over a variety of topics at the Design and Verification Conference (DVCon) "Bigwigs Panel" moderated by industry gadfly John Cooley Tuesday (Feb. 15).
2005-07-18 Development enclosure from VersaLogic handles three formats
VersaLogic offers a new development enclosure for use with embedded computers in standard PC/104, EBX and EPIC form factors.
2004-06-23 BiTMICRO E-Disk Flash drive chosen by VMETRO
VMETRO, a provider of products for high-speed sensor I/O, data recording, and bus analysis, has selected E-Disk fiber channel solid state disk from BiTMICRO Networks as the storage solution of choice for its solid state digital data recorder (DDR).
2007-11-12 AMD tips stream processor, SDK for HPC market
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has launched a stream processor with double precision floating point technology, the first of its kind.
2008-02-15 ABI: Mobile handsets to enter navigation markets
Over the next years, mobile handsets will play an increasingly important role in portable navigation markets, with handset-based navigation devices reaching an annual sales volume of over 96 million units by 2012, according to ABI Research.
2006-09-07 'Signoff quality' timing tool rolls for 65/45nm designs
Cadence Design Systems introduced the Encounter Timing System, described as a "signoff-quality" timing product for nanometer SoC design.
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