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2008-02-08 Processor designers debate future of multicore
Microprocessor engineers agree multicore designs will be the wave of the future, but they differ widely on how to implement them and surmount the many challenges they pose.
2008-04-16 IBM mainframes get CPU, OS makeover
IBM Corp. is exploring hybrid computing concepts and expanding open-source software support for its mainframes as two ways to kick new life into the venerable systems.
2008-02-19 XPhase chipset delivers AMD CPU power solution
IR has introduced the IR3514 and IR3507 XPhase chipset for AMD parallel and serial VID (PVID and SVID) processors.
2010-08-04 System controllers for cars integrate CPU, GPU
A new series of vehicle-system LSI controllers integrates a CPU core and a graphics-display controller for video capture and communications in automobiles
2012-05-14 Report: ARM leads in CPU core market
ARM's success casts a shadow on its archrival, MIPS Technologies Inc. MIPS recently said it may sell some of its patents.
2004-10-06 PMC-Sierra multiprocessor with two E11K CPU cores
PMC-Sierra introduced its third generation highly integrated 64bit MIPS-Powered multiprocessor at the Fall Processor Forum.
2008-07-01 NEC upgrades its CPU peripherals' capacity
Enhancing its lineup of CPU peripherals, NEC introduced three ASSPs, including USART, programmable timer/counter and parallel interface unit for standard applications such as computers, office equipment, communications equipment, test and measurement equipment etc
2003-04-24 MEN embedded module integrates Pentium III CPU
The EM02 ESM of MEN Mikro Elektronik GmbH comes equipped with either a 933MHz Tualatin Pentium III processor or a 400MHz Tualatin Pentium II Celeron CPU
2006-08-10 Dual-CPU network processors deliver 800MIPS
The Gemini family of dual-CPU network processors from StorLink Semiconductors Inc. delivers up to 800MIPS
2011-02-28 DRAM, CPU built on organic substrates shown at ISSCC
Organic innovations include an 8bit processor handling up to six instructions per second in an averaging routine, a 64bit organic DRAM and a technique for printing CMOS structures on plastic substrate.
2006-07-01 CPU power control: Single-edge vs. dual-edge controller architectures
CPU power system designers need an intermediate solution that can help analog controllers overcome the limitations of the current architectures and incorporate the advantages of the digital architectures without the cost penalty. ON Semiconductor has been researching a novel architecture called dual-edge that accomplishes these goals.
2006-11-01 CPU maker touts 'carbon-free' processor
Taipei-based Via Technologies Inc. is marketing its latest low-power processor as "carbon-free."
2006-02-01 China's first native CPU slogs on
When BLX rolled out its first CPU in 2002, the Godson-1 was heralded as a giant leap forward for the chip design industry in China. Yet after nearly six years of development, it's still hard to predict the future of China's first effort at designing a CPU from the ground up
2004-04-28 ASC CPU supervisors have reset voltage options
Each of the 13 CPU supervisor product families from Alliance Semiconductor comes with multiple packages and reset voltage combinations
2006-07-01 ARM 32bitters give designers a choice
A pair of 32bit ARM-based embedded processors will let designers wrestle with a tough choicetake advantage of an off-the-shelf ARM9E-based solution from STMicroelectronics or design their own high-performance solution with the latest Cortex-R4 ARM core from ARM Ltd
2008-03-26 ARC tips new lines of licensable CPU/DSP cores
Two series of licensable, 32bit configurable cores using ARC International's Energy PRO technology have been launched by the company.
2004-10-18 Alliance expands CPU supervisor product family
Alliance announced the expansion of its family of CPU supervisor products to include two new product familiesASM1232 and ASM1832
2002-12-02 Programmable logic/customizable CPU cores adapt hardware to apps
FPGA and PLD manufacturers have proffered the term "SoPC" which captures the idea of using programmable logic as a medium with which designers can create custom hardware
2005-08-19 Multicore CPU handles computational needs of HD video codec
The new multicore Telairity-1 processor from Telairity Semiconductor has been specifically designed to handle the demanding computational requirements of the H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10) HD codec.
2002-01-03 Hitachi lets designers tweak controllers via the Web
Hitachi Semiconductor America Inc. is trying to move remote engineering to the next level by letting customers tinker with microcontroller hardware and software tools via a Web browser.
2002-06-05 Consortium addresses memory bandwidth, CPU demands
Adaptec, Broadcom, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and Network Appliance have formed the RDMA Consortium, an independent consortium that will develop the architectural specifications necessary to implement products that provide RDMA over TCP/IP networks.
2010-11-25 Organic processors run hardcoded program
The 2011 International Solid State Circuits Conference will host papers on a 5.2GHz processor from IBM and an Intel Itanium chip packing 54Mbytes cache.
2007-12-27 Zilog debuts 1.8V flash MCU
Zilog announced its first 1.8V low power, 8bit embedded flash MCU with extended peripherals.
2002-02-19 Xyron offers fresh approach to solve processor latency
Startup IP house Xyron Semiconductor will describe a technology that uses SRAM bits to take care of some of the more mundane tasks that tend to slow down a processor's performance.
2002-09-01 Use processor redundancy for maximum reliability
Five-nines reliability can be reached if designers go beyond generic component backup to tackle the precise art of CPU handoff.
2007-05-09 UMC gears up for CPUs, NAND flash memory
United Microelectronics Corp. said it is in talks on a CPU production deal, but it is being circumspect on how it will attack the high-volume flash memory market
2007-11-05 System controller for PowerPC solutions is highly integrated
Marvell Technology Group Ltd has launched a system controller for PowerPC processor based solutions that features the highest level of integration in a single chip.
2008-04-15 ST beefs up on-chip flash of ARM-based MCUs
ST has increased the on-chip flash capacity of its STR91xFA ARM966E-S-based MCU family by introducing 1.1Mbyte and 2.1Mbyte variants, delivering higher memory density than any other ARM9-, or ARM7-TDMI-based standard MCU currently available.
2010-02-12 SoCs handle HD content, 3D graphics
From NEC Electronics comes the EMMA Mobile EV SoCs designed for full HD portable audio-visual devices delivering 3D graphics processing capability.
2008-08-29 RTOS support rolls for PowerPC 440 core on Virtex-5 FPGA
The folks at Express Logic, supplier of royalty-free RTOS, and Avnet Electronics Marketingsay that the ThreadX RTOS now supports the PowerPC 440 processor embedded in Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs.
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