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What is convergence (EDA)?
In electronics circuit design, convergence often refers to the achievement of a final design solution in which all design constraints have been successfully met. This may involve balancing and trading off two or more requirements that are in opposition with one another, such as timing delay versus area.
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2005-08-08 Solve the complexity issues in network system design with a packet processing language model
SBC system providers are rising to the challenge of network system complexity by providing equipment with the necessary performance.
2006-12-18 Software integration, interoperability key to videophone success
All of the fundamentals are now in place to make videophoneswired and Wi-Fiavailable to consumers.
2002-05-01 RTX Telecom selects Motorola's i.250 platform for use in 2.5G handsets
RTX Telecom has selected the i.250 Innovative Convergence platform from Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector (Motorola SPS) for use in 2.5G GSM/GPRS cellular handset designs.
2002-10-16 Processor task segregation conquers Voice over IP
To optimize the transmission of voice traffic over VoIP, packet processing should be relegated to NPUs and not on DSPs.
2004-06-07 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2011-08-30 NDS opens China facility
The pay TV technology firm will enhance support and development solutions for its growing customer base in China.
2002-04-19 Motorola, Siemens develop mainstream UMTS terminals
Motorola and Siemens have collaborated to develop the Siemens mainstream UMTS terminals using Motorola's i.300 Innovative Convergence 3G platform, a comprehensive silicon-to-software integrated UMTS solution, and the DragonBall MX microprocessor series.
2002-02-21 Motorola announces silicon-to-software solution for 3G devices
The i.300 innovative convergence platform is a comprehensive silicon-to-software solution for 3G GSM and UMTS wireless products that provides OEMs and ODMs a tool for building feature-rich multimedia phones and video-communicators.
2003-10-27 Motorola announces semiconductor technology breakthrough
Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector has announced the development of multimedia mobile devices using its new MXC architecture.
2000-10-01 Making TV out ubiquitous on the PC
TV out is a relatively new multimedia feature which gives PC users the ability to display PC content on their home television sets rather than a monitor. Now consumers can play video games, watch DVDs or use a variety of home/office applications with their televisions being the display device.
2005-01-04 Innovation-driven market is next frontier
The next frontier sees the convergence of previously disparate technology domains.
2000-09-27 IEEE 1394 networking
This paper discusses networking data, voice and convergence; the various IEEE 1394 standards; aspects of IEEE 1394 networking including IPv4 over IEEE 1394, MPEG2-TS over IEEE 1394 networking; and implementation considerations.
2009-01-07 Huawei, Telecom Italia collaborate on innovation center
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd and Telecom Italia have agreed to kick off a Network Innovation Centre (NIC), which will focus on research on green ultra-broadband network, among others.
2003-07-31 HI provides 3D graphics to Motorola phones
HI Corp. has announced that it intends to make its Mascot Capsule Engine available to the customers of Motorola's Innovative Convergence i.250, 2.5G GSM/GPRS handset platform.
2008-02-18 Freescale's 3G MXC reference design gets upgrade
The 3G Mobile eXtreme Convergence (MXC) reference design for smart wireless devices has been enhanced by Freescale Semiconductor with newly-introduced design solutions which reduce cost and time-to-market for manufacturers, operators and integrators.
2005-11-03 Freescale announces single core modem for 3G wireless phones
Freescale Semiconductor unveiled its 3G single core modem processor, at the heart of the MXC300-30 platform.
2002-10-16 Frankenstein's camera
Jeff Bier questions the wisdom of mixing products together for the sole purpose of convergence and advises that developers must take caution and find combinations that add utility, not just technical dazzle.
2007-02-01 FMC facilitates wireless carrier link
The advent of enterprise-wide Wi-Fi adoption has made it possible to deliver a technology that bridges wireless carrier connectivity with on-campus WLAN connectivityfixed/mobile convergence (FMC). This article discusses how FMC works.
2007-12-20 Femtocell cooperation benefits 3G operators
Nokia Siemens Networks and RadioFrame Networks have signed a contract for cooperation to further develop 3G femtocell technology.
2007-10-01 Ericsson goes beyond wireless
LM Ericsson's chief marketing officer, Johan Bergendahl, discusses the company's efforts to expand its wireless operator roots into a multi-environment approach to communications.
2007-02-01 Ensure strong security in mobile transactions
Mobile handsets are being looked to increasingly act as transactional mechanisms. But before we reach that point of complete convergence, there is the issue of security that needs to be addressed first.
2005-02-16 Emerging trends in embedded systems
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices.
2003-02-20 Elcoteq adopts Motorola's 2G, 2.5G wireless platforms
Elcoteq Network Corp. has selected Motorola Inc.'s Innovative Convergence platforms to be used to develop its customers' advanced wireless handsets for delivery of voice and high-speed data services.
2005-01-03 DSP, memory chips face bittersweet year
The intense growth which the IC industry has enjoyed for the past three years is expected to reach a plateau this year.
2003-07-01 Do-it-all tools: Good news and bad
Integrated solutions have some advantages in them; however, let us hope it doesn't usher in an era of being locked into single-vendor solutions.
2005-11-01 Designing low-cost VoIP videophones
By coupling soft-DSP VoIP techniques with hardware-accelerated video encoding, video telephony can finally fulfill its mass-market potential
2005-12-16 Curb power issues, enhance system performance
Solving power challenges of wireless mobile devices must start with process technologies and move upward to hardware, SoC and software.
2007-02-21 Content drives growth in mobiles
Content will be the next growth driver for the mobile communications market. And the business mix of mobile operators and mobile content providers will highlight the delivery of data-heavy mobile content services in the future.
2002-09-18 Compal adopts Motorola i.250 GSM/GPRS platform
Compal Communication has selected Motorola Inc.'s i.250 Innovative Convergence platform for the development of its 2.5G cellular handsets and Smartphones.
2007-03-09 Cisco, IBM team up on open standards communications platform
During the recent VoiceCon conference in Florida, United States, Cisco revealed a partnership with IBM to develop a new communications platform based on open standards.
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