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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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2007-10-09 VDC: MECC-Emerson merger a boon to embedded industry
Emerson Electric's acquisition of Motorola's embedded computing business will be a good deal, not only for the companies involved but for the embedded systems market at large, particularly the xTCA segment, according to market watcher VDC.
2004-09-10 UWB ecosystem grows with wireless FireWire, foundry deals
The multiband-OFDM version of ultrawideband communications continues to gather momentum with Alereon partnering with Jazz Semiconductor for a WirelessUSB transceiver.
2008-09-01 UWB connections extend to handsets
UWB technology uniquely offers a handset the potential to wirelessly connect peripheral devices previously reserved for wired connections. In particular, high-bandwidth connections to peripherals such as external HDD and displays require UWB's high performance level to function effectively.
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2008-05-26 Using nvSRAM in single board computer (SBC) applications
The flexibility of fast non-volatile memory for the storage of user- or application-specific parameters is apparent with each new system generation, and the Cypress family of fast nvSRAMs are ideally suited for this type of application.
2010-05-27 USB transceiver offers auto detection, audio fidelity
Fairchild's new USB transceiver and USB accessory detection switch bring functional enhancements without adding design complexity or increasing space and power in mobile designs.
2004-01-16 Upgrading to a real-time IP network
Despite this impressive growth, IP networks have not succeeded in supporting real-time apps and converged legacy services.
2006-05-30 UBM solution supports FLO, DVB-H, ISDB-T
Qualcomm unveiled a single-chip universal broadcast modem solution supporting three leading mobile broadcast standards.
2004-01-01 Ubiquitous computing a reality at last
Ubiquitous computing, being connected with anybody at anytime and anywhere, has finally become a reality.
2007-03-05 TSMC validates Netlogics's knowledge-based processor
NetLogic Microsystems and TSMC announced that NetLogic's NL71024 knowledge-based processor has been validated on TSMC's 80nm-GC process, which is said to lower active and standby power for improved performance.
2004-06-15 Transition to 90nm raising tough design issues
Experts delving into 90nm design and process development explored a crucial question: How will the average design team handle 90nm design?
2008-07-16 Transformed LSI shifts to implementation mode
In his first 24 months as president and CEO, Abhi Talwalkar was part of a radical restructuring in the manufacturing strategy of LSI Corp. He notes: "I claim the transformation is behind us, and we are in a mode of execution."
2006-10-26 TPO develops 4.3-inch LCD with wide viewing angle
Taiwan-based TPO Displays has developed a transmissive 4.3-inch TFT-LCD supporting a wide viewing angle.
2004-10-25 Toshiba, NEC plan HD DVD notebooks in 2005
Toshiba Corp. and NEC Corp. said they are backing the HD DVD format over the rival Blu-ray Disc scheme, announcing plans here on Wednesday (Oct. 20) to launch new notebook computers in 2005 with HD DVD drives.
2011-06-21 Toshiba, HP collaborate on smart community tech
Toshiba Corp. is planning plans to triple its funding for the expansion of its smart community-related business, including its smart grid and building facilities, to $11.916 billion in 2015 from $3.732 billion in 2010.
2008-09-30 Toshiba taps Agilent for RFIC design, evaluation
Toshiba has selected Agilent's GoldenGate EDA software for its RFIC design and evaluation.
2010-06-08 Tools offer shared database for design, verification
From Jasper Design Automation come improved versions of the ActiveDesign and JasperGold tools with capabilities that bridge the divide between chip design and verification by sharing common database.
2011-03-30 Titan mixed-signal design platform picked by iWatt
Magma Design Automation announces that iWatt designers used the Titan platform to set up and route a design in two days, an effort that would have taken more than two weeks to do manually.
2012-05-09 Tips on IPv6 testing
Know the causes of poor IPv6 compatibility and how to address them.
2008-07-17 Tiny load switches control high current rails in UMPC
Micrel Inc. has launched the MIC94040/1/2/3, a new family of high side load switches featuring a breakthrough packaging technology.
2011-04-25 TI's OMAP chief lists top 11 tablet features
Stressing the importance of user experience, EE Times identifies 11 features that tablets sold in 2011-2012 should offer, among them, multiple OS, HD videoconferencing and computational photography.
2004-11-12 TI to provide ARRIS with cable modem solutions
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) will supply voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) silicon and software for ARRIS DOCSIS and Euro-DOCSIS based voice-enabled cable modems.
2005-10-13 TI rolls out processor-to-CompactFlash interface transceiver
The SN74LV4320A transceiver from Texas Instruments is specifically designed for the processor-to-CompactFlash interface.
2007-10-10 TI intros DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem chipsets
TI has introduced the Puma 5 family of DOCSIS 3.0-based cable modem chipsets to support CableLabs DOCSIS 3.0 testing in Certification Wave 56.
2005-08-31 TI helps push VoIP growth
Texas Instruments unveiled its advanced voice-over-cable chipset and new Wideband DOCSIS reference design, which promises to help drive the continued global growth of VoIP
2006-04-05 TI converges on Bluetooth, WLAN and FM audio
Texas Instruments has started sampling to selected mobile phone designers a device that integrates mobile WLAN, Bluetooth and FM stereo audio in one chip.
2007-10-09 The road to success in embedded software
Despite being complex and challenging, writing embedded software code is not exactly "rocket science" or a magic only a few people can do; in fact, it is doable by a wide range of people with a broad set of skills.
2008-08-20 The MIPS32 24KE core family: high-performance RISC cores with DSP enhancements
The MIPS32 24KE core family is the latest high-performance synthesizable microprocessor cores from MIPS Technologies Inc. and features DSP enhancements at a negligible cost.
2008-01-16 The coming of age of the PLD
PLDs have evolved into one of the industry's most valuable design platforms. Today's PLDs continue to be at the heart of infrastructure systems and are now in the mainstream of digital consumer system design.
2007-07-02 The anatomy of the digital home
Parks defines the "digital home" as having two-way connectivity between two or more subsystems thus, it must start with a reliable, robust and secure wired and wireless platform fed by a broadband connection.
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