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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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2012-12-21 Testing EPC for precise LTE/4G billing structures
Through a full EPC evaluation using test tools for all mobile network elements from layer 2-7, service providers can meet the high demands of LTE while simultaneously making profits.
2007-04-16 Test systems spell 3G LTE future
The test-and-measurement community must help ensure a smooth migration to LTE so that pitfalls associated with past rollouts of next-gen cellular networks can be avoided.
2014-01-22 Telstra, Infinera reinforce APAC long haul submarine cable routes
Infinera and Telstra have announced the upgrade of multiple ultra-long haul submarine cable routes to optimise reliability on key routes such as the Reach North Asia Loop, which spans 9,000km to connect Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea.
2005-07-21 Telecom market to see huge boom
The worldwide telecommunications markets are growing at a remarkable pace, according to a report released from Research and Markets.
2004-10-21 Tektronix joins Virginia Tech's SDR test bed development
Tektronix has joined the effort at the Mobile and Portable Radio Research Group (MPRG) at Virginia Tech to develop a Software Defined Radio test bed and open source SCA (software communications architecture) implementation.
2005-12-15 Tektronix beefs up Spectra2 VoIP testing solution
Tektronix announced the availability of new Spectra2 Release 4.4 software that doubles the VoIP and converged network RTP large-scale load generation features of Spectra2 VoIP testing solution.
2008-03-17 Technologies boost virtual instrumentation
At present, virtual instrumentation has been used in all fields of measurement and automation. More engineers create high-performance and expandable test systems with the help of virtual instrumentation--signaling a new era of instrumentation is coming.
2005-03-28 Tech fair sees China industry's dominance
A plethora of electronic designs and innovative solutions are lined up at this year's International IC-China Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China) and Embedded Systems Conference-China (ESC-China).
2008-10-01 Tech advancements need new routing architecture
State-of-the-art routing technology is now required to handle complex design rules and to trade-off yield and other design goals efficiently at advanced process nodes. It must be variation-aware and fully integrated with placement, clock tree, and multi-corner multi-mode optimization in order to achieve higher QoR.
2008-04-28 Tax exemption expiry worries Indian IT firms
The uncertainty about extending the 10-year tax holiday for IT companies have left Indian chip design houses in a quandary.
2007-02-28 Talks bring key industry issues to forefront for mainland EEs
IIC-China will be offering mainland China engineers the chance to interact and discuss key issues with both major industry players and peers in the form of Summits and Vendor Seminars.
2006-02-01 Take care when enhancing Wi-Fi beyond standard
The 802.11 Wi-Fi marketplace behaves like a vacuum, sucking in every enhancement with no end in sight.
2008-02-18 Take a holistic approach to power management for mobile devices
Power management no longer remains a hardware-only problem; rather it has become a system problem that is being addressed by all engineers involved in the system design process. Power management decisions are being taken at both hardware and software level. Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellular phones compels designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance.
2005-04-12 Taiwan IDF highlights Moore's Law
Like previous Intel Developer Forums (IDFs), the keyword for this year's IDF is innovation. However, what makes this year's event more special is the 40th anniversary of Moore's Law.
2007-01-01 Taiwan eyes better displays, comms
Last year, the trend in the electronic industry was integration. This year, Taiwan focuses on communication and consumer electronics.
2007-04-26 T-Spice simulator promises up to 80% faster runtimes
Tanner EDA introduced their T-Spice simulator for analog and mixed-signal chip designs, which offers up to 80 percent faster runtimes when used on two-processor, dual-core machines.
2005-02-28 Synopsys' HSPICE MOS model supports Oki LCD TV driver SoC
Synopsys and Oki Electric disclosed that Oki has standardized on the new HSPICE high-voltage MOS model for the design of Oki's LCD TV driver SoC.
2004-05-24 Synopsys releases design platform upgrade
Synopsys launched an upgrade to its design platform that delivers across-the-board improvements in run-time, capacity, QoR, silicon technology support and turn-around time.
2004-06-17 Synopsys low-power solution supports 90nm designs
During the DAC 2004, Synopsys announced that its Galaxy Power offers the industry's first comprehensive low-power solution for today's advanced, high-performance 90nm designs.
2011-10-11 Synopsys acquires parametric analysis firm
The EDA company has acquired Extreme DA to expand its timing analysis solutions and multicore software development capabilities.
2013-09-13 Switching ICs offer 30W power handling, excellent linearity
The PE42820 and PE42821 SPDT switches are significant in replacing discrete solutions including traditional pin diodes used in land mobile radios, and mechanical relays used in LTE-enabled small cells.
2007-10-04 Sun combines storage, server teams
Sun president and CEO Jonathan Schwartz revealed in his blog that the company will combine its Storage and Server product teams to create a converged group called the Systems team.
2002-09-18 Sugar language sweetens assertions
Three EDA vendors will announce support for the Sugar 2.0 formal property language, adding to a growing list of endorsements that suggests this new Accellera standard will be widely accepted.
2015-01-20 Streamlining, securing design landscape for IoT market
The Intel IoT Platform is an end-to-end reference model geared to unify and simplify connectivity and security in the IoT, and to help move the technology from infancy to mass deployment.
2011-07-12 STMicroelectronics reveals market, product strategy
At an analysts' conference and a meeting with EE Times-Asia, STMicroelectronics executives discussed trends of strategic importance to their company, ST's next-gen TV platform and regional markets.
2012-07-05 STMicroelectronics and HIT establish joint lab
STMicroelectronics and Harbin Institute of technology establish a joint lab to assist engineering students as well as encourage bilateral cooperation.
2002-07-19 STMicro digital radio chipset directly digitizes IF
STMicroelectronics has announced that it is sampling an AM/FM radio receiver chipset that directly digitizes 10.7MHz intermediate frequency.
2008-04-22 Steps to reduce non-stationary mobile phone noise up to 25dB
Suppressing non-stationary noise brings substantial benefits to both subscribers and carriers. Users gain the freedom to speak and hear clearly wherever and whenever they want, enjoy increased privacy by being able to speak softly in noisy environments, and won't be asked to leave important conference calls
2009-02-17 STB module delivers pocket TV experience
Ceramate Technical Co. Ltd. has announced the availability of the CT500, claimed to be the smallest STB module.
2004-06-07 Startup's dual-radio IC opens door to roaming
Quorum Systems believes its QC2530 could upend today's coverage model of high-cost basestations for every square mile.
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