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2012-09-25 TriQuint wins DARPA contract to up performance of RF power amps
The Near Junction Thermal Transport effort will build on TriQuint's advanced GaN on silicon carbide technology and the reliability of its modern RF ICs.
2006-02-13 TI, MIT, DARPA collaborate on 65nm SRAM
Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology presented an ultra low power 256Kb SRAM test device manufactured in Texas Instruments' 65nm CMOS process.
2003-08-06 NVE tapped by Darpa for MRAM development
NVE Corp. has been signed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop magneto-thermal MRAM devices.
2002-02-19 Infinite Photonics signs $12M laser diode contract with DARPA
Infinite Photonics Inc. has entered into a $12 million contract with Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the R&D of proprietary IPI GCSEL diode technology.
2002-06-17 EMCORE to develop GaN-based electronic devices for DARPA
EMCORE Corp. has signed a $4 million contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop wide bandgap semiconductor-base high power, high-frequency electronics for military applications.
2003-11-18 Darpa to overhaul supercomputing benchmarks by '06
Just as clusters of inexpensive systems are hitting new milestones in supercomputing, a group of 20 top researchers has kicked off a program to redefine the benchmarks used to measure high-performance systems.
2003-09-15 Darpa to fund optical interconnect research
IBM will team with Agilent Technologies to pursue fabled "terabit per second optical interconnect" technology for multiprocessing servers under a $30M effort backed by Darpa.
2013-11-26 DARPA team touts world's first THz vacuum amplifier
Researchers under DARPA's Terahertz Electronics (THz) program have designed and demonstrated a 0.85THz power amplifier using a micromachined vacuum tube.
2011-01-10 DARPA taps Maxwell to develop lighter energy source for radios
The Defense Advance Research Projects Agency is collaborating with Maxwell Technologies Inc. on the development of lighter, longer-lasting energy storage devices for radios and other portable electronic equipment carried by military personnel.
2003-05-14 Darpa takes on optical interconnects challenges
Darpa is overseeing development of optical interconnects that will be able to achieve 1,000 times the speed per power and volume of electronic interconnects.
2014-03-11 DARPA solicits help to combat counterfeit components
Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency introduced its initiative to target bootleg electronic components under its SHIELD programme.
2002-12-11 Darpa puts thought into cognitive computing
A program that may push cognitive technology to a new level is being launched by the U.S. Department of Defense.
2013-12-02 DARPA program shrunk 50m of optical fiber to microchip-size
DARPA's integrated Photonic Delay (iPhoD) program created a class of photonic waveguides built onto microchips and include up to 50m of coiled material that is used to delay light.
2004-04-29 Darpa looks past Ethernet, IP nets
In a handful of high-level programs, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is pushing beyond Ethernet and Internet Protocol to hammer home the message that peer-to-peer networks - intrinsically more efficient than end-to-end topologies - are the future and the future is now.
2013-06-07 DARPA demos power-packed microscale vacuum pumps
Since 2008 DARPA has been developing a new class of ultra-high-performance vacuum micropumps with a vacuum pressure of 10-6 Torr.
2003-07-21 Darpa AI research focuses on 'cognitive computers'
The Pentagon is funding artificial intelligence research under a $29M program called the PAL.
2012-04-03 Breakthroughs in computer vision seen by DARPA
The Mind's Eye program from the agency aims to develop breakthrough algorithms for automatically recognizing and describing human activities.
2012-10-03 Transient electronics designed to dissolve in water
These electronics have potential applications in medicine, pharmaceuticals, environmental monitors and the military, among other uses
2004-02-06 Startup tests water with 'channel orchestrator'
A Massachusetts startup has offered a new wavelength management component based on special diffraction gratings derived from a government contract awarded in the 1990s.
2015-01-27 Power grids offer path to effective malware detection
PFP Cybersecurity, a security startup, uses trends in power consumption activity, rather than standard malware detection, to spot cyber attacks against power and manufacturing plants.
2003-11-04 Logic and memory shown on molecular scale
Rice University researchers have demonstrated that molecule-sized electronic devices can be used for both logic and memory, despite being randomly wired, error-prone and inaccurately formed at the nanoscale.
2015-06-09 Korean robotics team wins $2M prize
The DARPA's Robotics Challenge promotes a competition of robot systems and software teams that seek to develop robots capable of assisting humans in responding to natural and man-made disasters.
2002-02-15 JMAR receives letter of intent for point source system
JMAR Technologies Inc.'s JMAR Research Inc. division has received a letter of intent from the Department of the Army to execute a formal contract to be funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency worth $34.5-million.
2010-10-13 Google takes autonomous cars on road test
Google says it has been testing self-driving cars with the aim of making roads safer
2003-02-21 DRS to design, develop sensing systems for U.S. Navy
DRS Technologies Inc. has received a contract to design and develop active and passive infrared sensing systems for the vertical integrated sensor arrays program of DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office.
2002-03-25 Cree gets $14M development fund
Cree Inc. has received a $14.5 million contract issued by Army Robert Morris Acquisition Center and supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
2015-10-21 Best practices in guarding the connected car
In this article, we share five best practices to keep in mind when securing the connected car as the automotive industry is playing significant catch-up in connecting vehicles to outside networks.
2010-11-17 2018: Exascale computing systems
Today's computer designs are too complex and power-hungry to deliver the quintillion instructions per second expected of exascale computing systems, thus radical shifts in computing are needed. "If we don’t do this kind of work, exascale systems will consume 100MW instead of the 5MW today's top supercomputers use," said Richard Murphy, principal investigator overseeing a DARPA program on the topic.
2013-10-28 'Squeezed light' on a chip overcomes MEMS quantum limit
The ORCHID programme from DARPA seeks to overcome thermal fluctuations and random quantum fluctuations, a barrier known as the standard quantum limit, in MEMS sensors.
2003-07-02 Vitesse to make communication chips
Vitesse Semiconductor will work with BAE Systems and the University of Illinois Urbana Champain to fulfill a $6M contract from Darpa to develop advanced manufacturing processes and communication ICs.
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