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2007-01-24 Mosaid touts first 65nm memory controller IP
Mosaid Technologies announced what it called the industry's first complete DDR SDRAM controller and interface IP, as well as fractional PLL IP, in 65nm process technology
2002-04-05 Fujitsu cell-based ASICs suit high-speed networking
Manufactured using the company's 0.115m CMOS process, the CS91 Standard Cell series from Fujitsu Microelectronics America supplies I/O options ranging from 622Mbps to 3.125Gbps, while operating at 0.8V to 3.6V voltage interface levels.
2007-05-14 DDR2 IP and configurability
The process of creating a PHY for a specific design is unique to every chip. The planning process traditionally starts with the pad frame design, although designs for the package and even the PCB can precede it.
2007-04-16 Using logic-optimized FPGAs in displays
Image quality in FPDs is highly subjective, and image-enhancement algorithm specifications continue to evolve. As a result, low-cost, logic-optimized FPGAs and reference designs enable designers to modify image-enhancement algorithms quickly and easily.
2004-04-26 LSI Logic HDTV board plugs into PCI slot
LSI Logic is enhancing its real-time MPEG-2 HD HDTVxpress Compressor PCI board with new features.
2008-10-29 GooglePhone responds to Android's aspirations
Smart phones are again the talk of the town. This time it's the T-Mobile G1, a distinctly un-Apple, un-iPhone-like slider. Is the new "GooglePhone" a true revolution or simply a creative reuse?
2002-11-20 Hynix, Infineon spar over number three DRAM spot
German-based Infineon has announced that its investments in memory technology have paid off and that it is now the third largest producer of DRAM.
2008-04-17 GPS faceoff: Garmin nuvi 750 vs. HP iPaq 310
GPS systems are forecasted to be one of the top growth areas for consumer products in 2008, with a number of different manufacturers offering different approaches to a GPS solution but all having relatively similar form.
2005-06-08 Embedded controllers simplify migration for cost-sensitive apps
Freescale says its two new ColdFire device families ease the migration to 32bit performance for applications that require low power consumption and flexible integration at an affordable price point
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