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2004-08-25 Data I/O, M-Systems form strategic alliance
Data I/O Corp. has entered into an alliance with M-Systems to increase programming systems support for their mutual customers.
2006-11-14 Data I/O, Intel's flash group collaborate on integrated solutions
Data I/O has partnered with Intel's Flash Memory Group to offer integrated solutions, based on the companies' expertise in automated programming solutions and flash memory
2004-03-05 Data I/O system eyes medium volume/high mix apps
Data I/O Corp. has expanded its PS series of automated programmers with the release of the PS288FC that is designed for medium volume/high mix applications.
2002-10-04 Data I/O rolls out multi-socket programmer
Data I/O Corp.'s ProWriter universal multi-socket programmer supports gang and set programming for a wide range of device types.
2004-05-05 Data I/O forms WOFE in China
Data I/O Corp., a provider of manual and automated device programming systems, has established a Wholly Owned Foreign Enterprise (WOFE) in China.
2004-03-03 Data I/O announces FlashCore system upgrade
Data I/O has announced a FlashCore system upgrade that virtually removes all known barriers to High-Density flash device programming
2004-01-29 Data I/0 releases program solution for TI F2812DSP
Data I/O Corp. has announced high volume programming support for Texas Instruments' (TI) TMS320F2812 digital signal controller.
2008-04-16 Serial-output ADC needs fewer FPGA I/O pins
The high-speed 2-wire serial interface of Linear Tech's LTC2274 ADC reduces the number of data I/O lines required between a 16bit ADC and the FPGA from 16 CMOS or 32 LVDS parallel data lines to a single, self-clocking, differential pair communicating at 2.1Gbit/s
2012-05-07 Multi-rate 100GbE PHYs target data centers, core networks
Broadcom's BCM84790 and BCM84793 gearbox PHYs are multirate interfaces for 4-lane 4x25Gbit/s and 10-lane 10x10Gbit/s bi-directional network transmissions.
2009-06-01 Voltage translators achieve 100Mbit/s data rate
Intersil Corp. has launched a new series of voltage logic level translators (VLTs) featuring ESD protection and 100Mbit/s data rates for translating fast data streams
2005-04-25 USB high-voltage I/O module supplants PCI equivalent
Measurement Computing's new digital I/O module is designed as an alternative to, or replacement for, PCI-based systems used for high-voltage monitoring and controlbut its' entirely plug-and-play, thanks to USB
2008-07-31 USB device adds digital, analog I/O features
US Digital Corp.'s latest USB data acquisition device, the USB4, provides both digital and analog I/O features.
2004-03-25 Sipex transceiver has 250Mbps serial data rate
Sipex has developed a transceiver with a serial data rate of 250Mbps that enables users to enjoy the full download speeds available in advanced wireless networks
2008-07-02 Serial ATA and the evolution in data storage technology
Before we can fully appreciate the benefits behind the SATA standard, it makes sense to look back on the history of data storage
2005-09-01 SDRAM in PBGA offers 74% space savings, 51% I/O reduction
White Electronic Designs announced its 256MB (2Gb) Registered Double Data Rate Synchronous DRAM high-speed CMOS memory that is packaged in a 16-by-25mm, 400mm?, 208 PBGA
2011-02-18 Rewriting data flash in R8C/35C Group
Read about the setting method and an application example for rewriting the data flash. It applies to R8C/35C Group
2009-11-27 PCIe UARTs achieve up to 25Mbit/s serial data rate
The series is suited for remote access servers, storage network management, factory automation, and point-of-sales systems.
2006-01-09 PCI bus A/D board gobbles data at a whopping 1.5GS/s
The new PCI bus plug-in from Ultraview is capable of continuous acquisition at up to 1,500MS/s (1.5GS/s) and storing up to 16-billion samples of uninterrupted analog data
2007-08-06 Passive equalizer doubles data transmission reach on FR-4
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced two power-saver passive equalizers that double the data transmission reach of FR-4 backplanes
2007-05-16 Optical transceiver moves data at speed of light
IBM scientists have announced a prototype optical-transceiver chipset that transfers data at a rate eight times faster than currently available components
2015-03-23 Open Power Summit showcases high-end boards for data centres
The Open Power Foundation, which includes IBM, aims to offer an alternative source of high-end server technology with big data centres and international governments among the first to show interest
2005-01-25 Nifty mini data-acq pods talk USB
NI's USB-6008 is a 12-bit resolution 10ksps device, but its cousin, the USB-6009, which is also USB 2.0 compatible, digitizes at speeds to 48KS/s at 14 bits of resolution.
2006-07-04 Next PCI Express to deliver 5Gbps data rate
The 2.5Gbps PCI Express interconnect is slowly shifting gears into a 2.0 version expected by the end of the year that will rev data rates to 5Gbps
2007-04-02 New tech pares down I/O power draw
Rambus Inc. and a group of leading academics have set a high-water mark in bringing fast chip-to-chip links into the era of low-power design.
2005-03-02 NEC plans fast commercialization of 12Gbps I/O scheme
So promising is an NEC-developed serial interface technology capable of sending and receiving digital data at 12Gbps that it is being pushed to commercialization within less than 18 months
2002-10-21 National ships single-chip I/O controllers for Pentium 4s
The bus-based PC87372 and PC87373 I/O controllers are designed to meet the needs of Intel Pentium 4 systems and integrate the required system control functions into a 128-pin QFP
2003-09-02 Multiprotocol transceiver offers 20Mbps data rate
Sipex Corp. has introduced what it claims to be the world's only 3V, 8-channel multiprotocol transceiver
2005-06-23 Intersil's seven new data transceivers comply to RS-485, RS-422
Intersil's seven new devices are BiCMOS 3.3V powered, single data transceivers that meet both the RS-485 and RS-422 standards for differential data communications
2002-04-18 Intel cuts flash memory I/O to 1.8V
Intel Corp.'s Flash memory group has unveiled a two-pronged strategy to reduce the operating voltages of its non-volatile devices to 1.8V and churn out more advanced packages
2006-11-09 Intel broadens access to its data acceleration tech
Intel recently announced that it will encourage broader use of its Intel I/OAT with the introduction of Intel QuickData Technology, an open version of the company's data acceleration technology
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