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2004-06-01 AMCC forms division to explore PowerPC assets
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. announced that it will form a new division, based here, to develop the PowerPC 400-series assets it acquired from IBM Corp. in mid-April.
2003-04-30 Altium seeks to move designers from PCBs to FPGAs
PCB and embedded software company Altium Ltd wants to turn PCB designers into FPGA designers.
2005-01-03 All systems go for EDA in China
The market sector in China is a mixture of multinationals and locally-based companies and startups, and all have great potential for EDA business.
2005-08-23 Agilent EEsof completes Eagleware-Elanix acquisition
Agilent Technologies Inc. has completed the acquisition of system and circuit design software provider Eagleware-Elanix.
2004-10-07 Advanced process technology gains momentum in China, Taiwan
Global Sources and Gartner announced the results of their annual joint study, which indicates growing use of finer process technologies in the design of standard ICs and ASICs in mainland China and Taiwan.
2002-03-18 Adaptec Serial ATA controllers aimed at servers
The company announced the availability of a storage controller ASIC that will serve as the core of a family of Serial ATA controllers and PCI RAID cards, targeted at sub-entry servers.
2005-04-01 Acquisition brings MultiSim tool to NI
National Instruments has acquired Electronics Workbench, purveyor of the popular MultiSim board-level simulation package.
2007-02-27 ACE Awards to honor industry's finest
The ACE Awards in mainland China recognize progressive semiconductor companies that have helped the country's design engineers in the development of more sophisticated electronic products.
2007-05-21 8Gbyte microSD card rolls for handset designs
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed an 8Gbyte microSD flash memory card designed for use in today's multimedia cellphones.
2008-04-01 8bit MCUs take tiny steps to rule the market
Even as feature creep moves some applications to 16bit and beyond, continual increases in the processing capabilities and integration levels of 8bit devices are opening new applications to replace the old. The result is an expanding array of increasingly powerful 8bit MCUs for cost-conscious designs.
2005-11-21 16bit MCU portfolio targets performance, cost goals
In the advent of more complex electronic design requirements from customers for increased speed, efficiency and performance, chipmakers jumped on the 32bit bandwagon for microcontroller-intensive applications.
2005-02-01 10x 'fast SPICE' speedup promised
Nascentric vows to fill the gap in the 'fast SPICE' market left by Nassda acquisition.
2003-11-03 'Free engineering' era nears end
The time of free engineering is over; Bob Bailey advises that OEMs partner with the best technology companies and establish stable supply lines now, before the whole industry goes into panic.
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