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2004-02-24 System-level design seeks traction
The move to system-level design, which is seen as critical as the industry moves to 90nm and lower, has been slowed by a lack of investment, doubts about any quick return on investment along with a shortage of systems designers and standards, U.S. experts said.
2004-05-14 System EDA firm raises $3M for expansion
Beach Solutions Ltd, a developer of system-level EDA tools, has raised $3 million to help expansion in the U.S., the company said Monday, May 10, 2004.
2004-03-18 Synopsys takes another stab at FPGA synthesis
Synopsys has tweaked its Design Compiler ASIC synthesis tool to enable designers to use the same tools and potentially the same design flow for ASICs and FPGAs.
2003-01-21 Synopsys moves customers to verification area
Synopsys Inc. hopes to hold on to a slight lead in the formal verification market as it moves customers from the Design Verifyer tool to its internally developed Formality equivalence checker.
2005-11-03 Survey: Design in China, Taiwan getting more sophisticated
Seventy-three percent of designers in China and Taiwan are designing ASICs at 180nm or below, an increase of 21 percentage points from 2004, according to the results of an annual study by Global Sources Ltd and Gartner Inc.
2002-06-13 Suppliers couple IP with design services to add value
Companies that package semiconductor IP platforms with application-specific design services are seeing growing success in 2002.
2004-10-22 STMicro, Xilinx to launch embedded FPGAs in 2005, says analyst
STMicroelectronics and partners IBM Microelectronics and Xilinx Inc. are expected to launch programmable logic cores for the ASIC and system-on-chip markets within the next six months.
2004-10-14 STMicro to partner in Chinese Linux computing initiative
STMicroelectronics has signed an agreement with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and CEA, the French Atomic Energy Commission to become a partner in the Chinese Open Platform Initiative, which is developing a new computing platform based on Linux open-source software.
2005-04-01 Statistical tool shift: It's all in the timing
Startup Extreme DA's mission is 'variation-aware' IC analysis. Can four guys in borrowed office space make a big impact on chip design?
2006-08-16 Statistical timing revs for 45nm era
Statistical-timing analysis may represent the next major technology shift in nanometer IC implementation, but it's going nowhere fast without statistical-timing models.
2006-01-02 Startup promises DFM-aware IC router
Startup Pyxis Technology Inc. has announced plans to field a design-for-manufacturability-aware IC router.
2005-01-21 Startup claims to optimize IC layouts for yield
Even the best chip layouts need some help to maximize IC yields, according to startup Nannor Technologies Inc., which is quietly preparing a layout optimization tool.
2003-01-10 ST ships 100M MPEG-2 chips, eyes DVD
When General Motors subsidiary Hughes Electronics Corp. set out to pioneer a satellite-based digital TV service as an alternative to cable eight years ago, the onus of providing silicon came to STMicroelectronics.
2006-06-15 Spirit enters IEEE standards process
The Spirit standard for IP integration and reuse has entered the IEEE standards process with the formation of the IEEE P1685 working group.
2005-10-28 Software limits multi-core ICs, panelists say
Multi-core ICs promise efficiency and performance, but will require new programming models that hide software and hardware details, according to panelists at the GSPx 2005 conference here Tuesday (Oct. 25).
2006-03-01 SoC platform aims at low-cost CE apps
LSI Logic has launched a new ASIC platform targeting battery-driven consumer devices that cost less than $149.
2006-05-02 SMIC posts sixth consecutive quarterly loss
SMIC reported its sixth consecutive quarterly loss late last week despite growing sales and a push into new foundry markets, including NAND flash and solar.
2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore.
2002-08-01 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
This news article shows the movement of Engineers to and from Singapore to find better job opportunities and advanced training.
2002-04-29 Simplex purchase expands Cadence's technology trove
In announcing its intention to purchase Simplex Solutions, Cadence Design Systems has set its sights on some key EDA and silicon architecture technology.
2003-06-02 Serial ATA market on the rise
SATA is not just a trend; it offers improved HDD performance without marked price increase.
2005-09-28 Sequence Design introduces 'formal' power grid verification
Looking to build on its reputation as an established provider of IC power management technology, Sequence Design rolled out a new product focused on another thermal issueIC power grid integrity.
2003-11-14 Semiconductor industry poised for double-digit growth in '03
According to Gartner Inc., the worldwide semiconductor industry is closing in on a double-digit increase in revenue for 2003.
2006-10-02 Self-healing chips prevent system failure
Semiconductor Research Corp. and the National Science Foundation are funding a groundbreaking research effort into "self-healing" chips that can detect and repair defects in the field.
2009-11-12 SEIPI clocks 25 years promoting Philippine electronics industry
Celebrating 25 years, SEIPI pursues its vision of transforming the Philippines into a regional center of excellence in the electronics industry.
2004-12-01 Scan design called portal for hackers
Any chip that uses scan designand any system built around it--may be vulnerable to hackers.
2005-06-02 Samsung's 70nm 4Gb NAND flash device writes data at 16MBps
Samsung disclosed that they have already begun mass producing what it touts as the highest density NAND flash device yet to take advantage of advanced 70nm process technology
2005-06-29 Samsung sampling 5Mpixel CMOS image sensors
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd plans to start sampling soon a CMOS image sensor (CIS) with 5 megapixel QSXGA resolution.
2004-11-02 Samsung readies 72Mb SRAMs for routers, switches
Samsung Electronics will start volume production during the first half of next year of a 72Mb quad data rate (QDR) II SRAM that it is targeting at next generation network routers and switches.
2005-11-11 Samsung mass produces first 90nm 512Mb mobile DRAM
Samsung Electronics has started to mass produce 512Mb dynamic random access memory (DRAM) for mobile products, using 90nm circuitry
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