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2006-02-14 Samsung develops 1GB micro memory card
Samsung Electronics has developed a micro memory card, designated 1GB MMCmicro, with a 1GB density and reportedly the fastest writing and reading speed.
2006-04-24 Samsung claims first 2Gbyte MMC for cellphones
Samsung announced that it has developed a 2Gbyte MultiMediaCard that combines four 4Gbit NAND flash devices.
2006-05-16 Running start helps clear 90nm hurdles
Back in 2004, fabless IC maker Sandbridge Technologies couldn't get the performance it needed at the 0.13?m process node. The wireless-telecom player took a risk and became one of the first companies to try the relatively untested 90nm node.
2002-06-05 RTL-to-GDSII flow shows signs of maturity
The RTL-to-GDSII design flow will take center stage at next week's Design Automation Conference in New Orleans, as several vendors show new technologies intended to solidify an all-in-one flow.
2003-01-31 RLC extraction tool supports Cadence, Mentor flows
Sequence Design has announced an RLC extraction tool that supports large mixed-signal designs in both Cadence and Mentor flows.
2002-11-26 Risks of customer-owned tooling send designers to ASICs
Like do-it-yourselfers who wished they had called the plumber or electrician instead of botching a home repair, chip makers seem to be having second thoughts about customer-owned tooling.
2005-08-01 RF IC tools still seeking paths to silicon
Complicated by multiple modulation schemes, RF tools have become proficient at simulating behavior on an architectural level.
2006-11-16 Revised VHDL boosts IP security
The Accellera standards organization has approved a revised version of the VHDL specification, marking a huge step forward for the design language.
2006-10-10 Revised VHDL adds IP encryption capability
Proclaiming a major step forward for the VHDL design language, the Accellera standards organization this week announced it has approved a revised version of the VHDL specification, which features Property Specification Language (PSL) assertions and IP encryption capabilities.
2006-09-01 Restricted design rules challenge DFM
The recent Design Automation Conference made it clear that the EDA industry is counting on DFM for a much-needed boost. But the RDRs that are quietly emerging for 45nm and smaller geometries may reduce the need for some DFM tools and techniques, some observers say.
2002-03-07 Reality hampers vision of interoperable IP cores
Although the worldwide market for semiconductor IP is growing 20 percent a year, the electronics industry's efforts to establish open IP trading have been hindered by instability and self-recrimination, according to panelists at the Design Automation and Test in Europe conference.
2002-07-01 Rambus rolls 6.4Gbps backplane serial link cell
Rambus Inc. has announced the availability of a 6.4Gbps version of its RaSer V Serial Link cell, enabling networking, server, and storage system manufacturers to double system switching capacity at the same number of traces on the backplane.
2001-05-16 Questions for SystemC
OSCI is supposed to be an "open" and independent standards effort, but Synopsys still has total control over the license agreement.
2003-05-19 Q1 wafer shipments down, but demand should increase
The Fabless Semiconductor Association said wafer shipments dipped 5 percent in Q1 but is expected to slowly increase from now through 2004.
2003-04-25 PrimeTime tool steps up to 50 million gates
A new release of Synopsys' PrimeTime tool claims a runtime performance boost of two- to seven-fold over previous releases.
2002-03-19 PMC-Sierra network IC terminates up to 12 DS3/E3 channels
The PM5383 S/UNI-12xJET is claimed to replace up to four discrete devices in performing the aggregation, transport and termination of up to 12-channels of DS3/E3 and J2 protocols, enabling DS3 services to be deployed in both new and existing platforms.
2005-06-08 Platform strategy fuels Wind River rebound
Ken Klein, who took over as chief executive officer of Wind River Systems Inc. 18 months ago, kicked off the company's users' conference here last month in slightly contrarian fashion
2002-03-18 Plasmon 5.25-inch optical drive provides 8MBps transfers
Targeted for use in archiving, document imaging, call centers, and banking applications, the Ultra Density Optical (UDO) 5.25-inch optical drive technology features a 30GB capacity and a data transfer rate of up to 8MBps.
2003-02-07 Placement tools criticized for hampering IC designs
Current IC placement algorithms leave so much excess wire that chip designs are essentially several technology generations behind where they could be, according to a recent paper by researchers at UCLA.
2003-11-11 Philippines set for sunshine economy in '04
The electronics industry in the Philippines is poised for a "sunshine economy" in 2004.
2008-06-16 Persistent memory makes cars smarter
This article examines approaches to make automotive electronic systems more customizable and experience-based. A method for experience-based customization as well as the use of distributed persistent memory as an available technology is proposed. Total recall is defined as the ability to recall information from persistent memory that is acted on in conjunction with sensor input.
2006-11-28 Peripherals controller IC revs phone-to-PC downloads
Cypress is rolling out a dedicated peripherals controller that is said to boost the transfer rates for complex data and media files from a handset to a PC via a USB link at speeds up to 480Mbps.
2007-01-01 Peripherals concept rolls for media handsets
Cypress Semiconductor will unveil a dedicated peripherals controller that can download files from a handset to a PC faster than solutions from competing companies.
2007-04-23 PC shipments up 9% in Q1, Gartner says
Worldwide PC shipments increased by 8.9 percent totaling to 62.7 million units in Q1 2007, according to preliminary results by Gartner Inc.
2004-11-01 Partnerships key to EDA success in Asia
Partnerships will have to be formed and nurtured, and EDA companies will have to be more involved in the actual design process to improve their tools.
2005-03-10 Panelists peer into future of FPGAs
Where will FPGA design be in 2010? Panelists from leading FPGA vendors offered differing conclusions at the Easy Paths to Silicon seminar at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco Monday (March 7).
2004-03-09 Panel debates viability of ESL tools market
As IC designs become larger and more complex, there is a growing need for electronic system level (ESL) design tools.
2002-03-25 Pace of technology takes toll on designers, PCB panelists say
The relentless pace of technology development tops the concerns of PCB designers, according to panelists at the PCB Design Conference's Technology Forum luncheon.
2005-07-01 OS helps developers get to market on time
Off-the-shelf software is more than merely providing code--it's helping harried developers get to market on time.
2006-11-16 Open p-cells may reform EDA distribution model
CiraNova hasn't publicly announced a product, but its Website is offering free downloads of PyCell Studio, a Python-based tool that generates PyCells, or "universal" OpenAccess-based p-cells.
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