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2002-03-27 Novas readies behavior-based debugging technology
Novas Software Inc. is preparing a behavior-based debugging technology that it says will support higher levels of abstraction, and is also promising improved performance and new "knowledge management" capabilities for the upgrade of its Debussy HDL debugging tool.
2003-03-03 Novas adds assertion support to debugger
Novas Software Inc. has added OpenVera assertion support to its new Verdi Behavior-Based Debug System.
2006-07-14 New MAX II CPLDs offer lower cost, power savings
Altera said the new MAX II devices feature ultra-small packages, a new power-down capability and the lowest cost in the industry.
2006-08-11 New LabView seen to compete with Mathworks tools
Market watchers said enhancements in the new Labview 8.20 move NI deeper into The Mathworks' territory.
2005-07-18 New growth for EDA's in-house tools
Vertically integrated IC companies with large in-house EDA teams have given way to independent EDA companies offering full tool suites; conditions are changing to reverse this trend.
2005-02-10 NEC, Renesas ready application processors
NEC Electronics and Renesas Technology Corp. separately announced application processors aimed at the still-wide-open smart phone market.
2006-05-01 Nanotransistors ripe for CMOS
IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center has crafted an experimental IC that uses a single-molecule nanotube as the common transistor channel for five CMOS-like inverters wired as a ring oscillator.
2003-11-12 Mux rolls for serial attached SCSI storage
PMC-Sierra Inc. has become one of the first chipmakers to dive into the nascent market for the serial attached SCSI interface.
2004-01-29 Multimedia card striving to become universal memory
The MultiMediaCard Association is equipping its flash memory cards with higher data rates, a wider bus and more security in hopes of overtaking the CompactFlash card for market dominance.
2004-10-18 Multicore MPUs go mainstream
Intel's decision to take multicore processors into volume production raises a host of unanswered questions.
2006-12-05 Mosaid acquires PSRAM patent portfolio
Mosaid Technologies Inc. has acquired a portfolio of pseudo-SRAM (PSRAM) technology, consisting of three U. S. patents, three Taiwan patents and three Korea patents.
2002-10-16 Monterey adds Synplicity synthesis to ASIC design
Claiming to have a full RTL-to-GDSII design flow, Monterey Design Systems has added logic synthesis to its Dolphin system.
2004-09-09 Module makers take sides in bitter UWB battle
The race to market ultrawideband-enabled devices will accelerate this week when Freescale Semiconductor Inc. announces three companies that will develop Mini-PCI modules incorporating Freescale's UWB technology for use in TVs, media servers and storage devices.
2008-10-15 Mixed-signal FPGAs heed medical calling
Increasing health care costs, the prevalence of chronic diseases, aging populations and large emerging markets are creating tremendous demand for affordable, robust and reliable medical devices to improve the treatment and care of millions of patients worldwide.
2002-03-18 Mitsubishi, Toshiba team up on 3G platform
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. and Toshiba Corp. have agreed to jointly develop 3G mobile phones in an effort to establish a common platform for dual-mode phones with multimedia capabilities.
2008-01-29 Microsoft pie slice shrinks as PC market perks up
While Microsoft's OS sales are increasing in absolute terms, the company is getting a smaller slice of a growing PC market.
2005-01-17 Micron bets big on CMOS image sensor market
For Micron, it's never too late to pursue a big business opportunity--and CMOS may be the break they need.
2008-06-16 Microchip polishes skills to battle the doldrums
Steve Sanghi joined Microchip Technology Inc. as president and CEO in 1990when the company was near liquidationand engineered a remarkable turnaround.
2004-07-30 Micro-DIMM memory portfolio empowers sub-notebooks
Infineon Technologies AG is releasing its new DDR-Micro-DIMM (Dual In-line Memory Module) module.
2002-04-19 Mergers create two tiers of IP providers
A two-tiered semiconductor intellectual-property vendor market may be emerging as a result of recent mergers and acquisitions in the sector.
2007-02-06 Mentor revenues up 12%, Synplicity flat
Mentor Graphics Corp. announced a Q4 revenue gain of 11 percent over the prior year, with overall 2006 revenue up 12 percent.
2003-06-12 Mentor PCB acquisition boosts packaging design
The ongoing consolidation of the PCB CAD marketplace has resumed, as Mentor Graphics announced its purchase of the assets of Dansk Data Electronik-EDA A/S.
2005-10-10 Mentor making automotive EDA push
Looking to push its widely acknowledged lead in the automotive EDA space, Mentor Graphics Corp. Thursday (Oct. 6) announced a major new automotive design push.
2003-12-08 Mentor get "physical" with FPGA synthesis
Mentor Graphics will roll out what it calls the first "integrated" RTL and physical FPGA synthesis solution.
2004-04-06 Mentor FPGA synthesis users speak out
Over 50 users of Mentor Graphics FPGA synthesis tools shared their stories in the latest edition of the E-Mail Synopsys Users Group (ESNUG), adding credibility to a report that Mentor has increased its market share.
2006-10-26 Mentor acquires ESL design company
Eyeing to secure a position in the growing ESL design tool market, Mentor Graphics Corp. has acquired Summit Design for an undisclosed sum.
2007-09-17 MEMS finds niche in space exploration
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has started a program to develop MEMS technologies that reduce the size, weight and power of its radio transceivers.
2006-02-09 Memory Bulletin: NAND up with glut
Expect another big year for the NAND-based flash memory market despite a slight oversupply situation in the market.
2006-03-02 Memory Bulletin: NAND prices dive
Spot prices for NAND-based flash memories continue to fall at an alarming rate amid ongoing rumors of product order cancellations from Apple Computer and Sony, according to Gartner.
2003-05-16 MediaQ processors target portable, handheld apps
MediaQ Inc. will introduce a new family of ARM-based application processors designed to enhance multimedia features on PDAs and smart phones.
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