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2007-07-10 Mechatronics paves way for driverless cars
Once dismissed as a fad, mechatronics has fulfilled its promise of smart autonomous electromechanical systems, used both in NASA's Rover and in the modern car.
2004-03-01 Market study bares embedded systems development trends
According to Venture Development Corp., the market for embedded OSs would reach over $1 billion by 2007, with Asia-Pacific leading the growth trend.
2006-01-01 Making things matter in 'rest of Asia'
Rest-of-Asia countries are focusing on embedded design services, consumer-products manufacturing and back-end support.
2003-10-01 Mainland's stability hinges on performance of local firms
Mainland China continues to solidify its position as the frontier of the future of commerce as its semiconductor industry thrives; there are still a million new graduates who have no jobs, however, and the dragon of the East needs to come up new opportunities for growth to remedy this.
2004-09-22 Mainland China a driving force in the global chip industry
The GlobalTronics 2004 Summit held in Singapore last Sept. 7 confirms the Asia-Pacific region will continue to experience growth in the semiconductor industry, and that mainland China will be the driving force in the sector.
2004-05-21 Magma to expand into structured ASICs, FPGAs
Magma Design is turning its attention to FPGAs and structured ASICs with the release of new products in its Blast line targeting those markets.
2005-02-01 Magma reveals next-gen IC design suite
Magma Design Automation introduced Cobra, an internal development effort that promises a number of technology breakthroughs.
2003-04-30 Magma folds synthesis into integrated tool suite
Magma Design Automation has unveiled the Blast Create, a single tool that combines silicon virtual prototyping, RTL, and analysis.
2002-04-23 LSI Logic SCSI controller supports 640MBps transfers
LSI Logic Corp. has begun commercial production of two controllers that meet the Ultra320 SCSI standard, supporting burst data-transfer speeds of 320MBps over a single channel and of twice that speed with a dual-channel controller.
2006-07-24 Lower prices drive PC shipment growth in Q2
Worldwide PC shipments totaled 54.9 million units in the second quarter of 2006, an 11 percent increase from the same period last year, according to Gartner.
2000-05-01 Long road ahead for analog synthesis
It may be a bit like asking why can't women be more like men, but the question, "Why can't analog be more like digital?" is the most common complaint among engineers attempting to use analog design tools. Synthesis (the automatic generation of physical circuitry from a high-level language description) is one area where analog design departs drastically from digital.
2002-03-15 Long live both ASICs and ASSPs
Until there is a one-size-fits-all platform in communications, ASICs and ASSPs are both here to stay.
2006-06-20 Linux platform for cellphones coming
Motorola, NEC Corp., NTT Docomo Inc., Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics and Vodafone Group announced a collaboration to establish an open Linux-based software platform for mobile phones.
2005-05-02 Limits of IP block strategy exposed
Analog IP must be offered within the context of a broader solution that includes tools, services and lots of support.
2004-05-19 Lighthouse introduces synthesis tools for Verilog test
Promising to reduce testbench development time by up to 80 percent, startup Lighthouse Design Automation Inc. will introduce tools that synthesize Verilog testbenches from high-level specifications.
2007-04-16 Li-ion battery triples notebook operating life
Startup Boston-Power Inc. has fielded a Li-ion battery for notebook computers that promises a faster charge time and a threefold longer life span than existing batteries.
2003-01-22 Lattice pushes low-power PLDs into handhelds
The company has come up with a zero-power programmable logic architecture that consumes less than 40?A in standby.
2002-06-18 Keynoter says chip value is in its intellectual property
Silicon complexity and rapidly changing architectures are making embedded software development much more difficult, said Jerry Fiddler, founder and chairman of Wind River Systems Inc.
2004-04-13 Japanese regulators raid Intel offices
Japan's Fair Trade Commission raided the offices of the Japanese unit of Intel Corp. on Thursday (April 8) looking for evidence that the chip giant is illegally pressuring PC makers to avoid using competitors' processors.
2004-05-13 Japan's IC needs met at home
Japan's semiconductor market became the world's largest last year, driven by demand from non-PC products, especially digital consumer electronics, mobile phones and car-related electronics.
2005-05-30 Japan's economic bond with China to stay strong, JEITA chairman says
The chairman of the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) has sought to dispel concerns that an uneasy relationship between China and Japan would have economic repercussions.
2006-02-24 iSuppli: NAND glut to depress DRAM prices
The current surplus of NAND flash memory is expected to negatively impact prices of DRAM devices in the near future, according to iSuppli.
2003-05-02 Is semiconductor inventory corrected?
Misconceptions about the reasons behind the semiconductor industry's recent collapse need to be corrected; one such hazy idea is the inventories on the balance sheet of semiconductor companies.
2005-04-01 Is EDA's world too provincial?
If EDA wants to come out of its current stagnation, it may be time to broaden the focus.
2008-03-18 iPhone redefines embedded software security
Apple's iPhone and Microsoft CE-based devices are upping the ante for security software in embedded systems, according to experts.
2005-04-18 IP reuse simplifies design, verification
An automated integration of IP using a platform-based strategy may help designers simplify chip design and verification.
2006-08-08 Intel, Micron JV preps new fab
IM Flash Technologies will shortly announce a new 300mm fab in an effort to keep pace with its rivals, according to analysts.
2002-02-14 Intel launches first Xscale to fire up PDA sector
Intel Corp. rolled out the first chips based on its vaunted Xscale architecture. Weighing in at 400MHz and 200MHz, the devices are expected to spice up a PDA market that analysts say is suffering from lack of differentiation, poor wireless connectivity, low horsepower and a dearth of true productivity applications.
2004-08-11 Infineon expands DRAM agreement with Winbond
Semiconductor suppliers Infineon Technologies AG and Winbond Electronics Corp. have signed an agreement to expand their existing cooperation on the production of standard DRAM chips.
2005-09-02 Infineon defends memory stance
Allaying recent rumors about plans to spin off its memory unit, Infineon Technologies AG defended the business despite a lackluster outllook for the sector.
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