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2006-06-26 Vendors working to make WUSB a standard
Wireless USB solutions are being developed by a number of vendors to eliminate USB cable tethers.
2006-09-18 Vendors push for flash, HDD coexistence
HDD and NAND flash vendors have agreed on a peaceful coexistence, claiming that the two technologies are complementary and emphasizing the need to select the one most appropriate for a particular application.
2006-11-16 Startup promises 'one-stop shop' for memory IP
Startup Novelics calls its menu of embedded memory options sufficient to meet the needs of almost all ASIC designers, eliminating the need to work with multiple suppliers of memory intellectual property.
2006-08-01 Spansion, SanDisk move to secure mobile systems
Spansion Inc. and SanDisk Corp. are using different approaches to tackle the ever-growing need for security in mobile systems.
2006-06-09 SoC tools promise seamless SystemC-to-RTL design flow
Sonics' latest SonicsMX Smart Interconnect and SonicsStudio promise a seamless SystemC-to-RTL design flow that provides consistent SystemC or RTL versions of specific SonicsMX configurations.
2006-05-01 Processors pack VoIP bells, whistles
The VoIP products shown at the recent Voice Over Networks Conference owe their existence to the ingenuity of chip designers and algorithm developers.
2006-07-17 Plain I?C bus to get speed makeover
Designers at Royal Philips Electronics have upped the speed of the venerable I?C serial bus by 250 percent, thus improving data transfer speeds as well as response to control commands.
2006-07-11 JPEG 2000 encoder touts speed
Firmware that is claimed to turn the MathStar FPOA into the fastest available JPEG 2000 encoder gives designers a high-performance solution for medical imaging, machine vision, professional video, military and aerospace systems, and high-performance digital imaging.
2006-04-17 Intel Core ups ante in battle with AMD
Like proud fathers showing off pictures of their newborns, top executives at Intel exuberantly unveiled details of the company's Core microarchitecture at the recent Intel Developer Forum held in San Francisco.
2006-06-07 Infineon spin-off reveals memory roadmap
Qimonda told EE Times the details of its memory technology plans, which focuses on memory products, offering computer DRAMs, graphics DRAMs, consumer DRAMs, mobile DRAMs, cellular RAMs and flash products.
2006-06-16 Hub lets hosts easily share USB peripherals
The MultiSwitch USB hub developed by Standard Microsystems Corp. allows users to connect and share multiple USB peripherals without having to touch a cable.
2006-08-23 Hot Chips conference showcases high-performance architectures
The 18th annual Hot Chips conference featured presentations on the latest multicore solutions for servers and workstations and highly parallel processors for embedded apps.
2006-10-02 Fingerprint sensors secure portable systems
Growing demand for smaller and less power-hungry sensors has sparked a market for swipe-type sensorstwo of which are Fujitsu's silicon-based MBF320PBT-GE1and Synaptics' swipe touchpad solution.
2006-11-01 Enhanced FPGA suits compute-intensive apps
Velogix Inc. is developing a high-performance programmable-logic platform to run the billions of operations each second needed by applications like video and imaging, test and measurement, and communications.
2006-06-01 Digital processor aids color printer design
The Quatro 4230 digital printer processor from Zoran Corp. provides color printer designers with a highly-integrated, fully-programmable SoC solution.
2006-05-16 Designers target cost of materials
A reference design for LCD TVs leverages the just-released TV520 video reference design and PNX8535 video processor from Royal Philips Electronics to deliver superior picture quality while reducing the BOM.
2006-07-17 Buffer line handles all DDR2 speeds
A line of configurable, registered memory buffers developed by Inphi Corp. lets designers cover all DDR2 speed grade requirements with just a single chip.
2006-08-16 Arrays narrow platform ASIC, FPGA gap
Narrowing the performance and density gap between FPGAs and structured or platform ASICs, a novel configurable array architecture unveiled by startup CSwitch Corp. promises to deliver levels of flexibility not previously available in programmable products.
2006-07-01 ARM 32bitters give designers a choice
A pair of 32bit ARM-based embedded processors will let designers wrestle with a tough choicetake advantage of an off-the-shelf ARM9E-based solution from STMicroelectronics or design their own high-performance solution with the latest Cortex-R4 ARM core from ARM Ltd.
2006-06-07 AMD processor roadmap closing gap with Intel
AMD made a dizzying array of disclosures at its semiannual technology day last week, sharing aggressive technology and product plans, including a process road map intended to close the gap with Intel.
2006-06-19 Programmable chips rev critical algorithms
DRC and XtremeData deliver programmable coprocessors that can accelerate time-critical algorithms run on AMD64 processor.
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.
2006-08-10 Dual-CPU network processors deliver 800MIPS
The Gemini family of dual-CPU network processors from StorLink Semiconductors Inc. delivers up to 800MIPS.
2006-06-15 Driving away Intel's blues
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, is plagued with problems in its many businesses. We've put together ways how Intel can start chipping away its problems.
2006-06-01 ARM suite promises performance gain
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co. Ltd has released its TS-EE series of aluminum electrolytic capacitors, with a rated voltage range of 400V to 450V, and capacitance of 82F to 560F.
2006-08-10 Imsys rolls out reconfigurable Java MCU
A reconfigurable SoC, the Imsys IM3000 MCU, takes aim at low-cost Internet appliances, mobile communicators, telematics systems and industrial control applications.
2006-06-14 ARM-wrestling: MCU vs. core
Designers must wrestle between taking advantage of STMIcroelectronics' off-the-shelf ARM 9E-based solution and designing their own solution with ARM Ltd's Cortex-R4 ARM core.
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