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2006-09-18 Wind River brings Linux to handsets
Wind River Systems Inc. announced its fourth-generation release of Linux, aimed at networking equipment and handheld devices including cellphones.
2006-06-16 Wet lithography makes its way out to fabs
Strained silicon answered the call first, offering mobility enhancements to rescue chip developers from high-k gate oxide delays.
2006-10-02 Validator matches DUT signals to simulations
Advantest Corp.'s Certimax design validation test system matches signals from a device under test to simulations.
2006-05-01 TI, Green Hills team up to develop DaVinci code
The collaboration has produced an IDE for the DaVinci technology featuring a debug that could handle multiple cores and maintain OS awareness.
2006-05-17 TI signs up Chartered for 65nm production
Texas Instruments is tweaking its manufacturing strategy, adding Chartered Semiconductor Mfg as a third foundry for 65nm production.
2006-07-01 Team effort for gateways
An "office-in-a-box" design that shipped recently for the small- and medium-business market leverages Freescale's PowerQuicc silicon, a GbE switch from Vitesse Semiconductor and software from Jungo Software Technologies.
2006-06-02 Symposium to mull 45nm challenges
Technologists attending the 2006 Symposium on VLSI Technology in mid-June will hear about multiple facets of 45nm processes
2005-11-16 Startup spins digital power chips
Zilker Labs Inc. offers system designers a means of applying programmable intelligence to power distribution and monitoring.
2006-03-16 Startup aims to sharpen handset photos
Sozotec collaborates with Nvidia and wireless service providers on image-quality enhancements for cellphone cameras and other mobile and handheld devices.
2006-03-01 Spec covers high-speed signaling boards
The VITA has approved a working standard for a ruggedized board and connector format that will support high-speed signaling standards, including PCI Express, Serial RapidIO, Infiniband and Advanced Switching Interconnect.
2006-05-04 South Korea seeks more foreign investment
Foreign electronics companies tend to overlook South Korea in the rush to gain a foothold in China, a South Korean official said.
2006-09-01 Single-chip phone heads for handset market
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has developed a single-chip GSM phone that combines the power-management unit, ARM controller, battery interface and charging circuitry, digital baseband, analog baseband and RF transceiver functionality into a monolithic IC.
2005-12-16 Process R&D becomes 'a team sport'
IBM's recently developed dual-stress liner approach to strained-silicon technology came about through collaboration with its process development partners.
2006-06-16 PCs for Third World, by design
Intel Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. are taking their fierce rivalry to the Third World. At stake is an untapped emerging market of 3.8 billion people.
2006-04-17 Partners to rev PowerPC
AMCC and Intrinsity have joined forces to design a PowerPC core that could operate in the 3GHz range.
2006-08-22 New dice interconnects support up to 100Gbps
NEC Electronics has a wafer-level packaging technology that it says permits more than 1,000 3D interconnections between the logic and memory dice used in an image-processing system.
2006-05-01 NAND flash moves into new markets
While NOR-type flash will continue to be used in hundreds of systems to store boot-up code, market research firms report that it is NAND flash that is growing fast, in turn driving growth in the IC industry.
2006-08-16 MRAM ushers in era of new memory tech
For the past 11 years, Saied Tehrani and the MRAM development team he directs at Freescale Semiconductor's Arizona facility have worked on a new type of IC memoryone using magnetic resistance instead of charge storage.
2006-07-18 Monolithic GSM phone IC rolls for low-cost handsets
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has developed a single-chip GSM phone aimed at the ultralow-cost handset market.
2006-10-02 Migration to 90nm faster than expected
Despite the challenges, the transition to 90nm designs is proceeding more smoothly than the earlier move to 130nm design rules.
2006-03-16 Memory packages eye cellphones
Micron has developed a family of multichip-packaged memories for smart phones.
2006-08-01 Lithography efforts trailing 32nm target
The chip industry is enjoying a short reprieve as immersion lithography continues Moore's Law of scaling for the next few years. But for chips with a 32nm half-pitch, lithographers are counting on either extreme ultraviolet or immersion 193nm scanners enhanced with high-index fluids.
2006-06-16 Leakage control needs multipronged attack
Controlling power, experts say, is like weight control: It requires a holistic approach.
2006-04-17 Java preps dive into real-time role
Java is expected to play a bigger role in real-time applications, particularly in the military, unmanned aircraft, newly deployed systems and telematics.
2006-05-09 Intel reorg brings fabs in flash group
Intel disclosed that it will bring its NOR flash memory fabs and memory process technology development effort within the company's flash memory group.
2006-05-16 Industry trailblazer casts eye on China
As a graduate in chemical engineering in 1960, Wilf Corrigan had three job offersone in a gunpowder factory in Australia, another in Germany and the third from Transitron in Boston. The latter job paid twice as much as the other two, so the Liverpudlian packed for New England to embark on what would be a trailblazing career in the semiconductor industry.
2006-07-01 IDMs' shift to foundries undermines startups
As foundries get better and fabs get bigger, the landscape of the IC industry is changing, spurred in part by pressure from the financial community.
2006-09-01 IC savvy cuts across cultures
Jim Doran sat down with David Lammers at Spansion's Austin, Texas fab to discuss cultural differences in engineering.
2006-09-01 IBM, Freescale reunite for Power
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc. have renewed ties to develop a converged approach toward the Power processor architecture.
2006-01-16 Hitting the road with an IBM Master Inventor
David Lammers caught up with IBM Corp.'s Application integration consultant and 2004 Master Inventor Nizam Ishmael in his customized 1998 Corvette.
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