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2006-06-01 Tools help harness multicore power
The move toward multiple processors on a single chip, on a single board and in a single system to provide more features and speed at lower power may have solved certain embedded-hardware design problems. But for software developers and vendors, embedded multiprocessing presents a daunting set of challenges.
2007-11-16 Tool rids wireless sensor nets of battery
No wires and no batteries; now there's a combination. It's the promise of a company at this year's ISA Expo with a battery-free solution for ultralow-power wireless sensor and control networks based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.
2005-09-30 TI's Templeton dismisses alliances with other chip vendors
Texas Instruments' boss is betting the company's future on the strength of its advanced CMOS process technology and analog expertise rather than seeking alliances with other chip vendors.
2011-07-28 TI's quake-damaged fabs resume operations
TI has reported that its Miho and Aizu-wakamatsu fabs have resumed their operations.
2008-10-22 TI seeks to dispose portion of mobile baseband unit
TI is in negotiations with undisclosed potential buyers of its merchant baseband IC business, but would continue to support some of its custom baseband customers.
2012-06-28 TI bets on China for MCU design
TI's facility in China is not there just to support existing MCU products. Rather, it actually executes some MCU product line development from China.
2006-05-04 Synopsys to beef up Shanghai R&D team
Synopsys plans to increase investment in its Shanghai-based R&D team to keep pace with China's increasing role as a regional chip design center.
2008-04-22 Symposium reveals future of chip design
Advances in the design and fabrication of semiconductors were unveiled last week at the International Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD).
2007-04-27 Study: MEMS market poised for solid growth
Yole Developpement reports that the global MEMS market reached almost $6 billion in 2006, and is growing at a compound annual growth rate of 14 percent.
2010-06-11 STT-RAM geared to displace DRAM, flash
Grandis Inc. has updated its STT-RAM roadmap with some ambitious efforts in mind: It hopes to replace DRAM, and eventually, NAND, with its next-generation MRAM.
2008-04-15 ST-NXP JV to spark breakup of IDM model?
The decision of STMicroelectronics and NXP to merge their wireless business begs many questions about the way forward for European semiconductor companies and for IDMs in general.
2008-05-30 ST's fab targets volume ramp production
STMicroelectronics NV earmarked $500 million in capital expenditure to take its Crolles2 wafer fab manufacturing target of around 5,000 wafers per week to meet its full-building capacity.
2008-06-05 ST strives to zero in on more markets
STMicroelectronics is gearing toward high-value applications by renewing its efforts in creating analog ICs, MEMS, power semiconductors and proprietary processes fit for energy, healthcare, automotive electronics and multimedia.
2012-09-19 Spreadtrum moves into WCDMA market
China fabless firm Spreadtrum is seeking to venture into the non-TD-SCDMA market into integrated baseband/apps processor smartphone platforms to compete with major players such as MediaTek and Qualcomm.
2005-04-18 Single UWB better than dual PHY
Agreeing to the dual-PHY standard in IEEE is a choice that would saddle consumers with expensive silicon solutions.
2012-04-11 SIA: Feb chip sales dipped 1.3%
February chip sales were down 7.3 percent compared to February 2011, according to the SIA.
2012-05-28 SIA drafts global tariff policy
"We were able to agree that for the good of the industry and the growth of the semiconductor industry we should petition respective governments to eliminate tariffs all chips including multichip packages," said Brian Toohey, president of the SIA.
2012-04-03 SIA confident on regaining Intel, AMD
With Intel and AMD's withdrawal from in the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, the publication lost its reliability, but the new chair of SIA announced a powerful statement: We will fix it.
2010-11-11 SIA board elects new leaders
The Semiconductor Industry Association's board of directors has elected Ray Stata and Rich Beyer as chairman and vice chairman, respectively.
2016-02-23 Sensor hubs take centre-stage at MWC
While STMicroelectronics and Bosch have new sensors for mobile,
2008-03-06 Security awareness now critical in embedded apps
The implementation of safety and security features in embedded applications is becoming a key topic as fail-safe and security technologies migrate to applications well away from the traditionally security- and safety-conscious military-aerospace and automotive sectors.
2005-01-28 Samsung takes lead in IMEC mobile terminal research
South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has become the first long-term strategic partner within the multi-mode multimedia research program known as M4, being organized by IMEC.
2008-11-24 RTOS hypervisor eyes mobile device apps
OK Labs has introduced OKL4 3.0, an embedded hypervisor and OKL4 Nano.
2008-05-14 Rivas resigns, Allen takes over AMD PC group
AMD has appointed Randy Allen head of its core PC group, as computing groups head Mario Rivas has left the company.
2007-07-17 Rise of mixed-signal SoCs hints at changing analog market
Despite such well-reasoned doubts, market statistics show an analog IP market on the rise. The analog and mixed-signal IP market grew 34 percent in 2006, accounting for 16 percent of the overall design IP market, says Gartner.
2008-01-02 Revealing the true value of China's IC design houses
Among Chinese IC design companies, Shanghai Jade Technologies Co. Ltd is unique. While the majority of local IC design companies focus on cost-control advantages and target the middle- and low-end markets, Jade aims for high-end products.
2014-08-11 Renesas works out EOL deals to survive the crunch
In the Japanese semiconductor firm's case, posting sales that reflected 4.9 per cent increase over the previous quarter is hardly a proof of its full recovery. Renesas' Hisao Sakuta said its most urgent task is to improve its gross profit rate, which requires negotiating end-of-line deals with customers.
2010-10-18 Renesas prepares mixed-signal MCUs
Seeing potential applications for mixed-signal microcontrollers, Renesas has been developing the devices and expects to market them within the next two years.
2009-02-04 Renesas details restructuring plans
Hit hard by the downturn, Japan chipmaker Renesas Technology Corp. has replaced its top executive amid losses, layoffs and plans to shutter older fabs.
2010-07-08 Qualcomm plans to rev up struggling lines
Qualcomm Inc. launched a number of new initiatives for many of its lesser-known products including Brew OS, Snapdragon and MediaFlo mobile TV.
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