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2014-10-01 Google, Silicon Labs unveil ZigBee-like mesh network
The IoT industry badly needs a low-data-rate, low-power version of Wi-Fi, and Thread plans to deliver it. Thread's network layer isn't the same as that of ZigBee; it is more like ZigBee 3.0.
2015-07-14 GlobalFoundries rolls out FD-SOI platform
GlobalFoundries' FDX platform, using an advanced FD-SOI transistor architecture, confirms the momentum of this technology by expanding the ecosystem and assuring a source of high-volume supply.
2015-07-21 Globalfoundries plans to start FD-SOI prod'n in Europe
Globalfoundries is investing $250 million to develop and its own variant of a fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI) manufacturing process and get it into production in Europe.
2009-05-20 Globalfoundries dips $6B in new NY fab
Globalfoundries has committed up to $6 billion to develop a new fab to produce chips for AMD and new customers.
2005-09-01 Functional test targets Intel silicon
ASSET InterTech and International Test Technologies are jointly developing support for Intel Interconnect Built-In Self Test (IBIST) embedded test technology.
2007-09-21 Firms join forces to advance DFM
The Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) announced that top chip makers and EDA tool vendors have established a design-for-manufacturing (DFM) coalition intended to build on previous DFM efforts.
2010-01-06 Fearless IC forecasts for 2010
2010 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already uncertainty in the air. EE Times' Mark LaPedus offers his chip forecasts and other prediction for 2010.
2008-05-01 Fabless ASIC camp gets funds
eASIC Corp. has announced that it raised $48 million in late-stage financing, joining a number of other fabless ASIC vendors that have completed sizable funding rounds to boost their competitiveness.
2015-08-13 Exploring the power of Zigbee 3.0
In this article, we take inventory of where things really stand, and make some assessment of where things are going in the Internt of Things market.
2008-11-14 Executives seek to bring back Europe's glory days
Europe needs to master innovation and shape its own semiconductor future to restore competitiveness, according to a report from the European Semiconductor Industry Association.
2013-01-10 Everspin exhibits ST-MRAM viability for SSD
The reduced switching current and simplified circuitry of ST-MRAM enables it to support the write bandwidth required for DDR3 performance, according to Everspin Technologies.
2008-05-09 eSilicon eyes acquisitions to drive growth
eSilicon is building up a portfolio of IP cores and has taken its first steps on the acquisition trail by buying Sweden's SwitchCore, a provider of Ethernet switching chips.
2010-05-06 ESC: Medical electronics designers need to push the envelop
The widespread adoption of portable medical devices is forcing medical electronics designers to devise new ways of integrating diverse biotechnologies with electronics while cutting power consumption.
2008-05-14 Emerging markets offset global economic slump
According to forecaster Future Horizons, emerging economies like China and India could offset the growing economic slump in the rest of the world.
2009-03-19 Embedded code gets a dose of parallelism
CriticalBlue has announced a tool that can add parallelism to programs running on multicore embedded processors.
2006-09-18 EDA rivals spar over power issues
Any EDA vendor or large EDA user will tell you there's a compelling need for a standard way to express power-management intent throughout the IC design flow. The problem is that two separate groups are working toward that objective, amid profound disagreements over how to get there.
2007-03-16 DVB-T edges out DVB-H in mobile TV
The strong possibility that DVB-T would eclipse DVB-H has compelled chip vendors to repurpose their products and shift their targets for end-system and geographical markets.
2007-08-27 Dull cellphone designs bog down Motorola
Observers say Motorola has not implemented an institutionalized system for regularly turning out products that are compelling in design as well as rich in features.
2005-01-03 DSP, memory chips face bittersweet year
The intense growth which the IC industry has enjoyed for the past three years is expected to reach a plateau this year.
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.
2007-07-19 Digi-Key, ATS ink global distribution deal
Digi-Key and Advanced Thermal Solutions have signed a global distribution agreement, which will enable Digi-Key to address the design and production quantity thermal management needs of its customers.
2011-09-15 Dialog enters low-power wireless market
The company has unveiled DECT ULE-based devices that feature Internet connectivity and backward compatibility.
2008-10-29 Cypress positions CyFi for embedded apps
Cypress bills CyFi as a solution for low-power wireless sensor networks and human-to-machine interfaces.
2015-11-24 Connected embedded systems: Japan takes own IoT path
While the country has sat on the sidelines watching the rest of the world define IoT standards, a number of embedded systems, ranging from printers to cameras and automotive, are still designed in Japan.
2010-05-13 Comms processors pack up to 32 cores
Cavium Networks is expanding its Octeon II family with two new members that upgrade and double the number of cores available on the communications processors to 32.
2009-05-29 Comment: TI should revamp MCU strategy
Texas Instruments may be the leading supplier of analog and DSPs, but it needs to do more and expand its wings to pull itself up from the No. 8 ranking in the microcontroller arena.
2008-11-04 Comment: Motorola struggles to overcome market woes
Motorola's dreadful Q3 results and expected retreat from the European and parts of Asian regions are only part of the bad news from the ailing firm.
2008-12-23 Coming soon: Universal memory
A slew of promising "universal memory" technologies were unveiled at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), but don't look for mass adoption anytime soon.
2007-05-16 Chipmakers urge lower ESD target levels
The Industry Council on ESD Target Levelscomposed of 16 major chipmakersis pushing to cut down on-chip ESD stress target levels by more than half.
2014-04-21 Chip vendors attempt to mine DIY community with $99 boards
The industry is seeing a trend involving a growing support by chip vendors for the DIY communityproviding reference designs on single computer boards and profiting from it. As it is, there appears a long way to go before vendors can leverage the potential of these 'makers'.
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