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2008-09-02 Achieve efficiencies with algorithmic synthesis
Algorithmic synthesis moves the creation of application engines (algorithms on silicon) to a higher level of abstraction, giving significant time and cost savings.
2007-02-27 ACE Awards to honor industry's finest
The ACE Awards in mainland China recognize progressive semiconductor companies that have helped the country's design engineers in the development of more sophisticated electronic products.
2006-11-17 ACE Awards in mainland China to honor outstanding semiconductor companies
The first Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Awards in mainland China provides local engineers an avenue to acknowledge companies that have enabled them to develop more sophisticated electronic products.
2012-05-04 Accelerometer senses shocks up to 400g
ST's H3LIS331DL is a motion sensor that targets space- and power-constrained applications, from car black boxes to medical monitoring devices and sports equipment.
2004-08-16 AC scan needed for nanoscale device testing
AC scan offers a number of key advantages over DC scan and other traditional functional test approaches.
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them.
2013-02-27 A primer on FRAM (Part 1)
Know the history and basic operating principles of ferroelectric RAM.
2005-03-16 A link forged in copper
Two design teams that helped define high-bit-rate DSL standards a decade ago are facing off in yet another realm where copper carries data.
2003-01-21 A cautious optimism for 2003
Despite the protracted global economic recession and the downturn in the semiconductor industry, Novellus is cautiously optimistic for modest growth in 2003.
2014-07-11 8Gb DDR3 components double memory per chip
I'M has developed its own way to manufacture 8Gb DDR3 components with single chip-select utilising existing 30nm manufacturing technologies.
2007-03-08 8bit MCU delivers performance from tiny package
Silicon Labs has launched a highly integrated 8bit MCU that combines a 25MIPS CPU, 10bit ADC and an internal 2 percent oscillator in a 3-by-3mm package.
2009-02-20 65nm SoC caters to CMMB
Newport Media Inc. has announced a 65nm SoC that can serve as a receiver for China Multimedia Mobile Broadcasting (CMMB) broadcasts.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2003-05-16 5.8GHz RF is focused for analog vets
After years of lagging behind on different ventures, Micro Linear Corp will concentrate on 5.8GHz RF products.
2010-04-19 4N switch tailored for car AV/navigation systems
Alps' SKSG series TACT switch features high operation force that protects against accidental operation, making it suitable for car AV equipment as well as keyless entry or car navigation systems.
2008-10-24 450mm wafer standard gets industry nod
Hoping to accelerate the development of 450mm fabs, International Sematech and others have formulated a preliminary standard for 450mm silicon wafers.
2007-09-17 3G power amps to use revised CMOS
Acco Semiconductor believes it has found a way to create low-cost CMOS power amplifiers for 3G cellphones that can operate with the power efficiency and robustness of GaAs Pas.
2011-06-20 3D merges chip production routes
As advanced processes accompany the shrinking of devices per Moore's law, another section of the industry is running on more relaxed design rules with older fabs. Monolithic 3D could bridge this gap.
2006-08-24 32bit SBC based on AMCC/IBM PowerPC 405GPr processor
Actis Computer SA has introduced the KSBC-0405, a 32bit PowerPC SBC based on the AMCC/IBM PowerPC 405GPr processor at 266MHz.
2012-06-13 20nm is a different playing field, says exec
According to Synopsys Inc.'s Saleem Haider, the requirement for lithography double patterning on many layers makes moving to the 20nm node a major undertaking that will require customers to invest in new design tool sets.
2007-04-16 1Gbit mobile DRAM, CMOS sensors aimed at cellphones
Micron Technology Inc. introduced a new line of CMOS image sensors for camera-based cellphones, as well as what it claims is the industry's 'first' 1Gbit mobile DRAM for multifeatured handsets to be based on a 78nm technology.
2011-09-21 16G chipset offers 14Gb/s performance
Gennum has launched 16G Fiber Channel module chipsetthe GN2017 and the GN1068, which are compatible with recent Fiber Channel applications.
2010-01-11 14.6Mpixel image sensors enable HD video at 60fps
OmniVision Technologies Inc. launches two 14.6Mpixel image sensors capable of delivering high-resolution still photography and full 1,080p HD video at 60fps.
2005-06-09 11 join Power.org open microprocessor movement
Power.org, an open community of developers, tool providers and manufacturers developing standards and applications around IBM Corp.'s Power Architecture, has added 11 new members to its organization
2016-03-10 1 trillion units of semicon shipments forecast for 2018
Unit shipments took a dip in 2008 and 2009 during the global financial recession, only to surge by 25 per cent in 2010, the second-highest growth rate since 1978.
2002-09-23 0-In Design: A preferred approach for verification
Companies designing complex multimillion gate ASICs recognize functional verification as one of the largest problems facing design teams.
2007-08-01 'Work smart' mantra mines innovation
It's no secret that demands on engineers have gotten tougher, and symptomatic of pressures on the design community is an upsurge of "embattled engineers." Jasper Design Automation CEO Kathryn Kranen tells us why the "work smarter" approach drives productivity and innovation as opposed to "work harder."
2005-04-18 'Synergy' plan in play at Sony
Sony's recent executive shuffle has raised questions about the company's synergy and vertical integration.
2002-07-04 'Infrastructure IP' seen aiding SoC yields
Design-for-yield is becoming a goal for SoC designers as today's very deep-submicron semiconductor technologies of 130nm and below are reaching defect susceptibility levels that result in lower manufacturing yields and reliability.
2008-10-09 'Green' energy emerging from two lighting systems
Despite the attention drawn on other sources of energy to increase available power, some measures are targeted to the conservation of energy. Along with "making more," the energy challenge is also aimed at "using less."
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