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2004-05-19 World Semiconductor Council tackles IP protection
Firing an apparent warning shot across China's bow, the World Semiconductor Council (WSC) Thursday, May 13, 2004, addressed several policy issues, including intellectual property, the environment and trade.
2015-08-21 Using behavioural analytics tools to counter IP theft
The process of securing IP and confidential product data is increasingly becoming very difficult for many organisations, especially for electronics manufacturing companies that use open source software
2005-09-26 U.S. talks tough on IP enforcement
Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said the United States would step up enforcement of IP laws, although some believe the efforts would fall short in preventing the rampant problem in China and other nations
2007-11-20 Taiwan, Philippines ink IP rights MOU
Taiwan Minister of Economic Affairs Steve Chen and Philippines' Peter Favila have signed an MOU on cooperation on IP protection.
2013-12-12 Spansion sharpens IP defence against infringers
Spansion sent letters to a list of memory companies and non-memory end users, warning them on potential patent infringement.
2006-07-13 Simulator supports Open IP Encryption design flows
Aldec announced that the new version of its Riviera simulation tool supports design flows based on Synplicity's Open IP Encryption Initiative
2005-10-28 SIA pushes for better IP protection in China
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is hoping that China will be more forthcoming on information about its intellectual property protection measures after the United States, Japan and Switzerland filed a request under the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (Trips) agreement
2006-03-22 Semiconductors aid Chinese focus on IP issues
As China and the United States prepare for the annual Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade early next month, the thorny issue of IP protection is pushing to the forefront again.
2006-11-16 Revised VHDL boosts IP security
The Accellera standards organization has approved a revised version of the VHDL specification, marking a huge step forward for the design language.
2006-10-10 Revised VHDL adds IP encryption capability
Proclaiming a major step forward for the VHDL design language, the Accellera standards organization this week announced it has approved a revised version of the VHDL specification, which features Property Specification Language (PSL) assertions and IP encryption capabilities
2015-10-21 Protect IP, business model with software licence management
As the value of devices continues to shift from physical components towards software running the device, the need to protect and flexibly control that software is becoming paramount. Here's a primer on software licence management.
2005-01-17 New IP mindset taking hold in China
While the intellectual property (IP) scene is becoming complicated every other day, what probably worries some electronic industry observers most is IP regimens in mainland China
2006-07-25 MIT boosts India's IP rights enforcement
India's Ministry of Information Technology has amended its IP rights program to curtail patent infringement and adhere to international trade rules on intellectual property
2011-01-26 IPC releases standard on PCB IP protection
With IPC-1071, IPC hopes to help the electronics industry save money by providing a single standard on IP protection to which PCB manufacturers can certify.
2014-05-07 IP theft compels U.S. firms to terminate China venture
China's growth is said to be anchored on "acquiring science and technology" through several methods that include the illegal and appears to be sanctioned by the government.
2007-07-11 IP standards body VSIA closes shop
The VSIA, an IP standards body for the electronics industry, announced that it will close its operations and transfer work to other organizations
2005-02-01 IP protection vs. EDA innovation
We're apparently not going to get a court verdict on whether Nassda's founders stole Synopsys trade secrets, and we're left with lingering questions about how to protect IP without discouraging startups
2005-01-17 IP protection vs. EDA innovation
Earlier this month Synopsys announced it would acquire Nassda following a long legal battle. Synopsys alleged that Nassda's HSIM circuit simulator is based on
2009-08-11 HKSTP, IBM ink PowerPC IP core tie-up
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corp. (HKSTP) and IBM Corp. have signed an agreement to make the latter's PowerPC SoC IP available through HKSTP's new Secure Virtual IP Chamber
2007-03-12 Fueling China's IC design market with advanced IP
China has become the third largest consumer of semiconductors and is forecasted to be the largest market for semiconductors by 2010.
2006-06-23 FSA establishes IP trading center
The Fabless Semiconductor Association signed a memorandum of understanding with three other groups to establish the Greater China Semiconductor Intellectual Property Trading Center.
2006-09-01 Crypto model checks IP leakage in fabs
Security specialist Certicom rolled out a hardware-based approach to protecting silicon IP using its elliptic-curve cryptography technology and a 20,000-gate embedded core. The company hopes to gain an early-mover advantage as commercial and military developers step up efforts in semiconductor security
2008-04-17 China strengthens IP enforcement, faces challenges
China has moved to evolve and bolster its enforcement of IP laws, but there are many challenges on the complex legal front in that nation, according to panelists at this week's Intellectual Property Symposium
2012-01-13 China set to grow despite looming IP fears
The country consumed about 40 percent of the world's $298 billion in semiconductors in 2010, a slice set to expand to 50 percent as it grows as a global systems maker.
2007-01-01 China design firms favor soft IP
Gaining proficiency at handling the more design-intensive soft IP, China companies that buy IP blocks are now favoring soft over hard cores
2012-10-02 Can China ever shed its shady IP reputation
While having a tainted record when it comes to IP protection, China is showing signs of wanting to break from the mold.
2006-01-13 Zarlink Ethernet switches designed for IP video apps
Zarlink's new ClassSwitch platform of single- chip, full-service Layer 2 Ethernet switches designed for network access equipment supporting packet-based apps.
2008-02-12 USB IP saves power, simplifies connection
Synopsys has expanded it DesignWare USB IP product line with support for the USB 2.0 Link Power Management and High Speed Inter-Chip standards
2007-11-27 UPS targets scalable protection for nets, data centers
Targeting scalable protection for networks and data centers, Falcon Electric Inc. has introduced a series of double-conversion on-line uninterruptible power supplies (UPS
2004-01-16 Upgrading to a real-time IP network
Despite this impressive growth, IP networks have not succeeded in supporting real-time apps and converged legacy services
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