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2008-07-02 Virage Logic absorbs logic memory IP biz of Impinj
Virage Logic Corp. and Impinj Inc. have announced that Virage Logic has acquired Impinj's logic non-volatile memory intellectual property business for $5.2 million.
2005-01-19 TI, Impinj agree to work together on RFID standard update
Fabless semiconductor startup Impinj Inc., whose patented Self-Adaptive Silicon technology is being applied to radio frequency identification (RFID) products, has agreed to cooperate with Texas Instruments Inc. on the development of products that are compliant with a standard ratified by EPCglobal Inc., according to Impinj.
2006-06-21 SanDisk licenses non-volatile memory from Impinj
Fabless chip company Impinj Inc. has made a deal with to license its memory technology, AEON, to SanDisk Corp.
2006-03-02 Impinj, UMC partner in embedded NVM cores
Impinj and UMC announced a partnership to deliver Impinj's AEON family of embedded nonvolatile memory cores for UMC's 0.18?m and 0.13?m CMOS technologies.
2003-11-19 Impinj, AKM form licensing deal
Impinj Inc. and Asahi Kasei Microsystems have entered into a licensing agreement to integrate Impinj's Aeon non-volatile memory (NVM) technology into products developed by AKM.
2008-04-24 Impinj debuts 'few-time' non-volatile memory IP
Seeking to provide more options for IC designers, Impinj Inc. has introduced what the company calls a ''few-time'' programmable logic non-volatile memory solution.
2008-07-14 Impinj buys Intel's RFID reader chip biz
UHF Gen 2 RFID solutions provider Impinj Inc. has acquired Intel Corp.'s RFID operation.
2007-02-16 Integrate 'hard' IP into an SoC
During the course of delivering such IP over the past several years, Impinj has witnessed a range of IP integration experiencesfrom the painless to the nearly disastrous. Most of the pitfalls can be avoided by following a few recommendations.
2008-07-18 Virage new DDR3 interface handles up to 1.6Gbit/s
Virage Logic has broadened its Intelli DDR memory interface product portfolio with the Intelli DDR3 memory interface that operates up to 1.6Gbit/s.
2010-04-19 Virage Logics sets sight on subsystems
Virage Logic no longer sees itself as just a provider of a collection of IP cores, instead, it's betting on becoming a supplier of 'subsystems' that can be quickly embedded in SoCs for its licensees.
2012-03-29 USB desktop UHF RFID reader sol'n unveiled
MTI has the RU-824 READ ME, a member of its RFID ME product line, that provides adjustable transmit output level control up to 24dBm in 1dB steps.
2007-04-25 TSMC's IP moves stir up concern among providers
TSMC's move to broaden its portfolios of internally developed semiconductor IP and third-party IP has some observers asking whether the company is migrating to a more ASIC-like business model.
2006-08-01 Spansion, SanDisk move to secure mobile systems
Spansion Inc. and SanDisk Corp. are using different approaches to tackle the ever-growing need for security in mobile systems.
2008-03-06 RFID market to hit $1.4B in China, notes ABI
The total market revenue of RFID applications in China will hit nearly $1.4 billion this year, according to ABI Research.
2011-03-09 RFID evolves for wider adoption
RFID adoption is entering the next phase of the technology's evolution. Projects are scaling, infrastructure deployments continue, integration is deepening, the end user is more committed and investment is up.
2005-11-23 Panelists weigh potential RFID security threats
Radio Frequency identification technology is facing network security challenges. That's the consensus from TechBiz Connection panelists participating in a discussion on RFID last week at an industry gathering in Irvine, Calif.
2005-10-17 Lab steps up to challenges of RFID tech
The RFID Lab at the University of Wisconsin aims to analyze the true capabilities and limitations of RFID technologies.
2007-10-04 IBM pushes for open RFID standards
IBM convinced RFID device manufacturers to implement the Eclipse open source device model, received certification that its WebSphere RFID Information Center is compliant with EPCIS standards, and is supporting a new Low Level Reader Protocol reader-interface standard.
2015-07-03 French company weaves RFID chips, antennas into yarn
Primo1D, a spinoff of the CEA-Leti, developed a microelectronic package that allows an RFID chip to be directly connected to a set of two conductive wires (that function as antennas) and woven into a yarn.
2011-01-28 Evolving market pushes RFID tech to step up
There is evidence that RFID adoption is entering the next phase of the technology's evolution.
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