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2008-06-30 Application review and comparative evaluation of low-side gate driver
Fairchild Semiconductor's application note 6069 by Mark Dennis provides details of MOSFET switching action in applications with clamped inductive load, when used as a secondary synchronous rectifier, and driving pulse drive transformers.
2006-07-11 ATE industry might slow down this year, warns Canaccord analyst
According to an analyst at Canaccord Adams, the automatic test equipment industry could slow down at the second half of this year.
2005-08-29 Wall Street down on ATE industry
The automatic test equipment (ATE) industry is finally showing some signs of life after a major slump, but Wall Street remains disappointed with the loss-ridden sector.
2005-02-15 TI to begin sampling initial 65nm DSP devices
At the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) here, Texas Instruments Inc. disclosed that it will shortly begin sampling its first 65nm devices amid an aggressive ramp on the 90nm front.
2005-06-09 TI sticks with Synopsys for 65nm, 45nm nodes
Texas Instruments Inc. has decided to extend its use of design-for-manufacturing EDA tools from Synopsys Inc. to the 65nm manufacturing process node and has selected two Synopsys technology CAD tools for use at the 45nm node, Synopsys said
2006-07-04 Semicon forecast: second half will be rough
2006 has seen it alla stock option scandal, different chip predictions, materials shortages and it's not even over yet. Here's our take on where things stand and where we see the industry heading.
2002-10-25 Samsung to construct logic fab in system LSI push
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd expects to invest $3.6 billion in its system-LSI business by 2007, including a dedicated 300mm logic fabrication facility at Onyang, South Korea.
2008-07-17 Samsung 'downturn' rumors surface
Rumors that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd this week pushed out its fab-tool orders sent shockwaves at the Semicon West Trade Show, putting vendors in a somber and gloomy mood.
2003-10-28 Intel, TI 'straining' to improve 90nm silicon
Intel Corp. and Texas Instruments Inc. process technologists have reached into their bags of "strain engineering" tricks for 90nm silicon.
2005-07-19 HP exec reaffirms channel commitment amid reports of restructuring
With a major restructuring in the offing, one of Hewlett-Packard's top channel executives reaffirmed the company's commitment to the channel.
2009-01-16 Fab tool execs brace for longer downturn
Fab tool vendor executives have warned that the current IC downturn will be long and painful, causing more consolidation in the market and stress in the supply chain.
2009-07-22 Fab tool collaboration: Mission impossible?
Will the day come when rival fab tool vendors will throw out the rule book and collaborate with each other on new equipment R&D projectsjust to help the industry keep pace on Moore's Law?
2014-09-25 Exploring various embedded programming languages
We typically think of the embedded programming language as being C (along with C++). In this article, we will also tackle other options where particular programming requirements demand a specific solution.
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.
2003-02-24 Consortium releases common embedded Linux spec
Embedded Linux vendors rolled out the heavy artillery for their assault on proprietary OSs, unveiling a common software platform that could change the way engineers develop products ranging from cellphones and PDAs to STBs.
2005-08-11 Blu-ray Disc Association announces triple-protection Digital Rights Management schemes
BDA announced that it is adopting the most comprehensive content management system ever employed on an optical disc format
2009-02-20 Applied stays positive, banks on solar
Applied Materials Inc. has vowed to weather the economic storm and emerge from the downturn as a much stronger competitor.
2009-01-19 450mm fab spins new round of debate
The Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) witnessed the next round of the 450mm fab debate.
2008-07-21 450mm debate remains in the hot seat
The 450mm debate rages on. At the Semicon West Trade Show, SEMI and many fab-tool vendors earlier this week telegraphed their position on 450mm, reiterating that the economics do not add up for the next-generation wafer size.
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