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2009-08-14 Sun's Cornwell: NAND is moving to litho death march
A Sun Microsystems Inc. technologist scolded the NAND flash industry, saying vendors are ignoring the needs of the enterprise and moving towards the "lithography death march."
2007-05-03 Sun tapes out Niagara 2, shares CPU roadmap
Sun Microsystems has taped out its Niagara 2 and Rock processors, but the company faces a major hurdle getting access to 45nm and 32nm process technology for its future Sparc CPUs, according to Sun's David Yen.
2014-12-03 Sub-GHz wireless for long range IoT connectivity
Learn about the role of the sub-Gigahertz wireless radio spectrum in extending the range of wireless devices in an Internet of Things network.
2004-12-23 STMicro to define interface standard for portable, disk drives
STMicroelectronics has joined the CE-ATA initiative, a consortium of companies formed in September to define a standard interface for small form-factor disk drives that meets the needs of handheld and consumer electronic products.
2005-10-20 STATS ChipPAC wants to be 3D king
Nearly two years after the big merger, Singapore's STATS ChipPAC Ltd is treading slightly above stormy waters in the competitive chip packaging and test market.
2006-07-01 Startups push for WiMAX cellphone
Two silicon startups are designing a combined media access controller and PHY chip that will work with third-party WiMAX RF chips.
2005-12-23 StarFabric VMEbus board packs dual Motorola processors
This dual-processor XtraPower PPCM2 board from Radstone Embedded Computing is available in a range of ruggedization levels with pricing starting at $10,000.
2013-03-20 Spreadtrum wins big in smartphone market
Spreadtrum leads in China Mobile's TD-SCDM-based smartphone market with its single-core smartphone platforms. The company is said to have had more than a 50 percent market share among China Mobile's TD-SCDMA handsets in 2012.
2012-09-19 Spreadtrum moves into WCDMA market
China fabless firm Spreadtrum is seeking to venture into the non-TD-SCDMA market into integrated baseband/apps processor smartphone platforms to compete with major players such as MediaTek and Qualcomm.
2007-12-06 Sony PSP kicks in slimmer form
In September 2007, Sony released the PSP Slim and Lite, which offers the same functionality as the original, and then some, but in a smaller overall form factor.
2006-11-30 Sony losing on each PlayStation 3, teardown reveals
Sony is taking a considerable loss of more than $240 per unit on each PlayStation 3 video gaming console, according to a "teardown" analysis conducted by market research firm iSuppli.
2008-01-16 Solid-state drives aim to edge out HDDs
The landscape is shifting in the emerging market for solid-state storage drives that could threaten the power-hungry HDDs.
2013-05-15 Smartphone, tablet apps processors market soared in 2012
The market for smartphone and tablet apps processors rose 60 per cent and 83 per cent respectively in 2012, fuelled by the continuous increase in mobile device usage.
2010-05-07 Smart phones, tablets get Atom-powered
Intel Corp. has launched its latest Atom chipset, the 45nm Moorestown platform geared for use in the burgeoning market for smart phones and tablets.
2010-12-07 Smart grid standard falls short of interoperability
Standards for a co-existence mechanism for powerline home area networks in the United States have been agreed upon, but the government-led group declined to require interoperability of a number of competing approaches.
2013-03-18 Slowdown in TV market drags DTV IC sales
IHS revealed that total DTV semiconductor revenue fell to $14.09 billion last year, down from $14.91 billion in 2011.
2007-01-24 Slender BlackBerry boasts more consumer appeal
With some keyboard changes and a clever navigation rollerball, RIM apparently hopes to slim the BlackBerry e-mail terminal and bring in a new audience while not forgetting its traditional user.
2011-04-26 Silicon integration key to lower-cost smartphones
To meet growing demand for lower-cost smartphones, most designers will integrate application and baseband processors, putting such integrated chips into nearly 70 percent of all smartphones by 2014.
2015-01-20 Shift in China's mobile market threatens U.S. chip companies
Among big changes in the works are China Mobile's shift in procurement policy from five-mode smartphones to three-mode models and plans among Chinese apps processor vendors to embrace connectivity.
2012-10-25 Servergy ready to pit IBM's servers vs x86, ARM
Servergy enters an increasingly crowded field, opting to use energy efficient servers using IBM's power.
2009-04-15 Server flash drives welcome MLC
SandForce Inc. aims to be the first company with a controller supporting multilevel cell (MLC) flash chips for solid-state drives used in servers. By using MLC chips, the SF-1500 paves the way to lower cost and higher density drives server makers want.
2007-04-09 Serial-to-Wi-Fi module protects M2M applications
Connect One has released Socket iWiFi, a secure serial-to-Wi-Fi embedded device server that quickly and easily connects devices running M2M applications to 802.11b/g WLANs and protects them from network attacks.
2003-06-02 Serial ATA market on the rise
SATA is not just a trend; it offers improved HDD performance without marked price increase.
2011-08-05 Semiconductor sales up 8% in 1H11
Unlike 2010, non-memory suppliers dominated the growth in sales this year that has been largely due to exchange rate effects when local currency was converted to U.S. dollars.
2006-02-16 Semiconductor companies gather at IIC
The Integrated IC-China 2006 show promises to bring the latest design technologies to Chinese engineers next month.
2003-04-25 SBS VMEbus SBC features dual processor design
SBS Technologies' VG5 6U VMEbus single board computer targets performance-oriented applications.
2007-03-09 SBC targets military embedded computing apps
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems has expanded its EmPower family with the introduction of the EP2A 6U VME SBC for rugged military embedded computing applications.
2005-07-18 SBC extends to 1GHz
ELTEC now offers a high-speed version of its BAB 760 PowerPC SBC, courtesy of IBM's PowerPC 750-GX processor, to extend the system's applications in medical, telecommunications, and industrial automation.
2014-07-15 Samsung shooting for LTE advantage over Qualcomm
The South Korean giant is aiming for a larger slice of the LTE business pie, and does so by designing vendors' chips out of its handsets and tablets. The recently revealed LTE combo chip integrating Samsung's own quad-core Exynos processor has already dealt a huge blow to other players, but not to Qualcomm.
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more.
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