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2009-12-09 4GB DDR3 modules enable high-density installations
Lexar Media has released the Crucial 4Gbyte DDR3-1333MHz (PC3-10600) non-ECC UDIMM memory modules, enabling power users to max out their systems with 16Gbyte of RAM.
2011-01-24 3D gesture recognition sheds "child's play" image
From its simple beginnings as a gaming interface for Nintendo's Wii, 3D gesture recognition will soon figure prominently in smartphones and the TV remote. Proponents predict that the hardware for gesture recognition will become as ubiquitous in smartphones as the camera module.
2006-05-25 35% of installed software counterfeit, says BSA
PC software piracy stayed stable worldwide last year but anti-piracy efforts in some countries have beaten back counterfeit programs in a few areas.
2010-08-09 32bit microcontroller supports industrial devices, automotives
The SH-2 and SH-2A from Renesas Electronics are 32bit RISC core-based microcontrollers designed for industrial and automotive adoption.
2007-07-06 3-D EMF simulator handles massive, complex models
Ansoft has released a new version of its EMF simulation software that allows customers to perform massive simulations of structures that were simply too large to solve previously.
2016-02-05 24-port SAS+SATA host bus adapter targets cloud data centres
The SAS 9305 family from Broadcom enable OEMs and system builders to maximise connectivity and increase performance, while reducing costs, design footprint and power use.
2010-06-23 24-core DSP delivers over 36 GMACs at <55mW
Boosting the processing power of its DSP chips, Octasic Inc. is increasing the number of Opus DSP cores from 15 to 24.
2007-05-03 2010 will be the year for micro fuel cells, says expert
Micro fuel cells for portable devices are not expected to become a mainstream product until 2010 despite the plethora of announcements and investments these days.
2006-09-22 2008 may bring 20% IC growth, says analyst
The next two years should be good ones for chipmakers and their suppliers in the equipment industry, with 2008 particularly strong, said Bill McClean, president of IC Insights Inc.
2004-12-23 2004: Mergers, convergence, and Wi-Fi as a public utility
In 2004, cities started treating wireless broadband like sewage and water, converged devices started flying off the shelves and the U.S. wireless industry got smaller.
2008-07-31 1GHz PXI digitizer samples up to 20GSps rate
National Instruments announced a significant bandwidth increase in its digitizer offering with the introduction of the NI PXI-5154 digitizer/PC-based oscilloscope.
2009-02-16 16bit PXI digitizers deliver up to 40MSps
ADLINK Technology has developed the PXI-9816, PXI-9826 and PXI-9846 high-resolution 16bit PXI digitizers offering sampling rates of 10-, 20- and 40MSps, respectively.
2007-07-02 10GbE chips migrate to computer servers
Broadcom Corp. is throwing its hat in the ring of chipmakers bringing 10Gbps Ethernet to computer servers. The increasing activity is a sign that 10G Ethernet is ready to migrate from the big switch that aggregates data-center traffic down to the mainstream server that generates and processes it.
2009-08-27 10GBase-T controllers support 5GHz PCIe
Solarflare' single-chip 10GBase-T controllers integrate the two designs in a 65nm chip that has been upgraded to support 5GHz PCIe and the single-root I/O virtualization standard.
2007-05-24 10G Ethernet IC has congestion management option
Jumping on a growing bandwagon of companies fielding chips for 10Gbps Ethernet, Mellanox claims its dual-port ConnectX EN delivers up to 17.6Gbps in bi-directional bandwidth and 6.9?s latency on standard TCP/IP flows.
2005-01-17 100GB mini drives debut
G-Technology unveiled a new line of miniature hard drives that hold up to 100GB of data in a box that takes the scale at around 9 ounces.
2015-02-05 10 forecasts for China's smart connected devices
IDC revealed that the shipment of China's smart connected devices (SCDs), which include PCs, tablets and smartphones, was about 510 million units in 2014, a YoY increase of 16.2 per cent.
2009-12-23 1.66GHz Atom packs graphics, memory controller
Intel Corp. is offering new versions of its Atom processor that integrate graphics and a memory controller on the same die as the x86 CPU.
2009-02-04 'My Wi-Fi' to enable traveling PANs
Intel Corp. wants to connect millions of Wi-Fi-enabled devices by building a wireless access point called My Wi-Fi into Centrino 2-equipped notebook PCs, establishing a personal area network (PAN) that travels with users.
2011-01-21 'First' accelerated processing unit launched
AMD has made available the new AMD Embedded G-Series processor, which the company claims is the world's first and only accelerated processing unit (APU) for embedded systems.
2007-11-13 'A difficult fight,' Sony CEO says of DVD battle
Sony CEO Howard Stringer admits that the high-definition DVD battle is a "difficult fight," with the company-backed Blu-ray in a stalemate with its rival HD DVD.
2005-11-04 $3.6 billion IT research program approved in Europe
Europe has outlined and approved a program of collaborative research in IT, with plans to roughly double the budget of a forerunner program, to more than 3 billion euro (about $3.6 billion).
2008-03-27 $10 solution enables wireless health monitoring
Researchers at Cambridge Consultants have developed a $10 single-chip solution that allows medical devices to transmit data wirelessly.
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