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2009-03-25 ASIX to demo single-chip Wi-Fi solutions
ASIX Electronics Corp.'s AX220xx Wi-Fi SoC family provides cost competitive wireless connectivity solution for bridging uncompressed digital audio data, compressed digital video data and serial/parallel user data through its interfaces over the Wi-Fi network.
2014-01-06 Analyst: Semiconductor revenue expands by 5% in 2013
Following a 2.5 percent drop in 2012, the global semiconductor sales in 2013 will amount to $317.9 billion, up 4.9 percent from $302.9 billion in 2012, said IHS.
2010-05-04 512Mbit PRAM comes in multi-chip package
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has begun shipping what it claims is the first multi-chip package (MCP) with phase-change RAM (PRAM) for use in mobile handsets beginning later this quarter.
2008-05-19 32bit MCUs enhance audio, graphics in dashboards
Renesas Technology has announced eight new product versions of the SH7262 and SH7264 32bit MCUs with 1Mbyte on-chip SRAM for digital audio and graphical dashboard applications.
2015-06-03 Why is China bullish on chip industry?
Unlike in the West, China considers the semiconductor sector a big investment. It is the financial play and quick ROI that lures Chinese investment funds into the chip industry.
2006-11-01 VoIP chip loaded with GbE devices
Texas Instruments Inc.'s latest VoIP processor ensures delay-free voice in small- and medium-business applications. The TNETV1051 combines a 300MHz MIPS processor and 150MHz C55x DSP with dual GbE medium-access control (MAC) devices and an on-chip GbE switch.
2006-09-15 VoIP chip from TI loads GbE support
TI's TNETV1051 VoIP device combines a 300MHz MIPS processor and 150MHz C55x DSP with dual GbE MAC devices and an on-chip Gbe switch.
2004-04-23 VLSI papers weigh 65nm, new circuits
While technologists look to 65-nanometer nodes, circuit designers by and large are two generations back.
2009-06-09 Using CellularRAM to replace UtRAM
This technical note describes the comparative device overview, interface-change requirements, device driver requirements and added benefits of using CellularRAM products.
2009-08-13 Update: ITC import ban impact remains unclear
The U.S. import ban of a broad range of chips using fine-pitch BGA packages potentially has far reaching impact.
2004-08-02 Transcoding key to sharing multimedia
Transcoding of multimedia content is helping remove barriers between different encoding/decoding platforms and within wired and wireless networks.
2002-09-23 Toshiba 16-bit microprocessor operates down to 1.8V
Toshiba Corp.'s 16-bit microprocessor for portable CD players and digital audio apps cuts power consumption and extends battery life.
2014-09-01 Too low to be good: CSR rejects Microchip's offer
Microchip confirmed Thursday that it has made an initial offering to acquire CSRan offer that the UK-based vendor rejected.
2004-09-23 TI builds wireless VoIP solution using OMAP architecture
Texas Instruments Inc. is tapping its OMAP processor architecture, which lies at the heart of many mobile phone designs, to craft a processing chip that will allow designers to support voice-over-IP (VoIP) connections over WLAN links.
2007-05-25 Telematics microprocessor rolls for automobiles
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has unveiled a microprocessor that aims to integrate all the control electronics for an automobile cockpit into a single low-power device.
2008-05-16 Take your pick of NAND implementation
When considering the combination of requirements for a system's NAND budget, designers have several NAND implementation options, each with its own benefits and disadvantages.
2007-07-16 Taiwan shows to dish out new design solutions
If you're hungry for the latest embedded development tools, EDA solutions and test technologies, you may want to feast at the 7th Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan and 15th EDA & Test-Taiwan Conference & Exhibition, which will gather the world's top vendors, and showcase a smorgasbord of fresh design and test solutions on August 23-24 at the Taipei International Convention Center.
2007-11-08 Sweet comeback: LCD frame jazzes up Polaroid
The digital picture frame of Polaroid's XSA-0720S takes full advantage of low-cost LCDs and inexpensive ASSPs to retail end product at very accessible price points.
2006-10-16 Strategic Test claims 'smallest' PXA270 SOM
Measuring 67.6-by-31-by-4.2mm and claimed to be the smallest PXA270 SOM, Strategic Test's Triton-270 is a complete computer on a module that has been optimized for mobile embedded designs where low power consumption and extremely small size are critical.
2015-03-16 Spansion, Cypress close $5B merger
The merger is expected to achieve more than $135 million in cost synergies on an annualised basis within three years and to be accretive to non-GAAP earnings within the first year after the transaction.
2014-03-18 Spansion wins in patent dispute with Macronix
Macronix has a seven-patent infringement suit against Spansion, and the latest ruling was in favour of Spansion's side of the argument.
2002-12-02 SoC-based configurable systems replace the microcontroller
As many products are being re-designed using SOC devices, it is a must for engineers to take into account many considerations to determine whether their products warrant testing the waters with an SoC device.
2005-11-18 SIA: Chip sales to break $300B in 2008
Global semiconductor sales will grow at a compound annual rate of nearly 10 percent from 2005 through 2008, according to the annual forecast of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
2008-09-05 Sharp catches up on 'cool' handset craze
A look inside Sharp's 922SH mobile phone yields insights into whether the Japanese remain ahead of their global counterparts.
2009-04-22 Samsung UMPC packs broadband connectivity
The Samsung SPH-P9000 features a Windows XP-based PC melded into something closer to an overgrown smart phone format and packs WiBro connectivity,
2005-01-18 Samsung announces 'first eight-die MCP technology'
Samsung has developed what it touts as the world's first eight-die MCP technology, designed for use in high capacity mobile devices.
2008-05-28 Reports point to an Intel private power station in Israel
Chipmaker Intel Corp. is planning to build a private power station based on natural gas at Kiryat Gat, Israel, home to its Fab 28, at an estimated cost of between $100 million and $150 million, according to reports in the Israeli press.
2008-05-09 PC cards reveal cost impact of spec revision in handsets
Portelligent's teardowns of two PC cards reveal the impact of higher-speed network found in the latest CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A phones.
2014-09-25 Open-Silicon supports web-based prototyping
Open-Silicon expanded its virtual prototyping capabilities with support for the Carbon System Exchange web portal that gives access to more than 100 pre-built virtual prototype systems and subsystems.
2008-04-14 Numonyx to migrate DRAM line to Hynix, ProMOS
Numonyx is planning to move its DRAM production from existing suppliers to Hynix Semiconductor in South Korea and ProMOS Technologies in Taiwan.
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