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2005-07-01 Z-Com opts for TI voice solutions
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) said that its WLAN and VoIP products were selected by Z-Com, a wireless broadband ODM, for USB adapter and residential gateway module product lines.
2004-08-30 Tohoku opts for Juniper M-series routing platform
Tohoku Electric Power Co. Inc. has selected Juniper Networks Inc.'s M-series routing platform to build a highly secure, fault-tolerant corporate network for mission critical applications.
2014-02-25 ThruChip opts for wireless wafer stacking
ThruChip develops Japanese professor's technology in stacking silicon wafers, using a wireless approach that is cheaper than TSVs.
2005-03-29 Microsoft opts for NEC-Mitsubishi's displays
Microsoft Corp. has selected NEC-Mitsubishi's MultiSync LCD2080UX and MultiSync LCD4000 displays.
2009-10-30 High-rate Bluetooth opts for 60GHz
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has dropped plans to use the UWB technology it acquired from the WiMedia Alliance, and is now conducting due diligence on 60GHz technology
2004-03-04 Fudan University opts for Teradyne design verification tool
The State-Key Laboratory of ASIC & System at Fudan University by the central government of China has selected Teradyne Inc.'s Catalyst test system for design verification of data converters used in network communication applications.
2004-08-27 Elpida opts for IDT DDR2 DIMM support products
Elpida Memory Inc. has chosen Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) DDR2 register and phase-locked loop (PLL) chipset for its 512Mb-based 2GB DDR2 registered DIMMs.
2005-06-30 BT opts for Microsoft's IPTV platform
BT has chosen Microsoft's Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) software platform to deliver TV over broadband in the U.K.
2011-03-18 Amlogic opts for Synposis verification tool
Synopsys reports that by using the CustomSim solution for mixed-signal verification of multimedia SoCs, Amlogic has cut its typical SoC verification cycle from five days to 21 hours.
2010-12-10 Altera opts for TSMC 28HP, 28LP processes
Altera is leveraging TSMC's 28HP and 28LP process technologies for its range of 28nm FPGA products.
2013-03-13 Nanowire phototransistors push device miniaturisation
A research team from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology has developed high-performance organic phototransistors based on single-crystalline n-channel organic nanowires.
2010-11-17 Samsung LTE handset adopts Skyworks amplifier modules
Samsung opts for Skyworks' power amplifier modules designed for LTE applications
2002-05-17 British wafer maker weighs site in Singapore
Compound semiconductors, including proprietary "strained" silicon technology, could be a part of a planned foundry in Singapore if U.K. epitaxial wafer supplier IQE plc opts to locate its Asia-Pacific headquarters in the city-state.
2014-09-26 Start-ups take battle in wearables to athletes' bodies
Several tech companies have started to make smart clothing, particularly for athletes, embedding electronics housed in packages as little as the size of a stack of business cards for use in measuring heart rates and evaluating breathing patterns.
2013-01-04 Smart embedded MCUs help attain energy efficiency
Read about a new generation of microcontrollers paving the way for the creation of new types of energy efficient products.
2012-12-18 FDSOI beneficial for FPGAs, says Altera
Altera's approval of FDSOI process for manufacturing FPGAs hints at possible implementation of multiple-foundry manufacturing strategy.
2015-02-06 Examining Tektronix RSA306 signal analyser
Read about the trade-offs needed to produce a spectrum analyser in a small form factor while retaining much of the performance and usability of much larger instruments
2007-12-03 Discover new SRAM options in embedded designs
There is an alternative for applications that require large amounts of on-chip storage "typically more than 256Kbits" but doesn't require the absolute fastest access time. The solution consists of memory arrays that work like SRAMs, but are based on a one-transistor/one-capacitor (1T) memory cell such as used in DRAMs.
2002-12-11 Darpa puts thought into cognitive computing
A program that may push cognitive technology to a new level is being launched by the U.S. Department of Defense.
2008-08-26 Association gauges Blu-ray's 3D future
The Blu-ray Disc Association is developing its position on stereoscopic 3D under growing pressure from Hollywood studios who want to create a home video market for their rising number of stereo 3D movies.
2013-02-22 Analysts: Will there be an Apple designed GPU?
Two technology analysts discusses what's in store for Apple's A-series processor family.
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