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2003-04-09 Navini nabs $25M for wide-area broadband technology
Navini Networks Inc. has secured $25 million in Series C funding for its non-line-of-sight, wide-area wireless broadband technology.
2004-09-09 Module makers take sides in bitter UWB battle
The race to market ultrawideband-enabled devices will accelerate this week when Freescale Semiconductor Inc. announces three companies that will develop Mini-PCI modules incorporating Freescale's UWB technology for use in TVs, media servers and storage devices.
2002-11-06 Mobilian chipset supports 802.11b, Bluetooth functions
Mobilian Corp. is sampling TrueRadio, a two-piece chipset that supports the simultaneous operation of 802.11b wireless-LAN and Bluetooth radios.
2005-03-25 Mobile WLAN chips debut
Texas Instruments announced what it calls the first single-chip 802.11a/b/g offering in a 90nm CMOS process.
2012-01-19 Microsoft's final keynote talks next-gen computing, smartphones
The company is set to emerge fully from behind the WinTel duopoly and compete toe to toe in the smartphone, entertainment and mobile computing arenas.
2002-05-28 Microlab shows latching RF MEMS switch
Startup Microlab says it has manufactured a latching RF MEMS switch that overcomes problems common to existing thermal and electrostatic microelectromechanical system (MEMS) switches.
2010-06-16 Microchip rolls embedded Wi-Fi, sub-GHz transceivers
Microchip has launched an embedded Wi-Fi transceiver module and an ultralow-power transceiver module for 868-, 915- and 950MHz networks.
2002-10-10 Micro Linear drops 802.11a work, shakes WLAN out
Micro Linear Corp. has announced that it is discontinuing its development activity on IEEE 802.11a WLAN chips, citing slow sales growth and excessive competition.
2010-02-10 MEMS combines yaw rate, acceleration sensors
Bosch is offering integrated inertial sensor modules that combine yaw rate and acceleration sensor stacked on an ASIC in a molded SOIC16w package.
2003-06-25 Marvell, Dune partner on GbE chipset
Marvell Semiconductor has paired its packet processor, classification and serdes technology with Dune Networks' traffic management technology.
2003-07-24 Lucent lands $1B deal to upgrade Sprint PCS net
Sprint said it has awarded Lucent Technologies a $1 billion contract to enhance its CDMA2000 1xRTT-based PCS cellular network in the U.S.
2002-09-25 LSI Logic DSP core capable of superscalar functions
LSI Logic Corp. has rolled out its second generation of ZSP open-architecture superscalar DSP cores.
2004-05-17 Low-cost, low-power wireless gathers steam
This section looks at how low-power wireless technologies arrive amid a burst of innovation--from ad hoc Bluetooth printer connectivity, to cutting-edge distributed wireless networks and sensors.
2003-11-05 Legra fields WLAN switch
Armed with a parallel cryptography ASIC and a wireless-networking processor, Legra Systems Inc. will announce the debut of its switch-based WLAN products.
2004-07-08 Kit speeds WLAN development on Linux
AbsoluteValue Systems is offering an embedded-software package that will support 802.11a/b/g chipsets on any Linux platform.
2004-12-09 Kit enables long-distance cell upgrades
Extended Systems will announce a software development kit that lets manufacturers embed client-side device-management protocols in cellphones.
2002-07-16 It's show time for Infineon
Infineon's broadband optical IC is capable of providing one-stop-shopping capabilities for line-card access devices.
2007-08-16 iPhone sparkles with key design-in wins
Analysts at Semiconductor Insights and Portelligent went inside the iPhone to uncover the technologies and companies behind the hottest consumer device on the planet.
2008-04-18 iPhone consumer appeal reshapes embedded design
The success of iPhone is influencing engineers to reconsider the way consumers use electronic devices, and in turn this reconsideration has shifted design emphasis away from hardware embedded in a device and toward software that enables applications and defines the user interface.
2007-09-06 iPhone clones outdo original?
Analysts noted that teardowns of subsequent iPhone clones indicate that counterfeiters are capitalizing upon existing designs and more time to bring their fakes up to a quality level that equals and will soon surpass that of not only the iPhone, but all systems they're intent on faking.
2008-07-15 iPhone 3G still packs some surprises
Aside from some very surprising component choices in key parts of the upgraded communications section, the old adage 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' has clearly shaped the design of the iPhone 3G.
2003-07-02 Intersil partners with ViXS for video-over-WLANs
In an effort to enable the oxymoronic combination of high-quality video-over-wireless LANs, Intersil Corp. has partnered with ViXS Systems.
2004-03-22 International telecom market to reach $2 trillion by 2007
The telecommunications market outside the U.S. is expected to grow at double-digit rates, perhaps reaching $2 trillion by 2007, an industry group is forecasting.
2004-06-22 Intel, Proxim partner on WiMax reference design
Intel Corp. and Proxim Corp. will collaborate to develop and deliver WiMAX solutions for fixed and portable broadband wireless access, the companies announced Thursday (June 17, 2004).
2003-02-14 Intel unveils Internet-on-a-chip processor
Intel Corp.'s "Internet-on-a-chip" device features the integration trifecta of an Xscale processor, DSP, and Flash memory.
2006-09-28 Intel unveils dual-core processors for embedded apps
Intel is accelerating the redeployment of its latest dual-core architectures from the desktop and mobile markets into embedded applications, ranging from bank ATMs to PoS cash registers.
2005-06-21 Intel unveils all-CMOS WLAN transceiver
Intel Corp. has used its 90nm process technology as the basis for an all-CMOS wireless LAN transceiver designed as a system-in-package (SiP).
2002-03-19 Intel to put mobile solution on display at CTIA
Intel Corp. has created a reference guide that shows how to securely and efficiently integrate wireless client devices into their corporate IT systems.
2006-10-13 Intel solution eases building out a WiMAX network
Intel has announced the NetStructure baseband card that combines transport, control and baseband processing in a standards-based AdvancedMC form factor.
2002-02-14 Intel launches first Xscale to fire up PDA sector
Intel Corp. rolled out the first chips based on its vaunted Xscale architecture. Weighing in at 400MHz and 200MHz, the devices are expected to spice up a PDA market that analysts say is suffering from lack of differentiation, poor wireless connectivity, low horsepower and a dearth of true productivity applications.
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