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2005-06-24 Intel joins picoChip's $20.5 million funding round
PicoChip Designs Ltd has raised $20.5 million in third-round funding, led by Scottish Equity Partners and joined by Rothschild and Intel Capital.
2006-04-17 Intel Core ups ante in battle with AMD
Like proud fathers showing off pictures of their newborns, top executives at Intel exuberantly unveiled details of the company's Core microarchitecture at the recent Intel Developer Forum held in San Francisco.
2004-06-24 Intel bolsters WiMax bet, funds Motia
Aiming to add smart-antenna capability to WiMax equipment, the Intel Communications fund contributed to Motia Inc.'s third round of funding, bringing the total to $12 million.
2004-04-26 Intel backs four more digital-home developers
Intel Capital, the venture capital arm of Intel Corp., has announced its $200 million Digital Home Fund investment in four more companies.
2009-01-29 Intel advances RF energy harvesting tech
Intel Research Seattle Lab researchers have disclosed details of an ambient RF energy-harvesting scheme that scavenged 60?W, or enough energy to drive a thermometer/hygrometer and its associated LCD, from a TV tower at a distance of 4.1km.
2008-10-20 India dreams beyond software
India is looking into developing the hardware design and manufacturing expertise needed to expand beyond its historic dependence on software development.
2007-10-04 Image sensor, processing at heart of digital SLR
Three layers of vertically stacked pixels, each layer embedded in silicon, allowing it to show full color at every point on the captured imageit was these features that encouraged Sigma to select the Foveon X3 14.1Mpixel image sensor for its advanced Sigma SD14 DSLR.
2004-07-08 IEEE pushes WLANs to 'nth' degree
The IEEE 802.11n task group will start sorting through 61 proposals for next-generation WLANs in Portland, Oregon, next week.
2003-02-10 IEEE flooded with short-range wireless proposals
The IEEE 802.15 High-Rate Task Group received 29 proposals for the alternate PHY standard it is developing, significantly more than the eight or nine it expected to receive when it requested proposals last November.
2003-11-14 IEEE fails to break UWB deadlock, de facto spec looms
In a vote, the IEEE 802.15.3a task group failed again to break the deadlock over which proposal - the Multiband-OFDM Alliance's or a competing plan backed by Motorola and XtremeSpectrum - will form the basis for a short-range, high-rate data comms link.
2002-03-26 IEEE approved Bluetooth-based wireless PAN standard
In a not-unexpected move, the IEEE has approved a Bluetooth-based standard for wireless personal-area networks (WPANs).
2003-01-20 HP, Cisco embrace Birdstep on IP roaming
Birdstep Technologies Inc. said that GigaWave Tech will incorporate some of its software into Cisco's Mobile IP training curriculum.
2008-12-11 Hacking incidents spur need for secure USB memories
The next time you find a USB memory stick in a parking lot or outside your house, think twice before plugging it in. It could cost you your intellectual property or personal identity.
2005-03-16 Gbit contender enters ultrawideband fray
Challenging established UWB powerhouses, Pulse-Link has announced details of its own UWB architecture and formed an alliance to promote it.
2007-06-08 Gaming platforms: A goldmine for designers
Chip and software designers have an opportunity to be part of the multi-100-million gaming platform shipments, as platforms respond faster to user demands by converging on interactivity, connectivity and information display.
2004-06-10 Freescale unveils UWB roadmap to 1Gbps wireless links
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. will use the Wireless Connectivity World Expo in Amsterdam this week to unveil an aggressive silicon roadmap to 1Gbps ultrawideband (UWB) connectivity, based on its direct-sequence technology, by the second half of 2005.
2005-07-01 Freescale re-commits itself to embedded systems market
Michel Mayer and his Freescale Semiconductor staff had something of a premature coming-out party here last week.
2008-06-23 Freescale channels embedded
Cited as crucial to Freescale's future are wireless, analog and sensors, along with a new emphasis on the fast-turnaround consumer market in general and the "green," health and network-processing areas.
2004-07-16 Freescale aims radio chips at 2.45GHz band
The company has announced two low-power, 2.45GHz integrated radios--one for proprietary applications, the other with a Zigbee protocol and network stack.
2008-01-11 Four-way battle looms in Wi-Fi arena
Right now, the main contenders in the Wi-Fi chips race are Broadcom, Marvell, Texas Instruments and Atheros Communications.
2004-10-08 Focus partners with Cadence on enhanced UWB for video
Focus Enhancements announced plans on Monday (Oct. 4) to partner with Cadence Design Systems to provide design services for Focus's proprietary ultrawideband chips.
2008-02-25 Flip Ultra camcorder delivers ode to clean design
When engineers at Pure Digital Inc. sat down a couple of years back to lay out their next project, they had many of the typical design criteria in mind: low cost, high quality, size, ease of use and low power.
2007-03-30 Femtocells pose threat to VoWi-Fi deployment
Tatara Systems and picoChip will collaborate on and jointly market all-IP solutions for the femtocell market, adding momentum to a growing femtocell market that could impact cellular-handset-based VoWi-Fi.
2003-10-20 FCC frees spectrum for 3G and broadband wireless
In separate actions, the Federal Communications Commission continued to follow through on its commitment last year to removing the regulatory barriers to the deployment of advanced wireless broadband services.
2004-02-16 FCC affirms hands-off approach to VoIP and IP services
In two separate decisions issued Thursday (Feb. 12), the FCC reaffirmed its minimalist approach to regulating voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other IP services.
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2004-10-22 Extreme, Foundry extend wireless LAN switch lineups
Foundry and Extreme extended their WLAN switch lineups with an emphasis on simplified deployment, VoIP support, security and lower cost products for remote offices.
2009-01-12 Execs see bright future for India IC industry
India's portion of a $250 billion semiconductor market is marginal, yet for LSI Corp. president and CEO Abhi Talwakar, the nation remains firmly in the driver's seat of its own semiconductor and engineering design destiny.
2002-04-16 European group certifies Philips' WLAN card
Philips' WLAN PC card is the first product meeting the IEEE 802.11a specification to receive CE Mark, opening the EU market to its device, where concerns over possible interference with European satellite communications have limited penetration of 5GHz WLANs.
2004-04-29 Ericsson's DSP shift rekindles basestation debate
Ericsson has shifted to a DSP-only, software-defined approach to basestation design in response to the cost, processing and flexibility requirements of 3G wireless infrastructure.
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