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2007-01-29 Israeli startup preps multicore processor
Plurality, a privately owned company based in Israel, says its HyperCore architecture is one of the most scalable general-purpose multicore processors yet announced, and has demonstrated HyperCore blocks reaching up to 256 cores.
2010-05-11 Multicore processor tailored for wireless infrastructure
Plurality Ltd is rolling out that the HyperCore family of low-power, small footprint, many-core processor IP, claimed to be the first scalable 256 multicore processor for wireless infrastructure.
2008-12-05 Hypercore IP available for license
Plurality Ltd has said that its Hypercore 64-core shared-memory processing engine is available for license in the form of intellectual property (IP).
2008-11-10 Hypercore design tools upgrade multicore processing
At the Multicore Expo Japan 2008, Plurality has launched the beta version of an extensive set of development tools for its HyperCore Architecture Line of many-core processors.
2003-11-27 Ambient obtains U.S. patent
Ambient Corp., a provider of power line communications technology (PLC), announced that they have received U.S. Patent Number 6,646,447 for "Identifying One of a Plurality of Wires of a Power Transmission Cable. "
2012-01-26 Startup tries many-core revolution
Kalray's chip is expected to deliver about 200GOPS at 400MHz clock frequency and a maximum performance of about 500GOPS at power consumption of about 5W.
2010-05-07 Smart phones, tablets get Atom-powered
Intel Corp. has launched its latest Atom chipset, the 45nm Moorestown platform geared for use in the burgeoning market for smart phones and tablets.
2008-04-30 Singapore inventor gets patent for flip-chip IC assembly tech
Teck Kheng Lee of Singapore has been granted U.S. patent for his development of a method for assembling a flip chip semiconductor device.
2002-08-19 RF integrates with DSP in 4G apps
This article discusses a direct-conversion RF architecture that uses CMOS technology to design a DSP suitable for 4G apps.
2005-07-11 O2Micro receives U.S. patent for inverter circuits
O2Micro Int. Ltd was granted 4 claims under U.S. patent number 6,897,698 for its phase shifting and pulse width modulation (PWM) driving circuits and methods
2007-02-26 O2Micro gets patent for inverter driving solution
Power management supplier O2Micro International Ltd received three claims under the U.S. patent number 7,151,394 for its phase shifting and PWM driving circuits and methods.
2011-07-28 Multicore Association to release task management API
The Multicore Association is planning to release a task management API that will simplify parallel programming for embedded systems developers.
2007-12-17 Life is still beautiful for EEs
Life is relatively good for engineersat least according to their responses to the EE Times Annual Salary and Opinion Survey.
2012-05-25 Japan to bid TV manufacturing goodbye?
One could surmise that slipping demand for flat TVs in 2011 virtually pushed the Japanese TV giants off the cliff.
2015-03-09 IoT drives chip packaging innovation
The need for high performance multi-functional devices in a single package is pushing the industry to innovate in multi-chip packaging. This high level of integration has presented huge challenge.
2008-04-07 IC industry addresses multicore, programming 'software gap'
The IC industry is starting to address what's being called a software gap between a rising tide of multicore processors and a lack of parallel programming tools and techniques to make use of them.
2007-10-02 Epson unveils high-speed, high-precision SCARA robots
Seiko Epson Corp. has announced the availability of its new G-series SCARA robots that employs the company's original smart motion control technology to achieve high speed, ultrahigh precision and low vibration.
2014-10-27 Cree patents hybrid LED-OLED tech to generate white light
The patent application describes a solid state lighting system and/or a luminaire that can generate white light by combining OLED lights with another solid state emitter, for instance a conventional LED.
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