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2005-01-03 Tweaks to OS could change embedded design
ADI and Quadros have come up with complementary innovations that could eliminate one large device from many embedded computing boards and could eventually alter system-on-chip designs as well.
2009-09-14 Touchscreen controllers fit 10-inch screens
Atmel's new touchscreen technology offers full zoom, rotate, handwriting and shape recognition functionality.
2002-09-13 Toshiba MPEG-4 codec eyes mobile apps
The TC35280XB video codec LSI encodes and decodes MPEG-4 A/V in mobile system for digital broadcasting and videophones.
2007-09-25 Toshiba fields 'SpursEngine' for better mobile video
Toshiba says it has developed a high-performance chip that will bring powerful video processing capabilities to consumer electronics devices.
2002-01-23 Toshiba 32-bit processor targeted at automotive displays
The TMPR3916F 32-bit MIPS-based microprocessor integrates a dedicated graphics display controller, memory controller and CAN modules to enable compact, system solutions with improved graphics performance.
2006-06-01 Tools help harness multicore power
The move toward multiple processors on a single chip, on a single board and in a single system to provide more features and speed at lower power may have solved certain embedded-hardware design problems. But for software developers and vendors, embedded multiprocessing presents a daunting set of challenges.
2005-09-13 TI launches DaVinci platform
TI, which leveraged its DSP technology to become the dominant player in voice and mobile telephony, is aiming to do the same in the digital video market with the launch of a new DSP-enabled video platform called DaVinci.
2004-01-26 TI builds 1GHz DSP in 90nm process
Setting marks in DSP speed and process geometry, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) is sampling a 1GHz device built in a 90nm process.
2005-06-03 The basics of network processors
Here's a snapshot of the state of the NPU art, outlining what makes a network processor and what features are likely to become most popular
2008-06-10 Tensilica, Spirit DSP deliver mobile multimedia solutions
SPIRIT DSP and Tensilica have partnered to deliver 18 optimized, high quality digital audio and voice software packages that run on Tensilica's HiFi 2 Audio Engine.
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.
2005-07-21 Tech show to highlight video, signal processing
The future of video design and tomorrow's signal-processing climate will share the limelight at the 13th EDA&T Conference and Exhibition and the 5th ESC in Taipei this month.
2008-05-05 Take a peek inside Sony's OLED TV
Sony released the first commercial OLED TV in December of 2007 with the code name XEL-1 that offered amazing technical specifications in an extremely small form factor.
2013-06-20 Tablet IC sales to rise, PC IC sales to fall
IC Insights said combined IC sales for standard PCs, tablets and new cloud-computing portables are forecast to reach $77.6 billion in 2013 compared to $74.9 billion in 2012.
2005-08-17 SuperH-based MCUs now fit car and home audio products
Renesas' newest SuperH based 32bit MCU chips are targeted at car and home audio products that have audio data playback functions compatible with various compression standards.
2005-09-30 SuperH MPU supports GbE apps
Renesas' newest 32bit SuperH microprocessor called the SH7763 supports Gigabit Ethernet for network devices and digital home appliances.
2003-12-23 STMicro DSP core running above 600MHz
STMicroelectronics has released an embeddable DSP core that can be implemented in versions that run at above 600MHz or that consume <0.1mW/MMAC in a typical portable telecom application.
2004-01-08 STMicro chipset powers dual TV-, PVR STBs
STMicroelectronics has expanded its OMEGA family of STB decoders with the release of the STi5528 and STi4629 chipsets.
2006-04-17 Startup plans HD media processors
On industry newcomer Vivace's drawing board are media processors that can play high-definition video while consuming less than half a watt of power.
2014-11-04 Start-up vows to halve SSD cost
A new solid state disc controller is capable of handling 5TB of flash memory on a single PCB. The start-up behind the IC aims to solve issues around fast updates in flash and limited bus speeds by taking the problem to a "higher level of abstraction."
2011-02-15 SoC platform enables simultaneous multiprotocol operation
Designed for simultaneous multiprotocol operation in a distributed multiGB RAN, DAN3400 is the only single-SoC solution for the design of fully integrated high-performance base station and relay equipment.
2013-11-20 Smart card offers security for banking, eGov markets
NXP's SmartMX2-P40 offers dedicated co-processors for asymmetric RSA/ECC and symmetric DES/AES cryptography, and comes with a certified hardware abstraction layer and crypto library.
2013-06-05 SkyTraq unveils 6-in-1 Venus 8 quad-GNSS platform
The device supports GPS, GLONASS, Beidou2, Galileo, QZSS and SBAS, and claims to double the search engine capability and reduces more than half the power consumption from the previous generation.
2010-11-26 Single-chip PROFIBUS solution cuts a third off power use and cost
TI has just announced its AM1810 Sitara ARM microprocessor, a single-chip ARM9 solution with an integrated PROFIBUS interface. This low-power chip does away with an external PROFIBUS, ASIC or FPGA, saving development time while enhancing system performance.
2005-08-29 Securing pervasively connected embedded MCUs
How great is the need for security at the MCU level?
2006-11-16 Secure MCU suits high-end electronic identity markets
Atmel has introduced its new AT90SC256144RCFT, a dual-interface secure MCU tailored to efficiently serve the high-end electronic identity markets.
2008-03-18 Secure digital flash cards aim at mission-critical apps
Netlist has released its third solid-state product for the industrial market, the SD1.1 Industrial Grade Secure Digital flash card, which is aimed at mission-critical applications.
2006-07-21 SBC middleware enables audio apps using Bluetooth tech
Renesas has announced the SBC Middleware software that enables audio data coding stipulated in Bluetooth technology for short-range wireless communications.
2007-08-17 RTOS offers royalty-free microkernel for NEC V850 MCUs
Green Hills Software has announced that its ?-velOSity RTOS is now available royalty-free for the NEC Electronics V850 family of embedded MCUs.
2001-05-16 Researchers team up for Java-based IP query tool
A collaborative effort is producing a new Java-based tool that promises to allow users to easily query IP repositories and commercial databases via the Web.
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