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2006-04-10 Power.org member claims processor design breakthrough
Fabless semiconductor startup Rapport has created an energy-efficient processor design featuring 1,024 eight-bit processing elements and a PowerPC core on a single chip.
2014-12-16 Will Qualcomm's investment win China's trust?
Qualcomm said some Chinese licencees were under-reporting their sales, acknowledging that the company is in a licensing dispute with another Chinese company.
2004-01-01 Revisit the global supply-chain evolution
The tumultuous downturn has offered automated test equipment (ATE) vendors to fine-tune this supply chain business management model to meet new challenges.
2014-10-02 Market smarts: How to guarantee a successful supply chain
The ideas of supply chain collaboration, big data and sustainable supply chains are being transformed into real-world applications. This transformation is good news for midmarket electronics manufacturers, who can use it to drive product improvement and market growth.
2006-09-01 IBM, Freescale reunite for Power
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc. have renewed ties to develop a converged approach toward the Power processor architecture.
2007-09-03 DSP silicon takes many forms
There are a number of other chips based on DSP technology that people don't call DSP chips.
2005-08-10 Cisco, Nokia merger still in the ether
The rumor mill was busily churning and share prices reacting, contemplating mergers and acquisitions in the communications equipment business, which at least shows there is a healthier sign of life in the sector.
2005-06-09 11 join Power.org open microprocessor movement
Power.org, an open community of developers, tool providers and manufacturers developing standards and applications around IBM Corp.'s Power Architecture, has added 11 new members to its organization
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