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2011-12-09 Inverter project targets grid PV systems
University of Malaya has developed prototypes of local inverter products for market commercialization.
2015-05-12 Industry preps for massive NFV rollout, Docomo takes lead
Docomo said it plans to virtualise its Evolved Packet Core by March 2016, which is one of the first public commitments from a carrier about taking the emerging NFV out of the lab and into a production network.
2006-07-07 ICmic releases CMOS parallel DAC ICs
IC Microsystems has announced the commercial availability of its CMOS parallel DAC IC series, the ICM7600, for global distribution.
2008-01-24 IBM sets up software dev't lab in Malaysia
IBM has opened its first software development lab in Malaysia to help accelerate the creation of products for its Tivoli Netcool software group that focuses on the communications service providers.
2013-04-09 IBM partners with Malaysian firm on cloud sol'ns
As an IBM business partner, ECS will provide the necessary technical support for small to mid-sized enterprises that are moving into cloud services for their computing needs.
2014-03-03 Huawei: Cloud changes the game for telecom networks
Telefnica leverages Huawei's FusionSphere, to extend its IT and telecom services to the cloud.
2005-05-16 High-tech security system eases home monitoring
Malaysia-based iNix's solution combines affordability and security into one package.
2004-10-29 Grace claims its close to 130nm process deal with U.S. IDM
Chinese foundry chip maker Grace Semiconductor Mfg Corp. said it is in the final stages of negotiating a technology transfer for a 0.13?m manufacturing process from a U.S.-based integrated device manufacturer.
2014-07-28 Google, Facebook clash steps up in data centre networking space
Google and Facebook will share their visions of data centre networking, likely both similar and competing, at the Hot Interconnects event in August.
2013-07-31 Global semicon revenue to reach $320B this year
IDC forecasted that semiconductor revenues will grow 2.9 per cent YoY in 2014 to $329 billion and log a CAGR of 4.2 per cent from 2012-2017, reaching $366 billion in 2017.
2012-06-11 Getting wired with Ericsson's CTO
In an interview with EE Times, the mobile phone giant's CTO, Ulf Ewaldsson, talked candidly about wired and wireless issues.
2015-01-29 Fujitsu to reinforce IoT, cloud business with new facilities
The company announced its plans to build additional annexes at its Tatebayashi System Centre and Akashi System Centre, its main data centres in Japan.
2006-12-01 Foundry shakeout looms, analysts say
Buffeted by a slowdown in IC sales, the foundries now face lower-than-expected growth heading into 2007 and perhaps beyonda trend that could accelerate a long-awaited shakeout, analysts and vendors warned.
2013-12-26 Finding a better naming scheme for mobile phone evolution
The various generations of mobile phones, aptly referred to as 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G, and which has now been designated as LTE and LTE Advanced, may need a less confusing way to describe the progress.
2015-07-07 Ethernet plugfest seeks to expedite tech advancement
The Ethernet Alliance and UNH-IOL hosted a plugfest to test interoperability of 40GbE and 100GbE, define the 25GbE standard, and help businesses deploy new Ethernet technologies more quickly.
2012-02-22 Escatec, SPI to merge manufacturing ops in China
The planned joint venture will combine Escatec's injection molding and mold making facility with SPI's precision stamping and die making facility, both in Shanghai.
2011-07-26 Escatec to expand R&D initiatives
Swiss design and manufacturing firm Escatec is planning to increase its R&D activities and turnover over the next five years.
2011-08-10 Escatec to beef up R&D group, turnover
To ensure company's capability to integrate complete product design and manufacturing service, Escatec plans to increase its R&D manpower 30 to 200, and turnover from $4 million to $40 million.
2012-02-16 Escatec beefs up Malaysian facility
The electronics design and manufacturing company invested $2.5 million in its contract manufacturing facility in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
2014-01-30 EnerSys buys Malaysian battery firm
In a move to strengthen its hold in the Asian market, EnerSys acquired UTS Holdings headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
2006-08-28 eMemory, Silterra extend semicon collaboration
eMemory has verified its Neobit one-time-programmable memory on Silterra's 0.18m CL180G and CL180H CMOS process technologies.
2014-10-09 Effects of copper stress on smart power technology
In this article, engineers from Infineon Technologies share their experiences as they investigated the cause of massive yield loss for over-voltage detection parameters in one of their smart power products.
2003-01-20 Dominant red LED delivers luminosity of 715mcd
The DWR-TJS-UV2-1 red SMT LED from Dominant Semiconductors has a peak wavelength of 639nm and delivers luminosity between 285mcd to 715mcd.
2013-06-27 Compass-EOS adds eXtremeDB in r10004 router
The Compass-EOS r10004 core router targets telecom carriers, content distribution networks and other service providers that aim to scale their networks while reducing complexity and operating costs.
2013-02-06 Cisco's 40G switch runs 40nm ASICs, supports OpenFlow
The Nexus 6000 will pack up to 384 10G or 96 40G Ethernet ports with a port-to-port latency of one microsecond and marks its first major step into the emerging market for software-defined networks.
2016-03-03 Cisco CEO sees huge promise for 5G network slicing
Chuck Robbins said the next-gen cellular network's mobile core is getting increasingly virtualised and is being distributed closer to the network's edge, enabling it to be divided for different services.
2013-01-31 Cisco banks on silicon photonics for 2.5D, 3D ICs
Cisco is one of many firms pushing silicon photonics on 2.5D and 3D chips to lessen the cost of next-generation networks.
2004-01-07 Chip growth will stay hot all year, forecasters say
The IC market recovery, now entering its second year, will see rapid growth before peaking late this year or early next and giving way to more moderate growth in 2005.
2006-03-01 C language compiler generates Java Bytecode
Axiomatic Solutions announced the release of version 1.3.8 of its Axiomatic Multi-Platform C (AMPC). AMPC is a C language compiler that generates Java Bytecode. The resulting executables will be able to run on any Java Virtual Machine.
2013-05-24 Broadcom CTO talks future of Ethernet
In celebration of Ethernet's 40th anniversary, Broadcom CTO Henry Samueli predicts six paths the technology will take moving forward.
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