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|2008-05-26||Solution speeds up Zigbee SE Profile certification
Through its new Smart Energy Suite, Ember is accelerating the certification of devices for Zigbee's SE Profile.
|2002-09-16||Scatterometry-based critical dimension and profile metrology
This technical article discuss how as geometries are pushed below 0.15m, critical dimensions and feature profile metrology has become key to overall control of lithography
|2005-08-16||New CCFL inverters freeze from ERG out harsh environments
Endicott Research Group's E200II and SE/SE2 series inverters for powering the cold cathode fluorescent lamp backlights for LCDs feature a vacuum-encapsulated design to ensure reliable lamp ignition in rough environments
|2007-09-13||Full-featured phone is ultraslim at 10mm
Recent teardowns by Portelligent¡ªmost notably the 10mm-thick UMTS Sony Ericsson W880i¡ªreveal a trimming of the display module waistline to enable a class of highly functional, ultrathin candy-bar cellphones.
|2006-11-14||VIA processors power Hitachi desktops
VIA Technologies announced that Hitachi Ltd has selected the VIA processors to power their new FLORA Se series desktop and mobile connected clients
|2006-02-17||KLA-Tencor unveils latest-gen optical CD metrology system
KLA-Tencor's latest-generation optical CD metrology system provides cost-effective inline CD and profile measurements of critical device structures that help enable early prediction of IC performance and yield at the 90nm and 65nm nodes
|2008-09-03||SSDs not yet ripe for 'storage-class' apps
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are promising, but the technology may not be ready for prime time in higher-end enterprise or "storage-class" applications, according to an analyst.
|2007-07-02||Mobile software clash splits Java community
Java giants Motorola, Nokia and Sun Microsystems are plowing separate paths for the future of cellphone software. The widening divergence in their commercial Java products¡ªand differences of opinion about how to keep Java open¡ªthreatens to fracture the broad community of Java developers.
|2007-09-17||Let WiMAX, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi coexist in handsets
The coexistence of WiMAX, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in handsets and handheld devices poses an engineering challenge as their transmission over adjacent RF bands may conflict and severely degrade performance. But it's possible for these wireless technologies to exist in the handset.
|2015-09-10||60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
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