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2012-01-09 Mindspeed subsumes PicoChip, expands to cellular market
The fabless networking chip company has acquired PicoChip for about $75 million.
2006-05-23 Microsoft acquires Whale Communications; Cisco invests in Guardium
Microsoft plans to acquire Israeli security software company Whale Communications for $75 million. Details of the deal were not disclosed.
2009-12-29 Micron-sized solar cells trump wafer-sized
Sandia National Labs has utilized silicon's natural tendency to grow into islands and used MEMS techniques to free those islands into the smallest solar cells.
2015-06-17 MEMS chips help extend battery life of wearables
MEMS manufacturer mCube decided to focus on technologies that would help extend the battery life of fitness, health monitoring and activity tracking wearables from hours or days, to weeks or months.
2010-08-30 Meet Bobcat and Bulldozer
AMD presented Bulldozer and Bobcatthe company's first new x86 cores designed from a clean sheet of paper in 10 yearsat the Hot Chips conference last Tuesday. The cores are key to AMD's competitive strategy against archrival Intel.
2004-12-10 Maxwell expands ultracap line with standard packs, modules
Maxwell Technologies introduced a new family of fully-integrated 15V BOOSTCAP packs and modules.
2014-02-24 Managing heterogeneity with Cloud-RAN
Cloud-RAN network technologies can be used to manage the underlying heterogeneity and leverage associated intelligence.
2007-12-05 Lit-up power-rated switches target industrial apps
Several families of power-rated illuminated switches for industrial applications have been launched by NKK Switches Inc.
2011-01-24 Liquavista now owned by Samsung
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is the new owner of Liquavista BV, a company noted for electrowetting, an electronic display technology used in e-readers, mobile phones, media players and other mobile devices.
2002-07-16 It's show time for Infineon
Infineon's broadband optical IC is capable of providing one-stop-shopping capabilities for line-card access devices.
2003-04-22 iStor unveils ASIC for iSCSI storage arrays
The company has released an ASIC-based adapter card that could handle 10Gb iSCSI traffic for storage arrays.
2014-04-02 Issues in embedding components within PCB substrates
Embedding components within a PCB substrate provides a host of benefits, but this alternative approach demands support from the entire supply chain.
2005-06-13 Intel, KLA-Tencor back DFM startup
The world's largest semiconductor manufacturer and one of the largest semiconductor equipment manufacturers have taken interest-and financial positions-in Clear Shape Technologies Inc., a design-for-manufacture (DFM) software startup.
2006-02-07 Intel rumored to have bought missing Conformative
According to rumors, XML processing startup Conformative Systems had been acquired by Intel Corp.
2006-02-10 Intel buys into XML processing with Conformative
Intel has confirmed that it has acquired XML processing startup Conformative Systems, and has said that it is planning to combine Conformative's XML processing technology with Intel computing platforms.
2007-11-16 Increase signal visibility in FPGA-based prototypes
Visibility-enhanced debug flow approaches automate the process of extracting and analyzing data to provide full observability.
2014-11-25 Improve software through memory layout optimisation
In this second instalment, we will provide tips on various memory layout optimisation techniques that can be used to improve embedded system performance.
2012-09-07 Implement digital power control using LLC resonant converters
Read about a digital power control implementation using line level control resonant converters based on a flexible 32bit microcontroller.
2012-10-29 Imaging BGA package at multiple depths
Understand how to come up with a slide show of acoustically visible features at increasing depths.
2004-12-09 HP taps S2io for 10Gb Ethernet
Hewlett-Packard Co. has tapped 10Gb Ethernet developer S2io Inc. to supply its Xframe adaptor for HP's server line.
2012-10-08 How to turn waste heat into electrical energy
Here's a look at a device designed to generate multiple watts of power by turning waste heat from industrial piping into electrical energy.
2014-08-12 How to isolate SPI in high bandwidth sensor apps
Here is look at the Serial Peripheral Interface Bus, its constraints, and how to deal with those constraints in isolated systems using ADuM3150 in high bandwidth sensor applications.
2008-02-27 Hottest devices, technologies debut at 13th IIC-China
Semiconductor manufacturers are expected to roll out the latest devices and solutions at the 13th IIC-China when the event kicks off Feb. 28 at the Chengdu New International Exhibition and Convention Center.
2008-05-19 Google funds solar startup BrightSource
Google has invested in solar startup BrightSource to enable the search-engine giant to accelerate its plans to deliver utility-grade solar power to its customers.
2006-10-03 Gen2 Nano ditches scratch-prone shell for aluminum
By modifying case design to improve surface finish durability, selectively changing up component suppliers, and riding rapid NAND flash price declines, Apple hopes its Gen2 Nano will be an even more-profitable hit.
2004-09-15 From idea to industry inside track
Atrenta's success comes from the idea that 'great riches could be found by scrutinizing RTL code'.
2014-09-02 From hand to wrist: Android advances to smartwatches
Android Wear, the smartwatch version of Google's Android is designed to make the OS easy to use on the move by boiling down messages to a format users can absorb at a glance.
2014-08-14 FPGA-based acceleration for high-frequency trading
Emerging capital market high-frequency trading (HFT) is bringing strong FPGA use cases in networking, messaging, and financial computing acceleration.
2015-02-06 Examining Tektronix RSA306 signal analyser
Read about the trade-offs needed to produce a spectrum analyser in a small form factor while retaining much of the performance and usability of much larger instruments
2007-09-26 Ethernet chip tailors switching to needs of carriers
Startup Lightstorm Networks has come out of stealth mode with its first chip tailoring Ethernet switching to the needs of carriers.
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