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2004-05-04 Production tester addresses high-speed serial chip tests
Agilent claims its high-speed production tester is the industry's first for identifying the maximum number of product defects at the lowest cost.
2008-03-06 Pluggable RJ-45 connector speeds up Ethernet wiring
The 8-pole 750-975 Ethernet connector from Wago is a pluggable RJ-45 connector that significantly decreases the time needed for Ethernet wiring.
2005-06-16 Platform SoCs now possible
To a large extent, platform SoCs have been science fiction--until now. Such designs can span a wide range of markets.
2008-03-20 Platform eases custom-switch development
Agilent Technologies has introduced an RF switch platform designed to simplify the task of defining and building a custom switch matrix.
2009-03-30 PCIe 2.0 switches offer 90, 80 lane options
PLX Technology Inc. has introduced four new high-performance PCIe switches targeting servers, enterprise storage, control planes and ultragaming, featuring the highest lane counts.
2014-06-27 PCB design gets boost with software complements
Altium and In-Circuit Design collaborate to provide new extensions for Altium Designer, responding to challenges in high-speed design.
2008-10-16 Parallel tech simplifies system analysis, task execution
Mentor Graphics Corp. has launched a new task-oriented parallelism technology in the company's Olympus-SoC place-and-route system that provides timing analysis and optimization tasks to run in parallel.
2007-08-01 Overcome high-speed FPGA design challenges
When using high-speed FPGAs in a design, it is important to consider several design issues both before and during board development.
2006-12-18 Oscilloscope-based compliance tester rolls for DDR2
Test-and-measurement equipment supplier Agilent Technologies is debuting what it says is the industry's first oscilloscope-based DDR2 compliance test application.
2006-04-17 Murata unveils 'smallest' microwave coaxial connector
Murata Electronics introduces what it touts as the worlds' smallest microwave coaxial connector.
2007-07-16 Multicore reshapes EDA landscape
The largest EDA vendors acknowledge that the advent of multicore processors is a cause for both celebration and concern. Multicore platforms will provide much-needed compute power as transistor counts soar at 65nm and below. But legacy applications could prove difficult or even impossible to parallelize.
2009-10-15 Multi-host PCIe Gen 2 switches offer 24 ports
The PEX 8625 and PEX 8636 feature multicast function that increases the efficiency in communications platforms.
2006-03-14 Mistral unveils new VME switch
Mistral Solutions announced the availability of the VLX2500 3.125Gbps 8/16-port VME switch from Curtiss Wright.
2004-06-10 Mentor, Cadence share most top honors in PCB study
Mentor Graphics and Cadence Design Systems took the lion's share of top honors in a PCB EDA survey, but Agilent EEsof garnered the top spot in customer satisfaction.
2005-12-01 Mentor PCB flow aimed at big firms
The company has rolled out a PCB flow that leverages design resources and manages IP on a global basis.
2002-04-26 Mentor offers $160 million for Innoveda
Mentor Graphics Corp. has made a $160 million cash offer to buy Innoveda Inc., its competitor in the PC-board and cable-harness design markets.
2004-05-06 Mentor Graphics design flow offer productivity, performance gains
Mentor Graphics has released the newest version of its complete, front-to-back, Windows-based PCB system design flow.
2005-12-01 Manufacturing moves into design flow
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2002-09-30 Magma Design: SoC design - Next challenge for Taiwan's IC sector
Over the past 10 years, Taiwan's semiconductor industry has seen tremendous growth.
2007-07-02 Low-cost FPGAs prop up GbE, PCIe, RapidIO
Altera Corp. has officially rolled out a line of entry-level FPGAs built to support Gigabit Ethernet, PCI Express and serial RapidIO transceivers at the lowest possible price for a programmable part.
2006-11-07 Lattice expands clock distribution product line
Lattice Semiconductor has added two devices to its clock distribution product family featuring programmable clock skew, termination and interface standard support.
2015-02-20 Keysight sol'n tests DDR4 x16 designs with logic analyser
The W4631A BGA interposer provides fast, accurate capture of address, command and data signals for debugging designs and making validation measurements.
2005-04-18 Integrating high-speed transceivers in FPGAs
The benefits of less board space and increased flexibility make FPGAs with embedded transceivers an attractive solution to board designers.
2000-12-01 Integrated approach for emerging tech designs
This technology article describes the integration of clock tree synthesis with logic synthesis, placement route and interconnect extraction to maximize the potentials of cell-based designs.
2005-05-02 Initiative brings low power to mainstream design
Suppliers say collaboration is the best way to make low-power design accessible to mainstream IC designers.
2003-03-28 IC, package co-design proving elusive, techies say
IC package design has become a huge bottleneck for getting chips out the door, but there are few automated tools that can help, according to panelists at the International Symposium on the Quality of Electronic Design.
2006-04-17 IC design flow integrated
Synopsys offers its customers the Pilot Design Environment, an integrated RTL-to-GDSII design system tailored to each customer's design infrastructure.
2007-08-01 How to share IP in PCB design
This article discusses the disconnect between the digital design engineer's vision of bus structures on the PCB, and the failure of tools to capture and route this vision efficiently.
2013-04-11 How to accelerate memory characterisation
A new dynamic partitioning methodology addresses the limitations of existing approaches and enables the capacity and throughput requirements for characterisation of multi-million-bit memory cells.
2007-02-01 High-speed interconnects reshape board
A handful of high-speed interconnects are driving changes in how designers handle fast signals. The Scalable System Packet Interface from the Optical Internetworking Forum aims to carry data at 6Gbps and up between chips or boards in a communications system.
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