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2015-02-25 8bit MCUs trim down cost, complexity for IoT designs
Silicon Labs' EFM8 devices include peripheral-rich MCUs optimised for exceptional price/performance value, ultra-low-power capacitive touch control and streamlined USB connectivity.
2015-11-23 8bit MCUs aims to offer notable analogue performance
The EFM8LB1 Laser Bee MCUs from Silicon Labs combine high-speed ADC, multiple DACs, a highly accurate temperature sensor, two comparators and a 72MHz 8051 core with up to 64KB of flash.
2015-03-05 8bit MCUs aimed at low-power IoT apps
The EFM8 devices from Silicon Labs are highly integrated, peripheral-rich MCUs geared for exceptional price/performance value, ultra-low-power capacitive touch control and USB connectivity.
2007-03-08 8bit MCU delivers performance from tiny package
Silicon Labs has launched a highly integrated 8bit MCU that combines a 25MIPS CPU, 10bit ADC and an internal 2 percent oscillator in a 3-by-3mm package.
2005-09-16 Ultrasensitive quantum lasers sniff toxins
A Georgia Tech researcher develops an ultrasensitive spectrometer using quantum cascade lasers, waveguides and detectors.
2012-09-25 TriQuint wins DARPA contract to up performance of RF power amps
The Near Junction Thermal Transport effort will build on TriQuint's advanced GaN on silicon carbide technology and the reliability of its modern RF ICs
2011-12-08 Team-up focuses on photonic chips
A*STAR's IME is collaborating with Alcatel-Lucent and Globalfoundries to enhance and develop silicon photonic chips designed to support high speed, high bandwidth optical communications
2003-11-11 STMicro, MobiDiag ink biochip development pact
STMicroelectronics has signed a joint development agreement with MobiDiag to create a complete system for genomic-based detection of infectious diseases based on a silicon MEMS biochip
2012-10-23 ST, Soitec roll 28nm FD-SOI CMOS process thru CMP
ST's CMOS 28nm Fully Depleted Silicon-On-Insulator (FD-SOI) process that uses silicon substrates from Soitec is available for prototyping to universities, research labs and design firms.
2013-03-12 ST, CMP team up to deliver 130nm CMOS process
The H9A CMOS process is now available for prototyping to universities, research labs and design companies through the silicon brokerage services provided by CMP.
2003-11-03 ST partners with Mobidiag for molecular diagnostics
In an effort to drive its silicon-based lab-on-a-chip to the commercial diagnostic market, STMicro has completed a joint development agreement with Helsinki-based Mobidiag
2003-06-18 SRS, DSPfactory solution provides better voice quality
SRS Labs Inc. and Dspfactory Ltd. have released a highly integrated single-chip DSP solution that features SRS Voice Intelligibility Processor (VIP) Technology and Dspfactory's BelaSigna 200 for mobile communication devices
2002-03-11 SoC stumbling blocks cataloged at DATE
It's not enough to be fast, efficient and technically proficient. Designers now must become Renaissance engineers.
2014-07-09 Sand is the holy grail of Li-ion anodes
When processed, sand becomes a pure nano-silicon formed in a very porous 3-D siliconbelieved to be the key to expanding the expected lifespan of Si-based batteries up to 3 times or more
2004-12-07 QSound, VIA ink licensing agreement for audio tech
QSound Labs Inc. has signed a licensing agreement with VIA Technologies Inc., a developer of silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions.
2002-05-29 PCI Express may alter PC interconnect landscape
As engineers start preparations for the arrival of PCI Express (formerly 3GIO), predictions vary on the extent of change that the fast serial interconnect will bring to the architectural landscape of the PC.
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2013-10-25 Oracle inches closer to macrochip vision with low-power laser
Oracle Labs is developing a low-power laser it hopes will be a significant driver in the adoption of silicon photonics.
2010-09-07 New markets rise for MEMS micro-valves
Microstaq Inc. is using its micro-valve as a pilot to control the large flows necessary to tackle the HVAC market as well as automotive transmissions.
2005-07-18 Nanotech conference plots future of electronics
Presenters at the First International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation have identified key issues facing nanotechnology.
2002-08-14 Micromachine technique creates terahertz sensor
Photonic-crystal technology is being eyed by a European research consortium as a new route to a single-chip terahertz sensor.
2007-08-16 MEMS pioneer draws up technology's course
MEMS pioneer Kurt Petersen of SiTime shares MEMS' development since the 1980s as well as his thoughts on where it is headed in the future.
2008-07-17 Is chip R&D facing a dead end?
The IC industry still pours billions of dollars annually into R&D. But in recent years, as costs have skyrocketed, chipmakers have been outsourcing more of their R&D requirements to consortia, silicon foundries and third-party vendors
2012-11-01 IBM research opens path for smaller computer chips
The research demonstrates initial steps towards commercial fabrication of carbon nanotubes as a successor to silicon, leading to more powerful and smaller ICs
2006-11-09 HDMI transmitters support WQXGA PC monitors
The new HDMI transmitters from Silicon Image promise blazing-fast performance of up to 340MHz or 10.2Gbps, letting them support monitor resolutions up to WQXGA or HDTV resolutions up to 1440p
2006-12-21 HDMI 1.3 to provide better DTV images, sound in '07
Last week, Silicon Image outlined the benefits of HDMI1.3 for 2007 and beyond. Representatives from Mitsubishi and Dolby were there to discuss as well the virtues of HDMI 1.3
2005-03-24 Four industry players team up to address power issue
Members of the Silicon Design Chain Initiative announced silicon-validated, low-power design techniques that promise to achieve power savings of over 40 percent on a 90nm test design
2005-07-18 For flexible future, think organic
'One day, we'll download books and use electronic paper to read them,' says a pioneer in the field of organic electronics.
2015-07-29 Extending Moore's Law: Progress underscores SiGE, nm-ICs
Looking closer at the industry, much attention has been devoted to silicon-germanium (SiGe) heterojunction technology as the next step in building silicon-based ICs down below 10nm
2002-09-12 EE of Chinese descent brings fresh perspective to CEO job
Alex Hui, Pericom CEO, teaches a thing or two about what it means to raise the standards of excellence in the electronics industry
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