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2006-02-13 TI, MIT, DARPA collaborate on 65nm SRAM
Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology presented an ultra low power 256Kb SRAM test device manufactured in Texas Instruments' 65nm CMOS process.
2008-02-18 Take a holistic approach to power management for mobile devices
Power management no longer remains a hardware-only problem; rather it has become a system problem that is being addressed by all engineers involved in the system design process. Power management decisions are being taken at both hardware and software level. Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellular phones compels designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance.
2006-05-05 DC/DC regulator adds power-management smarts
Texas Instruments' step-down regulator is the first DC/DC chip compatible with SmartReflex technology.
2005-12-16 Curb power issues, enhance system performance
Solving power challenges of wireless mobile devices must start with process technologies and move upward to hardware, SoC and software.
2010-03-26 TMS320TCI6487/88 hardware design guide
This application note describes hardware system design considerations for the TMS320TCI6487/88 device.
2008-01-31 TI expands portfolio of battery fuel gauge with LDOs
TI has introduced two new battery fuel gauge devices with integrated LDOs for smart phones, mobile Internet devices and media players with embedded or removable batteries.
2008-09-26 TI boosts power requirement of OMAP35x-flavored designs
TI introduces three fully integrated power management and signal chain companion chips to support all system power requirements of an OMAP35x processor-based design.
2008-02-07 TI bares details of 45nm process
TI has revealed that its 45nm process uses strained silicon, immersion lithography and ultra-low k dielectrics to lower power and increase performance compared with its 65nm process, and double the number of chips produced on each 45nm silicon wafer.
2009-02-24 The greatest mobile device design challenge: power management
As we rely on mobile devices each day, the need for power efficiency increases.
2008-12-01 Surpass LTE requirements, goals
Long Term Evolution presents a series of lofty goals, creating a set of challenges for technology providers, equipment manufacturers and service providers.
2008-10-17 Single-chip DSP integrates three 1GHz cores
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed a new high performance multicore DSP that offers significant cost, power and board space savings.
2005-09-26 Power conversion IC from TI occupies 70% less board space
Texas Instruments unveiled a high-performance power conversion IC with "smart charging" capability that incorporates all essential power transistors onto a single device.
2006-09-18 Leakage takes priority at 65nm
As the first reports on 65nm design come in, the good news is that there seems to be no problems at 65nm that weren't present at 90nm. The bad news is that some of the problems that plagued 90nm get much worse at the new node.
2005-09-21 Intel launches low power 65nm process
Intel Corp. has announced that it is developing an ultra-low power derivative of its high-performance 65nm logic manufacturing process that will benefit mobile platforms and small-form factor devices.
2006-03-01 IIC-China features power trends
Showcasing the latest IC applications and embedded technologies, the 11th IIC-China and 6th ESC-China will gather over 180 semiconductor majors and local vendors eager to show their newest products, highlighting the latest trends in power management and automotive electronics.
2008-02-28 Cortex-A8 at the core of new OMAP processors
TI has unveiled four new OMAP processors, based on the market's first broad offering of the ARM Cortex-A8 core.
2008-01-10 Can TI regain baseband dominance?
Going into 2008, the big question is whether TI can regain lost momentum in baseband chips or whether it will continue to decline.
2008-02-05 Battery fuel gauge with LDO rolls for mobile apps
TI has introduced two new battery fuel gauge devices with integrated LDOs for smart phones, mobile Internet devices and media players with embedded or removable batteries.
2008-01-21 Address power management issues in mobiles
Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellphones forces designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance.
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