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2007-06-15 TI to use high-k dielectrics for 45nm node
TI this week entered the high-k dielectrics arena, announcing plans to integrate this material for its high-performance chips at the 45nm node.
2007-02-23 TI tips IC-production efforts
Texas Instruments elaborated on its IC-manufacturing strategy, saying that it will shortly announce a new strategic deal with a silicon foundry provider.
2006-07-17 They're not the Valleyand that's the point
Silicon Valley is no longer the end of the rainbow for companies in search of R&D talent, advanced research opportunities, submicron-process expertise or applications development prowess.
2009-02-18 Testing an OFDM-based MIMO system
This article looks at a few key parameters and the tests needed to tell how an OFDM-based MIMO system is performing.
2011-09-01 Taking advantage of ambient energy
Know how to convert ambient energy sources into electrical energy by utilizing an appropriate transducer, such as thermoelectric generator for heat, a piezoelectric element for vibration, or a photovoltaic cell for sunlight.
2016-01-08 Taking a closer look at GE's Bluetooth smart light switches
Although GE's latest Bluetooth-based lighting controls have limited feature set, their simplicity, scalability and well-designed user interface make it an appealing device to many customers.
2013-02-13 ST claims universal lighting controller first in industry
The STLUX385, geared for lighting and power-supply applications, eases the design of traditional power-conversion topologies, enabling faster development of innovative lighting systems.
2002-10-14 Snubbed at home, chip startups pursue options in Asia
With start-up semiconductor companies being bypassed in the United States, they are training their eyes in Asia.
2015-01-06 Smart gadgets rule CES Unveiled
If some of the products demonstrated at the pandemonium of CES Unveiled are any indication, this is a generation of gadgets designed to compete on simplicity, ease of use, accuracy and security.
2001-04-01 Shenzhen home to kindred entrepreneurial spirits
Ling Shi and Dong Tao are kindred examples of a new spirit of entrepreneurialism taking root in Shenzhen, the Chinese boomtown just across the border from Hong Kong.
2004-12-01 Scripting language uses small instruction set
Mirabilis Design's SmartMachine uses only 10 instructions to describe complex models in a few lines of code.
2008-04-16 Scale voltage to manage power consumption
As CMOS process technologies migrate from 90nm to 65nm and below and as chip densities increase, static and dynamic power consumption often rise above acceptable levels. Apply voltage-scaling techniques to manage both.
2011-04-08 RFID chip boasts I2C interface, large memory
NXP Semiconductors releases the UCODE I2C chip that has an integrated I2C interface and 3,328bit user memory.
2006-11-01 Researchers build 'first' hybrid silicon laser
Intel Corp. and University of California, Santa Barbara researchers have joined forces to create the world's first electrically powered hybrid silicon laser, which can produce terabit-level optical computer data pipes and high-performance computing applications.
2014-11-17 Realising Industry 4.0: What we need to know
There are various system design hurdles to resolve before we get Industry 4.0 really going. Take a look at some of these key challenges presented and discuss possible solutions.
2006-05-18 Real-time remote Java controller to address myriad enterprise applications
The JNIB device will provide a Java environment from end-to-end for industrial, automation, security, logistics, RFID and facilities control applications.
2008-11-27 RC helicopter flies light with few electronics
Heading into the holiday season, toys come to mind and so we examine an interesting remote-control (RC) device, in the form of Revell's RC helicopter.
2003-12-03 QuickLogic purchases IP cores from Quest Innovations
QuickLogic Corp. has acquired a number of IP modules from Netherlands-based Quest Innovations B.V.
2005-12-28 Qualcore to expand Indian subsidiary
QualCore disclosed that its design center in India plans to add embedded software and driver development services to the organization.
2002-03-25 Process variations spark lively debate
In a spirited exchange between academicians, industry process engineers and researchers, a panel at the International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design explored one of the best-kept but most sinister secrets in advanced IC design: the growing threat of process variations.
2011-01-26 PL forecast: communications, 28nm to drive growth
The latest generations of FPGAs have proved to be a cost-effective replacement for ASICs, DSPs and ASSPs. Communications will be a formidable growth area while 28nm will spell revenue opportunities this year.
2008-08-18 Piezoelectrics to relish billion-dollar future
The global piezoelectric crystal market hit $4.8 billion last year and will climb to $6.91 billion by 2012, for an annual average growth rate of 7.5 percent, predicts Innovative Research and Products Inc.
2002-03-15 Parvus unveils computer boards for embedded apps
The company has unveiled at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco, six new PC/104-form-factor boards designed for rugged, embedded computing applications such as data acquisition, factory automation, networked communications, and robotic control.
2008-03-18 Pan-Europe IC powerhouse in the works?
Former STMicroelectronics executive Joseph Borel has proposed for Europe's top three semiconductor companiesNXP Semiconductors, ST, Infineon Technologiesto consolidate and form a unified European chip powerhouse.
2002-07-01 ON Semi buck converter delivers up to 91 percent efficiency
The NCP1500 dual-mode PWM buck converter from ON Semiconductor features a linear mode that the company claims reduces noise and quiescent current at low current levels, and a PWM mode that delivers up to 91 percent efficiency for heavy loads.
2005-04-20 No signs of 2H recovery for ICs, equipment, says analyst
Contrary to popular belief, there are no signs of a recovery for the semiconductor and chip-equipment industries in the second half of 2005, according to an analyst with Adams Harkness Inc.
2001-04-15 New thinking needed amid runaway test costs
There is a need to achieve test-cost reductions that rival the reductions in wafer fabrication costs to ensure continued growth of semiconductor markets. ATE should not wait for someone else to do it.
2008-09-12 National Semi CEO joins 'green revolution'
In late 1990s, when General Motors launched its oversized off-road vehicle Hummer, Brian Halla, chairman and CEO of National Semiconductor, has snapped up one of the $50,000-plus gas-guzzlers.
2008-03-03 Multicore delivers more bang for the buck
Although multicore is definitely here to stay, the key challenges are not solved simply by throwing extra cores at the problem.
2010-07-26 MIPS, ETRI push SoC design innovation in Korea
MIPS Technologies Inc. is working with Korea's Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) to encourage SoC design innovation in Korea.
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