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2011-07-27 12-, 14bit ADC devices deliver 65C250MSPS
TI has unveiled eight dual-channel ADC devices that feature 6dB programmable gain option and SFDR up to 91dBc for high receive sensitivity in 3G/LTE wireless infrastructure.
2003-09-05 11th EDA&T-Hsinchu to highlight design chain issues, market opportunities
The 11th Electronic Design Automation & Test Expo - Hsinchu (EDA&T-Hsinchu), scheduled from September 30 to October 1, 2003 at the Lakeshore Hotel in Hsinchu, Taiwan, will showcase forums organized in cooperation with the TSIA, the ITRI SoC Technology Center, and the Taiwan SOC Consortium.
2005-02-01 10x 'fast SPICE' speedup promised
Nascentric vows to fill the gap in the 'fast SPICE' market left by Nassda acquisition.
2015-06-16 10nm node offers lower gate costs
The expectation is that 10nm will be a high volume and long lifetime technology node. TSMC and Samsung are projecting risk production for 10nm in Q4/2015, and the customer target is Apple.
2016-04-11 10nm DDR4 DRAM may extend Moore's Law
Samsung has recently revealed that its latest DRAM supports a data transfer rate of 3,200Mbit/s, which is more than 30 per cent faster than the 2,400Mbit/s rate of 20nm DDR4 DRAM.
2005-03-22 100Mb Ethernet module integrates peripheral-packed MCU
Invector Embedded Technologies introduced a miniature 10Mb/100Mb Ethernet module that includes an integrated microcontroller.
2015-02-24 10 IoT-related trends in manufacturing, supply chain
The year 2015 will see innovative manufacturers leap ahead and use more and better sensors, add more comprehensive automation and increasingly choose local fabrication.
2015-04-06 10 Apple acquisitions and their significance
Apple's long list of acquisitions over the past year provides both technology and talent that enable the company to expand and improve on its vast collection of products and services.
2013-01-29 1/f noise measurement system supports 1Hz-10MHz
ProPlus Design Solutions' 9812D can measure low-frequency noise characteristics of on-wafer or packaged semiconductor devices such as MOSFETs, BJTs, JFETs, diodes and diffusion resistors.
2008-09-18 1.5GHz FPGAs target ASIC sockets in complex systems
Achronix Semiconductor uses asynchronous circuitry to deliver a 1.5GHz FPGA samples. The startup hopes to use its three-fold lead in data rates to grab ASIC sockets in high-end communications, test and other systems.
2009-06-12 0.18?m foundry solution targets Hall sensors
X-FAB Silicon Foundries has introduced the what it claims to be the first foundry process for the production of integrated Hall sensor ICs in 0.18?m; technology.
2003-01-31 0-In pumps up assertion-based verification suite
Armed with two new products and new technology, 0-In Design Automation is rolling out version 2.0 of its assertion-based verification suite.
2002-09-23 0-In Design: A preferred approach for verification
Companies designing complex multimillion gate ASICs recognize functional verification as one of the largest problems facing design teams.
2003-12-17 0-In Design tacks on static verification capability
The latest release of 0-In Design Automation Inc.'s assertion-based verification tool suite lets users run a design through debugging prior to simulation, potentially bringing the debug tools into the design cycle much earlier.
2007-02-16 'Statistically accurate' PVT corner extraction rolls
Sequence Design has announced a statistically accurate PVT corner extraction, along with features to enable an efficient flow for extracting and analyzing power rails in full-custom blocks using Columbus-AMS.
2002-10-01 'Religious' wars abound
Should resets be synchronous or asynchronous? Should synthesis handle buffer insertion? Should OpenVera assertions be added to System Verilog? All these questions have provoked controversies in recent weeks, the first two in E-Mail Synopsys Users' Group (ESNUG) postings and at our EEdesign site.
2012-10-02 'Puffin' gives intrinsic security for gamers,phones
The 'Puffin' project has already found that software can detect the die-specific differences in graphics processors.
2009-02-04 'Promising' memory interface gears for mobiles
Rambus Inc. will demonstrate new memory interface geared for mobile devices that delivers 16 times the bandwidth of today's technologies at a fraction of the power they would consume. Analysts said the technology is unique and promising, but faces several hurdles on the road to adoption.
2004-03-19 'Over the top' routing boosts PCB speeds
A new approach to PCB routing can boost chip-to-chip interconnect speeds to 20Gbps, dramatically speeding system performance, according to Joe Fjelstad, founder of technology startup SiliconPipe.
2003-08-22 'Modular' signal integrity tool starts at $250
Claiming to offer the first "fully modularized" signal integrity tool for high-speed chips, IPC is licensing individual modules from its IFS Pro software.
2006-06-16 'First' IP video security camera uses TI's DaVinci tech
NexVision announced the first IP video security camera prototype based on Texas Instruments' DaVinci technology.
2006-07-04 'Fastest' 16bit PCI digitizer offers dual port memory
AlazarTech said its 16bit PCI waveform digitizer, touted to be the fastest, has a dual port acquisition memory that allows data transfer to PC memory without stopping the acquisition session.
2006-11-16 'DFM too complex,' experts say
Speakers told the Bacus Photomask Technology Symposium that DFM technology is too complex and suggested the use of standardized layout elements, library cells or an "integrated" DFM methodology.
2002-03-07 'China's entry into WTO makes Asian trade fairs more important'
Messe M|nchen GmbH managing director Dr. Joachim Ensslin discussed the opportunity in organizing trade shows in China as well as the company's investments in Asia.
2014-04-04 $75M project scales up power electronic prod'n in Europe
Led by Infineon, the eRamp project gathers together 26 research companies to focus on the introduction of new production and packaging technologies for power semiconductors.
2014-07-22 $1.1B suit claims SK Hynix stole Toshiba's NAND flash tech
In the regulatory filing, Toshiba also seeks to have SK Hynix destroy all information about the technology in question and cease production and sales of NAND memory products using that technology.
2013-03-13 "Electronic blood" developed for cooling effect
IBM is exploring the use of "electronic blood" to not only cool but also to power the cognitive computers of the future.
2002-01-31 null
IDC Asia/Pacific predicts that the market for DWDM systems will grow at a compounded annual rate of 30 percent to hit $2.2 billion in 2005.
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