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2012-04-19 32bit RISC Secure core based on Cortus APS3s CPU
StarChip's ARX CPU is targeted at the smart card market and is specifically designed to meet the requirements of embedded systems.
2012-05-29 32bit DSPs power mobile audio, voice apps
Ceva's low-power and scalable 32bit CEVA-TeakLite-4 DSP architecture framework is designed to handle voice pre-processing and audio post-processing algorithms and multichannel audio codecs for smartphones, mobile computing and digital home devices.
2010-09-16 32-bit microcontroller design tool kit available
STMicroelectronics releases hardware development platform for STM32 line of 32-bit microcontrollers
2007-10-05 2Mpixel image sensor with antishake targets camera phones
OmniVision has unveiled its third generation 2Mpixel CameraChip sensor that brings digital still camera performance to camera phones in a 1/5-inch optical format.
2009-12-21 2GHz processor targets digital homes
Marvell has launched the ARMADA 300 processor with 2GHz performance enables compact, low-power, affordable digital home solutions.
2009-04-14 2GHz Atom aims at handheld notebooks
Intel Corp. has unveiled 2GHz versions of its Atom processor, targeting the parts at handheld Internet notebooks and mini laptops.
2010-12-11 2D/3D chip banks on 3D in smart phones, tablets
Dialog’s DA8223, which has a hardwired, dedicated architecture that puts no extra load on the host application processor and requires no external memory, can be plugged into existing portable devices.
2011-07-01 28nm multicore platform touts up to 24 virtual cores
The QorIQ multicore platform from Freescale integrates a multithreaded 64bit power architecture core and 28nm process technology.
2012-03-01 28nm multicore device rolls with integrated ARM A15
TI's KeyStone II architecture includes enhanced shared memory controller with 2.8Tb/s switching capability, and offers low latency access to shared internal and external memory.
2011-01-03 2011: Convergence, content everywhere tests innovation cycle
2010 saw significant innovation and 2011 promises a more aggressive pace. Many of the challenges will come from the trend towards convergence in the consumer electronics market.
2012-04-17 2011 fabless IC sales up 4%, Spreadtrum shine in rankings
The top 25 fabless chip companies supplied 80 percent of the $64.9 billion market for fabless IC sales in 2011.
2010-06-09 1GHz ARM-based MPU enables complex 3D rendering
Texas Instruments Inc.'s AM3715 microprocessor enables fluid, complex 3D rendering, picture-perfect visuals and increased GUI capabilities.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2013-09-30 16GB iPhone 5s carries $199 BoM
The iPhone 5s features a 64bit apps processor, low-power Double Data Rate 3 (LPDDR3) DRAM and a novel fingerprint sensor, but with a nearly similar BoM as iPhone 5 from last year.
2013-08-21 133Mhz grade 1Gb 3.3V SPI NAND flash unveiled
The SPI NAND flash developed by ATO Solution has a 1bit error correction code (ECC) engine built in the same die and promises to offer significant space savings.
2006-05-01 10Gb Ethernet gains with board, chip designs
Expected to speed up the slow shift to 10GbE are NetXen's programmable dual-port 10Gbit server card and Broadcom's 20-port 10GbE chip for stackable switches.
2010-01-25 100Gbit network processor handles Carrier Ethernet
EZchip Semiconductor Ltd is sampling the single-chip NP-4 100Gbit network processor (NPU) for Carrier Ethernet equipment.
2009-11-23 10 technologies to look forward to in 2010
EE Times has compiled emerging technologies that have potential to change the electronics landscape in 2010.
2009-12-23 1.66GHz Atom packs graphics, memory controller
Intel Corp. is offering new versions of its Atom processor that integrate graphics and a memory controller on the same die as the x86 CPU.
2006-12-27 'Smallest' 1.8V UARTs run at 5Mbps
Touted to be the industry's smallest, NXP's standalone 1.8V UART family runs at 5Mbps and features a 128byte FIFO.
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.
2009-03-06 'First' quarter-inch image sensors integrate EDoF
STMicroelectronics has introduced the market's first quarter-inch optical format, 3Mpixel raw Bayer sensors with integrated Extended-Depth-of-Field (EDoF) capabilities. The image sensors offer an alternative to auto-focus camera solutions.
2007-04-18 'First' FPGA-based digital broadcasting receiver accelerator rolls
EtherWaves claims its ClearSignal-Accel solution is the first digital broadcasting receiver accelerator based on a low-cost FPGA.
2009-10-20 'First' 144Mbit SRAMs achieve 550MHz clock speed
The 65nm SRAMs offer up to half standby and dynamic current consumption compared with 90nm SRAMs.
2010-06-15 'Entangled' LED exhibits nanometer-scale quantum dot
Toshiba Research Europe Ltd and the Cavendish Laboratory of the University of Cambridge scientist have developed a light source dubbed Entangled LED.
2005-04-20 ?Watt FPGAs enhanced to support 802.11 a/b/g chipsets
QuickLogic teamed up with Atheros by optimizing its ?Watt FPGAs for Atheros' line of 802.11a/b/g chipsets and developing a Wi-Fi connectivity solution for its AR5006XS single-chip miniPCI module.
2005-05-10 ?Watt controller advances HDD adoption in embedded systems
QuickLogic has developed a product strategy that helps designers expand the Intel PXA2XX processor's native interface set to communicate with different devices.
2005-04-01 null
Because of its cost-effective control functions, 8bit MCUs continue to be the workhorse of the automotive industry.
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