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2003-06-02 Serial ATA market on the rise
SATA is not just a trend; it offers improved HDD performance without marked price increase.
2014-08-28 Project Ara is nothing but a science project, says critic
Blogger and senior analyst Richard Windsor said he believes Google has the resources to clear the engineering hurdles involved in making the device a reality, only the economic issues are unrealistic.
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.
2007-08-29 PC/104-Plus boards have two StarFabric interfaces
Digital-Logic has released the PC/104-Plus compatible board MSMSF104+, a highly integrated peripheral board with two StarFabric interfaces.
2013-05-29 Next-gen Haswell adds integrated voltage regulator
Intel recently revealed that the next iteration of its Haswell processors will pack an integrated voltage regulator, eliminating several external third party chips.
2006-07-05 Mini-RGB interface system tailored for smart phones
Solomon Systech has launched a mini-RGB interface system solution supporting QCIF+ resolution for smart phone systems.
2007-12-18 Micron announces solid-state drive line
A family of solid state drives has been introduced by Micron Technology, Inc. The RealSSD family of products offers a range of form factors and densities designed for computing, enterprise server and networking applications.
2008-01-10 Low-pin count interface facilitates mobile device-HDTV hook-up
Silicon Image Inc. has revealed at this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) its Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) technology, which enables mobile phones, digital cameras, media players and other mobile devices to link directly to HDTVs.
2013-12-06 Interface IC supports highest screen resolutions up to 4K2K
TI's SN65DSI86 claims to support the industry's highest screen resolution up to 4K2Kp60 for tablets, clamshell notebooks and all-in-one PCs.
2002-07-12 Inova debuts industrial SBC
Inova Computers' new Pentium 4-based, flexible SBC incorporates communications capabilities, high-performance graphics and myriad I/O facilities.
2008-05-01 HDMI goes mobile
How to connect to and display high-definition video from portable devices on a large-screen TV without losing image quality is key design challenge facing many OEMs. In response, MIPS Technologies unveiled what it claims is the industry's first 65nm IP offerings for HDMI.
2008-01-14 HDMI crosses over to mobile world
Silicon Image has rolled out technology and chips to bring its high-end wired HDMI to mobile devices including digital cameras, portable media players and cellphones.
2008-05-22 EZ-USB FX2/AT2/SX2 reset and power considerations
This application note is about the Cypress EZ-USB FX2, a USB 2.0 high-speed device that contains an 8051, 8K of program/data memory, 4K of endpoint buffers and a GPIF block.
2006-03-21 Conduction-cooled cPCI boards to combine Altera FPGAs with DSPs
BittWare pre-announced its plans for a new family of ruggedized hybrid signal processing boards based around FPGA-maker Altera's Stratix II GX FPGAs and DSPs.
2011-05-26 Board family migrates to cPCI systems
Pentek Inc. announced that its popular Cobalt board family is now available for use in CompactPCI (cPCI) systems.
2008-06-06 XO-1 teardown reveals why they can't sell for $100
The OLPC XO-1's displays, batteries, CPUs, fancy enclosures and the rest all add up to a BOM that sits uncomfortably far from the $100 target.
2002-11-18 Xilinx fast-tracks RapidIO
Xilinx has launched RapidIO cores for its latest FPGAs with embedded PowerPC processors.
2011-05-24 Xilinx buys Sarance Technologies, expands comms portfolio
Xilinx Inc. has announced its acquisition of Sarance Technologies. The move completes Xilinx's technology portfolio for line card applications by adding connectivity communications capabilities.
2008-03-12 WLED driver integrates audio amp, LDOs
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX8821, said to be the only WLED driver to combine a highly efficient, negative charge pump with a fully differential, bridged audio amplifier and two low-noise, LDO current regulators.
2010-01-05 WLAN ref design enables straightforward board boot
Quantenna Communications Inc. has released a complete reference design based on its QHS600 IEEE 802.11n WLAN 4x4 multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) chipset.
2007-05-01 WiMedia for high-bandwidth comms
The key to the WiMedia form of UWB is that it can leverage existing markets surrounding USB, Bluetooth and IPs. WiMedia radios can support one or all of these schemes simultaneously.
2016-05-06 Will drones fill Intel's smartphone market void?
Coming on the heels of its recent announcement of massive layoffs and cancelling of mobile SoC platforms, Intel turns a new leaf with drones.
2009-06-15 Wi-Fi, LAN modules offer increased design flexibility
Connect One has unveiled the Nano Socket family of embedded LAN and Wi-Fi modules based on its CO2144 Internet controller and targets machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions.
2012-02-29 Why I don't buy Eyal's 40G story
Although the latest chips can handle Infiniband or Ethernet, Mellanox admits 90 percent of its sales are for use in Infiniband networks that are typically deployed in large clusters of high-performance systems for specialized apps.
2007-06-19 White LED driver integrates Class AB audio amplifier
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX8678, the industry's only white LED (WLED) driver to combine a highly efficient negative charge pump with a fully differential, bridged audio amplifier.
2014-12-18 What's hot at IEDM 2014?
The 2014 International Electron Devices Meeting proved that Moore's Law is still alive. The event was a victory lap for Intel, which gave more details on the 14nm finFET process.
2009-05-20 What went wrong with MIPS-Chipidea merger?
Most mergers and acquisitions rarely work. When they do, it's because both parties have time, patience, commitment and money to burn in the process of integrating the two organizations. An examination of the recent MIPS Technologies-Chipidea breakup strongly suggests that neither one had sufficient amounts of these key attributes.
2012-11-16 Virtual prototype for Android HW-SW dev't (Part 1)
Know how to do full software integration of handset hardware in the context of the Android software platform.
2013-02-15 Vietnam sees promising future with industrial robots
Local scientists believe that Vietnam is capable of producing and sustaining a low-cost industrial robots industry that can compete with foreign rivals.
2007-03-01 Vendors use secret QoS sauces in home nets
Many companies and consortiums are gearing up products and initiatives to reliably shuttle voice, video and music around the house. But many of the upcoming products and initiatives attack the core problem of QoS in slightly different ways.
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