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2008-04-16 U.K. university debuts first single-photon logic gate
Physicists at Bristol University in the United Kingdom have demonstrated the first logic gates on a silicon chip that can process individual photons, bringing quantum computing a step closer to reality.
2005-04-08 Toshiba, Matsushita help Elixent raise $15 million
Toshiba Corp. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd, two customers of reconfigurable hardware developer Elixent Ltd (Bristol, England), have agreed to contribute to a third round investment of $15 million in the U.K. startup company to help develop the technology and the company.
2012-10-23 Research shows optical vortices on a chip
Scientists from the University of Bristol and the Universities of Glasgow and Sun Yat-sen and Fudan in China demonstrated integrated arrays of emitters of so called 'optical vortex beams' onto a silicon chip.
2007-07-12 XMOS fields software-defined silicon
XMOS Semiconductor's new processor architecture is based on an event-driven, multi-threaded processor core set to be deployed in two-dimensional arrays in a family of chips due for introduction in 2008.
2011-06-24 Universities to help drive energy savings innovations
Universities are endorsing student competitions to promote green technologies and deliver promising innovations in energy savings.
2012-06-20 UK, Thai researchers use Tesla GPUs to combat H1N1
Nvidia's GPUs play an integral role in a research that shed new light on prevention of future epidemics of H1N1 influenza virus.
2012-09-25 TriQuint wins DARPA contract to up performance of RF power amps
The Near Junction Thermal Transport effort will build on TriQuint's advanced GaN on silicon carbide technology and the reliability of its modern RF ICs.
2006-09-18 Team of former ST engineers offers free 64bit processor
Simply RISC, a team of engineers formerly with STMicroelectronics, has produced its first offering, a 64bit processor codenamed Sirocco.
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages.
2011-07-29 ST-Ericsson shuts down R&D sites
As part of their latest round of restructuring, ST-Ericsson is planning to close some of its R&D sites worldwide.
2005-07-26 Sony maps software development environment for Playstation 3
With the debut of Playstation 3 scheduled for next spring, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. has announced strategic alliances with several companies and an acquisition all aimed at launching software development for the game console.
2014-11-11 Shifting to requirements-driven verification, test
Here is an evaluation of the pros, cons and potential obstacles to requirements-driven verification and test so you may decide if it is the next step in evolution.
2014-09-19 Power routing concerns in analogue design
Automated analogue routing presents more challenges compared with digital power distribution. However, with new techniques, automation is possible, and the goal of speedier design iterations can be achieved.
2004-01-09 Multithread processor aims at scientific apps
Media processors have struggled to gain wide acceptance, but their allure still proves too hard for some chip makers to resist.
2014-06-09 Motion control collaboration opens up robotics, automation
The collaboration between XMOS and Synapticon involves joint development and marketing initiatives for the uptake of motion control technologies in areas including robotics and smart factories.
2004-02-16 Media processor aims at scientific apps
Clearspeed Technology has taped out its first CS301 processor, which can be described as a collection of floating-point engines that deliver 25Gflops performance.
2006-07-19 Matsushita acquires Elixent, says report
Elixent has been acquired by Matsushita Electric, one of its two principal backers, and is set to become an R&D center under the Panasonic name.
2014-10-31 Manage layout-dependent effects in analogue design
As process geometries reduced, a new type of variability was introduced, collectively known as layout-dependent effects. Learn about the sources of intra-chip variability and how to design round them.
2005-09-08 LSI Logic rolls digital TV processors
LSI Logic plans to extend its reach into the digital consumer electronics market by integrating terrestrial digital TV set-top box functions into its DVD recorder chip.
2005-08-08 Israeli graphics chip startup raises $4 million
Israeli parallel-processing graphics chip start-up Lucid Ltd has secured $4 million of Series A financing in a round led by Giza Venture Capital and Genesis Partners, according to Giza Venture Capital.
2011-02-01 Icera samples Espresso chipset for smartphones
Aimed at HSPA+ smartphones, Icera's Espresso 450 consists of new baseband and RF chips, and delivers quad band HSPA+ of up to 28Mbps together with full quad band 2G/3G voice support functions.
2012-09-05 IBM, STM to create NEMS-based logic process
The goal of NEMIAC project is to develop a logic process based on nanometer-scale relays suited for embedded systems and allowing 3-D integration with CMOS.
2009-09-09 Hybrid demodulators fit DVB, analog video broadcast
Marvell reveals the first chips in a family of hybrid demodulators for DVB and analog video broadcasting.
2004-10-05 HP seeks to expand R&D in Puerto Rico
Hewlett-Packard Co. has signed a memorandum with the government of Puerto Rico to explore expanding its R&D presence on the island, possibly establishing a new branch of HP Labs there.
2010-03-01 HP Labs research facility rises in Singapore
HP Labs has established new research facility in Singapore, which will focus on developing an enterprise cloud software platform, dubbed Cirious.
2010-09-21 HP Labs boosts cloud initiatives with two Singapore hires
HP Labs taps two locals for is research and development efforts
2015-02-05 How to prevent latchup in CMOS
Latchup is a reliability concern that plagued early CMOS processes. This article tackles this issue and lists several ways to minimise its occurrence.
2008-08-11 Home networking to reach 168M households this year
Rapid growth in home networking, approaching 168 million households worldwide in 2008, is laying the foundation for expansion of multimedia services internationally and especially in the European markets, according to Parks Associates.
2008-02-28 GPS goes beyond navigation to video games
By combining GPS and a digital compass with accelerometers, HP Lab's Mediascape platform lets gamers 'become a mouse and a gamepad,' said Patrick Goddi, a senior researcher at HP Labs.
2015-06-05 Employing deep wells in analogue IC design
Learn how to add a deep n-well in an analogue or mixed-signal IC as a means of providing additional isolation from noise sources.
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