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2005-04-14 MCU family touts signal-chain-on-chip functionality
In the latest MCU product launch from Texas Instruments, the company focuses on the "signal-chain-on-chip functionality" of its new MSP430F42x0 family of 16bit MCUs
2006-08-30 Toshiba tapeouts 90nm IC with Synopsys compiler
Synopsys announced that Toshiba has used the Synopsys IC Compiler physical implementation solution to tape out its next-generation TC90515XBG home digital network chip
2007-12-18 Zilog intros first 1.8V flash MCU
Zilog has released its first 1.8V low power, 8bit embedded flash MCU, designated as the Z8 Encore! XP F1680 series, which comes with extended peripherals.
2002-04-22 Oak ships imaging, printing SoC solution
Oak Technology, Inc. has announced the availability of the OTI-4110 imaging SoC solution that allows appliance-type products to support image-rich content, which can be captured and printed without using a PC.
2008-02-06 Memory compiler optimized for UMC 65nm LL process
Faraday Technology has announced the availability of a memory compiler for UMC 65nm LL process.
2014-10-30 Place-and-route tool speeds up silicon design
Synopsys revealed that its IC Complier II place-and-route tool allowed Panasonic Corp. System LSI business division (Panasonic SoC) to achieve silicon success with their high-end multimedia chip.
2007-12-27 Zilog debuts 1.8V flash MCU
Zilog announced its first 1.8V low power, 8bit embedded flash MCU with extended peripherals.
2005-05-05 Tools suit XAP 32bit RISC core
Cambridge Consultants' new tool set is comprised of the Gnu Compiler Collection C/C++ compiler and the uCLinux and Micrium (C/OS-II real-time operating systems.
2007-04-16 Optimize compilers and embedded DSP software
Understanding the workings of the DSP architecture, compiler, and the application algorithms can speed up applications, sometimes by an order of magnitude. This article will summarize some of the techniques that can improve the performance of your code in terms of cycle count, memory use, and power consumption.
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