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2007-01-01 Peripherals concept rolls for media handsets
Cypress Semiconductor will unveil a dedicated peripherals controller that can download files from a handset to a PC faster than solutions from competing companies.
2009-06-10 PCIe 3.0 cores support up to 16 lanes
Gennum Corp.'s Snowbush IP group has completed silicon core designs of a controller and PHY device for PCIe version 3.0.
2010-02-08 Panel tackles outsourcing tradeoffs
A panel discussion at the DesignCon 2010 conference centered on the evolution of the IC outsourcing modeland its implications.
2015-02-02 Optimising BGA signal routing in PCB designs
BGA packaging technology for embedded designs is steadily advancing, but signal escape routing is difficult. Know the strategies to ensure that a product is correct in terms of form, fit and function.
2008-05-13 Opinion: Infineon takeover unlikely
While Infineon might be an attractive takeover candidate, with Samsung and Intel reported to be among interested parties, the reality looks somewhat different.
2014-04-04 ON Semi to buy Truesense to boost industrial presence
ON Semi has agreed to acquire Truesense Imaging, which produces interline transfer CCD, full frame CCD, linear CCD, and CMOS image sensors that target several industrial end-markets.
2011-04-14 NXP: 'Pump-and-dump' victim or hunting for offers?
EE Times' Peter Clarke examines what could have fueled the NXP takeover rumor, pointing to stock traders' 'pump-and-dump' operation and to NXP's veiled attempt to court premium offers.
2013-06-03 NXP, ST top car ASSP semiconductor market
IHS revealed that NXP last year posted automotive infotainment ASSP revenue of $459 million, giving it a market share of 15 per cent.
2015-03-03 NXP, Freescale merger seen to shake industry
The move would make the two companies the world's ninth largest chip maker, which would surpass ST and Renesas at $7 billion each and approach TI at $12 billion, stated IC Insights.
2007-07-31 NXP, Collis hold ePassport training in Singapore
NXP has teamed up with Collis to provide training for the Singapore government's electronic passport program.
2007-06-11 NXP, Afa hatch portable TV solution
NXP and Afa Technologies plan to develop an ultralow power DVB-T front-end solution for portable viewing devices.
2010-08-19 NXP Semiconductors recovery takes hold
NXP reports improvements in income, margins after poor 2009
2011-04-14 NXP not for sale but would consider offers, says CEO
NXP's CEO has refuted earlier reports claiming it is in takeover talks with Intel, Broadcom and Qualcomm, saying the company is not for sale but would consider a high premium offer.
2009-01-07 NXP needs to sell more assets to survive
Despite his experience and knowledge of the industry, NXP's new president and CEO Richard L. Clemmer cannot surgically resolve NXP's boatload of problems without resorting to drastic measures.
2011-04-12 NXP mulls mergers to compete with TI
While NXP's strong position in NFC could attract prospective buyers, it is uncertain whether the company would make a good fit for highly digital chipmakers Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom.
2012-10-30 NXP 2.0 ready by 2013, says CEO
Credited with reducing NXP's debt, Rick Clemmer said that NXP version 2.0 will improve operating margins to 25 per cent while also growing at a rate 50 per cent faster than the IC industry average.
2008-02-13 Nvidia's cellular CPU handles 720p video
NVidia has rolled out its first cellphone applications processor, taking a fresh run at the mobile business with a chip that handles video resolutions up to 720p.
2011-05-17 Nvidia's 1Q results exceed analysts' forecast
Nvidia posted fiscal 1Q sales of $962 million and a non-GAAP net income of 27 cents per share, beating analysts' expectations of $947 million in sales and a non-GAAP net income of 19 cents per share.
2008-02-28 Nvidia scientist sees GPUs in future supercomputers
By 2012, three of the top five supercomputers in the world will have GPUs using parallel computing applications to crunch numbers at a clip that's not possible on standard CPU-only set-ups, predicts David Kirk, Nvidia chief scientist.
2008-03-28 Nvidia leads list of early Vista driver crashes
According to a list of driver crashes in Vista compiled by Microsoft that was unsealed by U.S. District Judge Marsha J. Pechman in late February, Nvidia was responsible for nearly 29 percent of all such crashes.
2004-05-20 Nvidia delivers PCI Express graphics modules
Nvidia has developed a specification for a standard graphics module based on PCI Express.
2008-07-11 Numonyx, Elpida forge memory foundry deal
Flash-memory upstart Numonyx B.V. has signed on its first silicon foundry partner, by announcing a deal with Japan's Elpida Memory Inc.
2007-05-31 Nokia says Qualcomm spat clouds 3G progress
Nokia has warned that its ongoing patent row with Qualcomm could affect 3G mobile technology's adoption rate.
2009-02-19 Nokia and Qualcomm: foes to partners
Former patent litigation foes Nokia and Qualcomm have partnered to develop mobile devices based that are compatible with the forthcoming Symbian Foundation platform.
2008-03-11 No white flag: Micron tries another makeover
Trying to get up from a tide of red ink and market share losses, Micron reinvented itself yet again, taking dramatic steps to become more competitive in two of its sagging businesses: DRAMs and CMOS image sensors.
2008-01-29 No truth to IBM-AMD merger rumor, says source
Widespread talk of an IBM-AMD merger, credited for giving AMD's share price an upward kick of nearly 11 percent for a few hours Wednesday last week, is nothing but speculation run amok, according to a source close to AMD.
2006-10-23 No buyout, says Cypress
Cypress Semiconductor Inc.'s board disclosed that it has terminated its process of evaluating a possible buyout of the company.
2003-01-13 Nifty gadgets brighten hope for an upturn
It rained in the desert resort town of Las Vegas as the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) prepared to open its doors.
2007-11-16 Next SoC era calls for new business models
Welcome to the next phase of the SoC era, in which system, software and semiconductor companies are struggling to find new technology and business models.
2007-07-23 New R&D labs promise know-how, jobs in Korea
South Korea has established cooperatives ties with eight companies to set up R&D labs in the country, a deal that could boost local technological know-how and provide jobs.
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