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2002-10-25 PMC-Sierra quad serdes addresses multiport transceivers
PMC-Sierra Inc.'s PM8356 QuadPHY FC Fibre Channel serdes addresses the need for 1.0625Gbps or 2.125Gbps multiport transceivers in Fibre Channel switches
2004-03-22 TI serdes offers error-free transmission
The discrete serializer/deserializer (serdes) from TI is capable of error-free transmission over 80 inches of standard backplane trace in LAN, MAN, and WAN apps
2004-07-01 SONET CMOS transceiver hits 10Gbps
Xignal develops a single-chip full-rate 4:1 Serdes chip consuming <1W in a standard 0.13?m CMOS technology.
2007-05-01 Serdes targets multimegapixel image sensors
Fairchild Semiconductor introduced a ?Serdes device designed for serializing high-speed signals in multimegapixel-resolution CMOS and CCD image sensors, commonly found in portable products including cellphones with built-in cameras
2002-08-16 ME Ethernet transceiver uses SOI-CMOS technology
Mitsubishi Electric's M69850 is claimed to be world's first 10Gb Ethernet PHY transceiver that uses SOI-CMOS technology
2003-06-30 Lattice serdes transceiver suits SONET, 10GbE apps
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. has released what it claims is the industry's lowest power SERDES transceiver that is based on the 0.13?m CMOS technology.
2013-01-29 Kotura taps CMOS foundry for 100G photonics chips
Kotura is in the early stages of the R&D process with its unnamed CMOS foundry partner and will be ready to sample its product by late 2013
2007-11-16 Gigabit Serdes: A key piece of the PON puzzle
New Serdes designs that support critical PON requirements such as fast re-lock will be one of the keys to PON infrastructure build out
2007-03-16 Fujitsu makes CMOS IC with 40-44Gbps CDR rate
Fujitsu Laboratories of America and Fujitsu Laboratories have developed the industry's first CMOS IC that performs CDR at 40Gbps to 44Gbps, enabling the future implementation of 40Gbps optical Serdes modules
2006-09-25 FPGAs include SerDes, PCS block
The new ECP2M FPGA family from Lattice Semiconductor consists of low-cost devices that offer high-speed embedded SerDes I/O plus a pre-engineered physical coding sublayer block
2010-03-24 CMOS ADC handles 127Gbit/s PM-QPSK scheme
Opnext Inc. has developed a low-power quad CMOS ADC, designed for use in a 127Gbit/s Polarization Multiplexed Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (PM-QPSK) modulation scheme
2006-06-29 Avago unveils 65nm SerDes core
Avago Tech recently claimed it is among the first manufacturers to validate its serialization/deserialization IP core in 65nm CMOS process technology
2004-12-06 Agilent proves 6.25Gbps serdes core in 90nm process
Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced that it has validated its third-generation SerDes core in a 90nm CMOS process technology, making it possible for OEMs to embed as many SerDes channels (each operating at up to 6.25Gbps) as needed onto a single ASIC chip.
2004-08-04 Agilent embedded SerDes ASIC sets performance record
Agilent Technologies Inc.'s embedded SerDes ASIC technology has set a performance record for storage and networking applications
2012-07-18 Achieve robust, secure NVM with anti-fuse technology
Anti-fuse technology begins to emerge as a desirable alternative, offering more secure storage while scaling with each new generation of process
2010-02-22 40nm CMOS Serdes achieves 25Gbit/s
Avago Technologies has achieved serial 25Gbit/s Serdes performance in 40nm CMOS technology.
2008-11-06 Can the old school of analog designers really hack it in today's digital CMOS world
Getting analog functions on a chip that is mostly digital poses many challenges for the analog designer. Are they equipped?
2003-05-26 Broadcom transceivers transmit up to 622Mbps
The company has released a custom three-chip serial backplane transceiver chipset for Foundry Networks' metro/service provider router architecture.
2003-05-23 Multilink transceivers target switch fabric systems
Multilink Technology has expanded their PHYreSTORM family of datacom serdes devices with the introduction of the MTC1138 10Gbps transceiver
2001-06-16 Startup preps 5Gbps backplane transceiver
In a bid to build a better bit pipe on the backplane, Accelerant Networks is preparing to roll out a proprietary CMOS transceiver that harnesses multilevel signaling technology
2002-07-16 It's show time for Infineon
Infineon's broadband optical IC is capable of providing one-stop-shopping capabilities for line-card access devices.
2012-02-02 DEF: The best bet to fight crosstalk
While there is no fail safe solution for measuring the effects of cross talk on a chip, the best existing solution is decision feedback equalizer, a type of circuit that can be inserted into a design to minimize crosstalk.
2013-05-15 CTO: TSMC prepared to push beyond IC limits
TSMC technology chief Jack Sun discusses the future of semiconductors-such as super-systems that move beyond SoCs-and the path the microchip foundry aims to take
2005-11-28 AnSem announces design of analog IP in 90nm TSMC tech
AnSem announced the successful design of its first analog IP in standard 90nm TSMC technology
2004-12-16 Agere rolls Ether switch, octal PHY
The company has launched a powerful entrant into the market of L2 Ethernet switches and an octal physical-layer chip that complements it.
2003-02-18 10Gbps transceivers draw a crowd
Chip designers are reaching into their bag of circuit tricks to coax 10Gbps transmission rates from serial transceivers, even while demand for such high-speed backplane technology is still ways off
2006-05-16 Tips for maximizing RapidIO
RapidIO is an open, standards-based interconnection technology for midsize and large embedded systems. Travis Scheckel discusses tips for designers working with it for the first time
2008-02-27 Startup unrolls low-power 10G optical module
Lightwire is sampling out an optical transceiver based on a novel CMOS design, claiming lower power and size than competing alternatives
2009-02-25 Plug and Play IP goal remains "elusive" or is becoming tangible?
DesignCon's IP Selection panel essentially painted the view that plug and play IP remains 'elusive.' Here is my view that this goal is becoming tangible.
2014-09-02 What's switching: Nine takeaways from Hot Interconnects
The event sizzled with announcements and discussionsFacebook introduced its high-profile switch, critics attacked Ethernet's shortfalls, experts scrutinised Wi-Fi, and silicon photonics took centre stage.
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