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2004-03-16 Sun hedges on Infiniband as system interconnect
Opportunities for server blades are growing fast, but so are issues like managing, cooling, and picking the right interconnects for this emerging category of densely packed systems, said computer executives at the Server Blade Summit on Wednesday (March 10, 2004
2006-01-19 Statistics engine liberates processor in IP-based networks
Integrated Device Technology has developed a chip that tracks statistics in IP-based networks, allowing packet processors to focus on other computer-intensive tasks
2009-07-22 ST, CEA-LETI launch Nano2012 program
STMicroelectronics and CEA-LETI, the French Laboratory for Electronics & Information Technology have announced the formal launch of the Nano2012 Research and Development program at ST's site at Crolles
2007-10-10 SST, Insyde team on flash-based PC storage
Flash vendor Silicon Storage Technology Inc. and BIOS developer Insyde Software Corp. are collaborating on a new platform for flash-based storage in the PC, called FlashMate
2014-12-19 SRAMs in nextgen IoT and wearable embedded designs
In this article, we will discuss the technology advances that necessitate SRAMs and also the evolving trends in SRAM technology that make it ready to service the needs of the future
2013-03-22 Space and time trade-offs in advanced computing
Here's an examination of real world trade-offs of time and space, and their impact on our modern mobile computing model. Along the way, we touch on relativistic physics, computer science and science fiction, all in an entertaining and informative look at the continuum
2006-02-08 Sony touts Cell processor for real-time tasks
Real-time computing will bring a paradigm shift for both the PC and semiconductor industries, according to the president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment
2014-12-02 Significance of partitioning for date centres (Part 1)
In this two-part series, we will consider some of the key places where we see partitioning technology utilised, and explore some of its impact and implications within the data centre
2003-01-21 ServerWorks enters storage controller market
ServerWorks Corp. is sampling its new line of SATA host controller that can be used in any computer system including PCI
2009-03-03 Self-test device packs CPU interface support
LogicVision Inc. has developed new technology that will enable easy access to chip level built-in-self-test (BIST) capabilities for board and system-level test and maintenance activities
2006-04-13 RoHS-compliant ETX board runs 2GHz Intel dual core, PCIe
Ampro Computers demonstrated a plug-compatible system for embedded system manufacturers facing complete re-designs of ETX baseboards to adopt new technology
2005-09-13 Rise of NAND reshapes NOR market
NOR suppliers may need to seek new non-volatile memory technology
2006-05-16 Rise of NAND reshapes NOR market
NOR suppliers may need to seek new non-volatile memory technology
2014-01-02 Research: MRAM tech boosts information storage in electronics
NUS Researchers developed an innovative technology that will drastically increase storage space and enhance memory, which will ensure that fresh data stays intact, even in the case of a power failure
2008-11-13 Qualcomm helps boost China IT education
Qualcomm Inc. and Beijing Peking University Unity Microsystems Technology Co. Ltd (PKUnity) have entered the third phase of the Connected Computer Classroom program
2011-11-08 Power-efficiency, GPUs push exascale computing
An analyst opines that despite advances in computer modeling, "the drive for faster, smaller, cheaper systems remains strong
2014-07-15 Porous silicon oxide improves memory prod'n
Researchers from Rice University developed what they say is a breakthrough silicon oxide technology aimed at high-density, next-generation computer memory that is one step closer to mass production
2003-12-11 Plug-and-play embedded modules rest on FPGAs
Taking a page from the history of board-level computer systems and adding several bits of new technology, startup Ultimodule Inc. has announced a complete do-it-yourself tool kit for embedded-systems development
2011-08-16 Photonic chip to replace electronic chips
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology and the University of California, San Diego have discovered a way to prevent light signals on a silicon chip from reflecting backwards and interfering with its operation
2014-12-17 Open source platforms afford infinite design capabilities
The availability of open-source software and, more recently, hardware targeting embedded applications means that access to high-quality engineering resources has never been greater
2002-12-16 National Semi devices simplify Bluetooth systems
The Simply Blue family of modules is claimed to simplify the design of systems using Bluetooth wireless technology
2010-07-27 Microsoft free to design ARM chips
Microsoft and ARM have expanded their 13-year relationship to give the software giant access to the processor maker's architecture, allowing Microsoft to design its own ARM chips
2006-08-31 Micron rolls out 'densest' 16Gbyte memory module
Micron Technology said its new 16Gbyte memory module is the densest server module on the market and enables customers to access mission-critical data more quickly and efficiently
2011-11-30 Making heterogeneous network possible
Here's a discussion on heterogeneous network (HetNet), a technology that will rely heavily on SoC integration to handle the computational complexity of many different types of small cell Evolved NodeB LTE base stations
2000-11-01 Layered strategy suits embedded systems
When the networked computer came along, followed swiftly by Internet appliances such as handheld devices and set-top boxes with Web access, ANT Ltd recognized an opportunity for its Fresco browser
2008-02-01 It's a full house for digital TV links
Consumer electronics companies are asking the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to mandate that their products be given access to applications and services running on the headend systems of cable TV providers
2005-08-05 iSuppli analyst: Volatility of memory market will lessen
As suppliers of semiconductor memory chips diversify their product lines, the volatile pricing and supply cycles long characteristic of products such as dynamic random access memories (DRAMs) could someday become a thing of the past, according to iSuppli Corp. market analyst Nam Hyung Kim
2003-06-18 IP cores crowd SoCs
History may be repeating itself as chip designers head down the same path their computer brethren once trod - toward multiprocessing
2016-05-13 IoT networks tip growth spurt for high performance processors
IHS revealed that as the PC and smartphone markets begin to stagnate, the computer and applications-processor suppliers are aggressively looking for adjacent markets such as IoT networking
2015-07-30 Intel, Micron unleash novel non-volatile memory
The executives said the memory is based on a fundamental discovery that has yielded a non-volatile memory that exhibits a "bulk material property change" at the cross-point of metal access lines
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