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2001-04-01 Rough road ahead for Net-connected designs
Everyone has been marveling at the so-called blossoming of the various Net-centric computing devices. There is one problem, though. It is called the infrastructure. Everybody is dashing off to develop architectures that would "standardize" this new technology
2006-12-14 RFID companies still not ready for growth, says expert
The RFID market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of nearly 20 percent over the next six years and several factors are coming together to ease adoption of the technology.
2010-02-18 Researchers detail parallel programming progress
Researchers offered an update on their work to find new programming models for tomorrow's many-core processors at an annual event at the University of California at Berkeley.
2008-08-12 Real-time signal processing gets speedy with XMC module
Innovative Integration is offering the X5-GSPS, an XMC I/O module featuring the National Semiconductor 1.5GSps ADC08D1500 dual-channel, 8bit ADCs connected to a Virtex-5 FPGA computing core, DRAM and SRAM memory plus an eight lane PCIe host interface
2009-11-20 Rattner: Boost supercomputing through 3D Web
Justin Rattner, chief technology officer at Intel, said that high-performance computing needs to boost growth by addressing the needs of the 3D Web
2006-06-13 Quantum3D, Radstone ink IDE agreement
Quantum3D and Radstone Embedded Computing announced an agreement to have Quantum's IData graphical interface development environment and tools available across the range of Radstone's graphics processors
2002-07-11 QLogic provides SAN support for Intel Itanium 2 processors
QLogic Corp. will support the latest Intel Itanium 2 processor and architecture in Windows and Linux environments.
2009-10-23 Processors bring PC performance to mobiles
The Armada family supports OS used across consumer and embedded markets.
2002-09-05 Philips, Intel partner to develop multimedia platform
Royal Philips Electronics and Intel Corp. have collaborated to create a new digital multimedia reference platform called Pronto++ Software & Systems
2003-03-19 Philips' Silicon Hive to develop IP cores
Philips Research is spinning out a reconfigurable computing architecture it has kept under wraps since the early 1990s to an incubator company called Silicon Hive, which will develop and license synthesizable IP cores
2007-11-01 PGI compiler suite for HPC gets upgrade
The Portland Group, a subsidiary of STMicroelectronics, has announced the availability of Release 7.1 of its suite of Fortran, C and C++ compilers and development tools.
2011-01-21 PDK and reference flow for 0.18um power management process
Tanner EDA and TowerJazz announce PDK for 0.18um power management process. Kit includes symbol libraries for schematic capture software as well as parameterized layout generators for L-Edit
2010-10-21 PCM gears up for prime time
Blending the attributes of NOR- and NAND-type flash memory, EEPROM memory, and DRAM, phase-change memory is presented as the best candidate to continue the scaling of NVM.
2011-04-15 Path to cloud won't be easy
High-tech companies are eager to hop on the cloud bandwagon, but Accenture warns that cloud services would require multiple business and operating models, and new kinds of customer relationships.
2003-06-06 Palm buys Handspring, spins off PalmSource
Palm Inc. has agreed to buy personal computing rival Handspring Inc. in a deal that will also see the spin off of PalmSource Inc
2015-03-31 Oscilloscopes integrate PAM-4 analysis option
A software option for Keysight's S-series, V-series and Z-series real-time oscilloscopes allows users to characterise pulse amplitude modulation with four amplitude levels (PAM-4) signals
2010-12-09 OS maker calls for secure virtualization machines
The virtualized computing world can become overrun by uncontrolled hacks exploiting non-secure devices and drivers if the industry fails to address existing security challenges
2009-04-22 Oracle-Sun merger stirs questions on Java's future
Oracle Corp.'s proposed $7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems marks a strange step back to the future of computer industry that raises questions about the outlook for Sun's hardware, Java software and the database giant itself
2006-01-13 Optiwave announces new photonics design tool
Optiwave Systems released its OptiFDTD MAX, which is powered by EM Photonics' Celerity acceleration technology, yielding the computation power of a 25 to 50 node PC cluster.
2002-02-27 Optimistic Intel CEO snowboards through keynote
With the semiconductor industry in its deepest recession in 28 years, there is still room for hope, optimism, even humor, suggested Intel Corp. CEO Craig Barrett at the opening of the Intel Developers Forum Monday (Feb. 25).
2010-06-01 OLPC taps Marvell Moby for XO tablet PCs
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) and Marvell Technology have teamed up to jointly develop a family of next-generation OLPC XO tablet computers based on the Marvell Moby reference design.
2008-02-06 Nvidia acquires gaming physics tech provider
Nvidia has signed a definitive agreement to acquire AGEIA Technologies, a gaming physics technology provider.
2011-06-02 Nimbic launches nCloud for EDA
Nimbic has launched nCloud, which it claims to be the world's first scalable and secure cloud computing platform
2005-01-25 Nifty mini data-acq pods talk USB
NI's USB-6008 is a 12-bit resolution 10ksps device, but its cousin, the USB-6009, which is also USB 2.0 compatible, digitizes at speeds to 48KS/s at 14 bits of resolution.
2008-03-14 NI: Path leads to parallel for test and measurement
Actions, computing and instructions occurring simultaneously are increasingly common requirements in today's world, as evidenced by the unstoppable migration from single-core to multicore processors in PCs. This new paradigmthe Parallel Shiftbrings a huge challenge to test engineers: the marriage of parallelism with computing, and in related applications of measurement and control
2003-04-10 New group aims to secure PCs, PDAs, cell phones
Fifteen companies have formed an industry initiative to define and promote a specification for security in PCs, servers, PDAs and cellphones.
2003-09-26 New conference addresses system-level design
Two formerly independent research conferences will merge into one event scheduled for October 1-3, 2003.
2002-04-01 National coprocessor meets TCPA 1.1 spec
National Semiconductor Corp. has announced the release of the SafeKeeper PC21100 trusted platform module security coprocessor that supports version 1.1 of the Trusted Computing Alliance security specification
2008-08-01 Multithreading comes undone
EDA vendors have struggled to meet the challenge of multicore IC design by rolling out multithreading capabilities for their tools. Nonetheless, the question cannot be ignored: Is multithreading the best way to exploit multicore systems effectively?
2012-10-03 Multicore communications processor boasts fortified security
Broadcom Corporation's 28nm XLP 200-Series is optimised to meet the demands of enterprise, service provider 4G/LTE, data centre, cloud computing and software defined networking (SDN) environments.
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