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2007-10-12 XDR DRAM transfers data at 9.6GBps
Elpida Memory and Rambus claim the industry's fastest DRAMthe 512Mbit, 4.8GHz XDR DRAM, with a data transfer rate of 9.6GBps
2005-04-05 XDR DRAM eyes digital consumer apps
Elpida Memory is sampling a 512Mb XDR DRAM that operates at 3.2GHz and provides a data transfer rate of 6.4GBps
2007-07-27 UWB MAC solution achieves 200Mbps transfer rates
Faraday Technology adds to its ASIC design service and broad IP portfolio the new UWB medium access controller solution claimed to enable higher transfer rate at lower pin count for SoC designs
2008-07-24 Using a Xilinx CoolRunner-II CPLD as a data stream switch
This Xilinx application note shows how a Xilinx CoolRunner-II CPLD can be used as a simple logical switch that can quickly and reliably select between different MPEG video sources.
2008-07-02 Serial ATA and the evolution in data storage technology
Before we can fully appreciate the benefits behind the SATA standard, it makes sense to look back on the history of data storage
2009-11-12 SEIPI clocks 25 years promoting Philippine electronics industry
Celebrating 25 years, SEIPI pursues its vision of transforming the Philippines into a regional center of excellence in the electronics industry
2013-06-19 Parallel optical devices target consumer systems, apps
GigOptix's optical interconnect portfolio of 1-12 channel VCSEL driver and TIA arrays fulfil high speed links requirements with advanced performance of 1-28Gb/s per channel.
2009-02-19 Fujitsu to transfer HDD biz to Toshiba
Toshiba Corp. and Fujitsu Ltd have signed a memorandum of understanding on the transfer of Fujitsu's HDD business to Toshiba. The companies aim to complete the transaction in Q1 of fiscal 09
2006-03-27 Elpida's 512Mbit XDR DRAM devices operate at 4GHz data rate
Elpida's new 512Mbit XDR DRAM devices operate at 4GHz data rate and provide a data transfer rate of 8GBps within a single device for digital consumer electronics apps.
2004-07-23 Elpida DRAM devices suit digital consumer apps
Elpida launched its latest offering in its line of 0.11?m, high-speed DRAM devices for use in digital consumer apps
2004-03-24 Consumer industry moves Linux to the living room
Consumer electronics companies want to leverage the trend toward adding value to consumer electronics through software to create a Linux-based
2008-03-04 320Gbyte HDDs up security with bulk data encryption
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has started volume shipment of new 5,400 RPM Travelstar notebook HDDs with a maximum available capacity of 320Gbyte.
2007-11-30 320GB 2.5inch HDD moves data at 300MBps
Fujitsu has announced a 2.5-inch HDD with 320Gbyte capacity and a transfer rate of up to 300MBps
2004-05-13 TI solution supports 1394 network data transfer
Texas Instruments has announced a cost-effective, integrated 1394a link-layer-controller and two-port physical-layer-controller.
2007-05-01 WiMedia for high-bandwidth comms
The key to the WiMedia form of UWB is that it can leverage existing markets surrounding USB, Bluetooth and IPs. WiMedia radios can support one or all of these schemes simultaneously.
2012-02-07 Wilocity to roll multigigabit tech
According to the company, its technology will enable users to connect at whatever band that is offering the best available performance while delivering multigigabit data rates at 60GHz
2006-01-03 Samsung, Vodafone, Qualcomm team on HSDPA
Samsung Electronics has agreed to team up with Vodafone and Qualcomm to introduce HSDPA-enabled mobile phones in Europe next year
2012-09-11 Renesas touts SuperSpeed USB hub controller
The ?PD720210 hub controller aims to deliver reduced power consumption and greater compactness in applications that include docking stations, monitors, routers and digital consumer devices
2005-08-25 Philips eases implementation of high-quality streaming video
Royal Philips Electronics unveiled a high-speed USB peripheral device that is fully compliant with the USB Implementers Forum (IF) video-class specifications (Revision 1.1) for point-to-point video streaming
2005-07-12 Philips ARM-7 based MCU fully compliant to USB 2.0 standard
Royal Philips Electronics has launched what it believes is the industry's first fully-compliant USB 2.0 full speed ARM7 microcontroller
2008-06-18 NXP claims world's 'fastest' cellular modem
NXP Semiconductors claims to have developed the world's fastest high-bandwidth cellular soft modemthe Nexperia Cellular System Solution PNX6910.
2004-07-27 NEC MCUs reduce system costs
NEC announced the development of two new series of MCUs that are designed for use in smaller, more economical and higher-performance sensor apps.
2004-03-23 Multimedia triumvirate promote NFC technology
Nokia Corp. has joined with Royal Philips Electronics and Sony Corp. to promote near-field radio communication technology developed by Philips
2004-01-07 Micro drive holds 2GB
Hoping to piggyback the market momentum toward portable consumer electronics storage devices, Cornice has unveiled a 1-inch hard drive (HD) capable of storing 2GB of data
2010-01-06 LG, Samsung, Sony, Valens launch HDBaseT Alliance
The HDBaseT Alliance will engage key players across the consumer electronics and the content industries
2005-04-28 Japanese companies team to protect content on removable hard drives
Hitachi Ltd, Pioneer Corp., Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd, and Sharp Corp. have agreed to develop and license Security Architecture For Intelligent Attachment (SAFIA) content protection technologies for removable hard drives used in consumer electronics and PCs
2009-11-09 Hi-peed USB-to-SD card ups read/write speed
The chip allows simple control through one GPIO, or an I?C interface for the 2-port option.
2007-12-17 HDMI is ready for close-up
Last year's adoption of the HDMI version 1.3 release, with key performance improvements, has advanced the adoption rate of sources that provide 1,080p resolution such as Blu-ray and HD DVD.
2011-08-04 HDDs feature up to 1TB capacity
Toshiba has introduced 2.5-inch hard disk drives that feature up to 1TB capacity using 500GB/platter technology.
2008-06-30 Fast Cycle RAM aims at CE apps
Fujitsu Microelectronics Ltd has developed a 256Mbit consumer FCRAM product for digital consumer electronics, the MB81EDS256545
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