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2004-06-11 WIN ATX board puts Intel P4 power into legacy systems
WIN Enterprises is rolling out a new motherboard to serve as a drop-in replacement for legacy systems with a standard ATX footprint.
2008-10-10 WiMAX Goes Live; Now Comes the Hard Part
It's official: the fledging WiMAX broadband network is finally getting rolling, with companies such as Lenovo, Toshiba and Nokia announcing a number of products (or extensions of previous products) that will take advantage of the competitor to cellular and home data-delivery markets.
2008-12-16 WiMAX demands conformance
WiMAX, has become the poster child of the mobile Internet world but WiMAX devices, terminals and base stations require rigorous testing and conformance to tight specification standards, more so than those required for Wi-Fi.
2005-03-28 WiMAX at competitive crossroads, researcher claims
WiMAX wireless broadband has the potential to grow rapidly yet it remains at a crossroads because it faces serious competition from other technologies, according to a study released by market research firm Maravedis.
2008-06-18 Will WiMAX, LTE coexist in multimode?
From a technology perspective, how different are the WiMAX and the LTE specifications? More important, what multimode technologies are beginning to surface that make a standards-oriented battle for market supremacy pointless in the long run?
2015-11-24 Will Japan sell Renesas to foreign companies?
Many Japanese industry sources hold the nationalistic view that Renesas shouldn't fall into the hands of foreign companies since Renesas supplies key components to the Japanese automotive industry.
2009-01-07 Will home networks bank on Ethernet?
While the consumer electronics industry is yet to find a clear technology winner for digital home media distribution, some are clearly betting on Ethernet to become the answer for home networks by late 2009 and beyond.
2008-02-06 Will EUV litho ever cross over from R&D to production?
The procurement of an R&D EUV lithography tool from Nikon has reportedly been put off by Intel, raising more questions about the viability of EUV for mass chip production.
2016-05-06 Will drones fill Intel's smartphone market void?
Coming on the heels of its recent announcement of massive layoffs and cancelling of mobile SoC platforms, Intel turns a new leaf with drones.
2014-01-22 Wideband systems for RF signal monitoring
Find out how we can fulfil the requirement for equipment that can capture wideband signals, and can deal with the large amount of data created.
2008-02-18 Why we need a new analog design flow
Analog-mixed signal designers need a first-time right design methodology now. Why is this familiar cry more urgent and probably truest this time?
2011-10-18 Why sustainability is significant in design engineering
There are now globally accepted metrics for measuring the real currency of sustainability from which design engineering can benefit.
2013-05-09 Why stitch and ship is no longer workable
As the systems change, the stitch and ship methodology is leading to increased numbers of costly failures.
2011-08-18 Why Microsoft should buy Nokia
EBN editor-in-chief Bolaji Ojo gives his take on why Microsoft and Nokia should join forces to strengthen their position in the high-tech wireless handset and tablet PC market.
2015-12-18 Why did Apple buy Maxim's fab?
Regardless of its speculative nature, news like Apple's acquisition of Maxim's fab creates a great window to look into the wants and needs of the Cupertino giant.
2010-08-25 Why China ought to bar US high-tech companies
Following the logic of a letter from eight US senators to the Obama administration asking the government to investigate Huawei Technologies would mean China barring US high technology companies.
2015-05-21 Who's who in smart robotics: Festo goes head to head with SMC
For years SMC led Festo with higher volumes due to lower pricing, but now Festo claims to be catching up by outperforming SMC with "smarter" robotics and programmable logic controllers.
2015-08-07 Who wants to buy Marvell's mobile business?
Marvell's search for suitors illustrates a dramatic change in the global smartphone business. Nobody seems winning big. Even for a chip vendor with solid technology, it's tougher to get fair value.
2015-06-10 Who wants to buy Atmel?
Atmel's latest pitch to the investment community is that its strategybanking on the emerging Internet of Things markethas transformed it into a higher-margin, higher-growth business.
2016-01-11 Where is low-power WAN headed?
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things.
2011-05-31 Where is ARM on the Imec landscape?
While it is not involved with Imec in terms of funding research, ARM admits it must partner with Imec to research manufacturing technologies such as in areas of FinFETs and graphene.
2016-05-02 When shipping electronics, ensure proper temperature control
While the principles of proper shipping are largely common sense for goods such as electronics, for example, temperature control is vital but something that may not be the main priority.
2005-01-03 When disaster strikes
To gear-heads like me the history of engineering is rich in stories and lore, of failings and successes, and of triumphs and defeats of individual engineers.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2015-05-29 What's the deal with the Avago-Broadcom M&A?
This merger begs a big question: Where will Broadcom integration vision turn? Will Broadcom's team be allowed to sustain its discipline in execution? Most important, will Henry Samueli stay?
2007-09-17 What's next in cellphone design?
Cellular telephony has beenand will continue to bea major contributor to the growth of Asian economies. This article discusses the future of cellphone design.
2009-01-08 What's next for video and imaging designers?
Here are 10 reasons design engineers involved with video and imaging can be hopeful looking to 2009 and beyond
2008-10-23 What's in store for next-gen STBs?
STBs should remain one of the most dynamic areas of the electronics industry for at least the next decade, and quite possibly beyond, according to iSuppli Corp.
2010-02-05 What's in EDA crystal ball?
EE Times presents a discussion with EDA pundits Walden Rhines, Gary Smith, and Joseph Borel on their estimates and predictions for this year's EDA market.
2006-07-17 What's in a name? Ask Acer's founder
Stan Shih recently spoke with EE Times' Mike Clendenin about Asia's next brands, China's role in the tech world and why invention isn't the only kind of innovation.
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