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2004-12-15 IDT unveils three more SPI devices
IDT is expanding its portfolio of packet-exchange FCM products to include a new multi-function suite of system packet interface devices.
2004-08-03 IDT rolls out Linux 2.6 offering
IDT introduced a Linux 2.6 offering that enables optimized performance and includes various features.
2002-07-24 IDT IP co-processor performs 100MSPS
Integrated Devices Technology has unveiled a 128kx78 full-ternary IP coprocessor that is capable of performing up to 100 million searches per second.
2014-11-27 How to achieve 200-400GE network buffer speeds
Know how a serial chip-to-chip protocol, with 200-400 GE data rates and 4.5 B read/write transactions, can be used to eliminate throughput bottlenecks at the processor/external DDR memory interface.
2011-05-03 High-performance computing melds with cluster computers
The supercomputer market, also known as high-performance computing, is spilling over into the high-performance server market.
2004-06-16 Hardware holds value for classifying packets
Explore the growing value of hardware, including programmable state machines and discrete coprocessors, in developing secure applications.
2014-05-02 Google exploits Apple's technology for its Project Tango
An iFixit teardown revealed that the Tango platform equips a 3D imaging chip from Apple-acquired PrimeSense to help execute the 3D motion tracking of Android-based mobile device, bringing to the fore the issue whether Google "beat Apple to the punch with their own technology."
2003-08-01 Getting max packet processing throughput per app flow
Next-generation IP service edge switch uses high-speed ASICs in combination with programmable network processors to yield maximum packet processing performance and flexibility.
2005-05-24 Freescale offers MPU replacement
Freescale's new 90nm MSC8122 and MSC8126 DSPs integrate four StarCore DSP cores onto a single die, and are designed to deliver a high-performance, cost-effective solution that quadruples performance over single-core DSP offerings.
2006-05-01 FPGA solution targets image-processing apps
Altera announced an FPGA solution for designers of video and image processing applications.
2008-12-04 Femtocell DSP preps for base station tasks
Texas Instruments Inc. has unveiled the TCI6484, its first DSP designed specifically for femtocell base stations.
2008-07-02 Enable DSP co-processing in FPGAs
Today's ever increasing demand for high-speed communication and superfast computing in support of triple-play apps is creating new challenges for those who need to draw together a multitude of standards, components and networking equipment.
2004-01-01 Embedded Linux heading toward mainstream
The last few months have seen embedded Linux transition from early-adoption status across Asian marketplaces to mainstream standing.
2005-05-04 Dynamically reconfigurable SoC supports 'silicon-sharing'
Atmel launched what it calls the industry's first family of dynamically reconfigurable SoCs that allows multiple interfaces, peripherals and/or operators to share the same silicon at different times.
2008-03-10 DSPs vs. FPGAs for multiprocessing
This article will look at what's available for multiprocessor systems (which inevitably tends to mean the high-performance end of the market), and how you can make the best choice between DSP, FPGA or a hybrid mixture of the two.
2004-08-18 DSP-IP gets a keener look from Asia
Was it Newton who said that "for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction"?
2005-04-18 Designing an optimal wireless SoC
The ultimate challenge in designing high-speed chips in wireless devices lies in the integration of the RF transceiver into an SoC.
2007-01-19 DaVinci-based SoC offers power-saving modes
By releasing an SoC with specific power management capabilities to the broad market, TI said it is further driving the adoption of digital video technology into an increasingly wide array of consumer portable audio and video applications.
2013-10-09 Cybersecurity MCU shipments to grow twofold by 2017
Worldwide shipments of cybersecurity MCUs, also known as embedded secure MCUs, will rise to 529 million units in 2017, according to IHS.
2014-10-09 Cortus wrestles ARM in deeply embedded arena
Cortus developed a family of products based on its v2 instruction set offering increased code density that will meet the power and size requirements of new connected devices.
2005-02-17 Conexant VoIP powers Pirelli broadband solutions
Conexant Systems Inc.'s voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) chip technology has been selected by Pirelli & C. SpA for a customized access gateway.
2002-10-07 Comsys aims licensable core at 3G voice services
Comsys Communications' licensable IP core is targeting lower cost, lower power W-CDMA "chip-rate" baseband apps.
2007-11-29 Commentary: Revisiting heterogeneous vs. homogeneous
The question of whether to use homogeneous or heterogeneous processing elements is still a key design decision, though, in this case, it takes place at the chip level rather than at the system level.
2005-08-26 Cavium MPU integrates up to sixteen MIPS64-based cores
Cavium Networks' new Octeon EXP microprocessor embeds up to 16 MIPS64-based cores in a single chip to reduce cost and increase performance and functionality for converged control and data-plane apps.
2006-01-06 Cambridge Consultants, picoChip partner in WiMAX design
Cambridge Consultants is supporting picoChip in developing software-defined radio reference designs for the mobile WiMAX market using the picoArray DSP device.
2003-06-23 Broadcom takes Edge to 200Kbps
Broadcom Corp. has begun sampling a complete cellular handset platform based on the Edge standard.
2006-05-04 ATI acquires mobile graphics company
ATI Technologies has acquired Bitboys Oy, a privately held Finland-based graphics company, for $44 million.
2004-01-01 Asia's broadband business booms
The broadband net segment is not just for China alone to conquer. A fair share of the market can also be equally attributed to Taiwan and Korea.
2014-07-31 ARM-based developer kit takes on large-scale data centres
The AMD Opteron A1100 Series processor supports four and eight ARM Cortex-A57 cores; up to 4MB of shared L2 and 8MB of shared L3 cache; and up to four SODIMM, UDIMM, or RDIMMs.
2002-05-01 ARM cranks up the clock of next-generation processor core
ARM Holding Ltd. will make a big performance push with its next-generation ARM11 microarchitecture, which will reach speeds of 750MHz based on 0.13? design rules, according to a presentation posted on the company's Web site.
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