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2008-04-16 PCIe to Firewire controller claims 87MBps throughput
TI has expanded its 1394 (Firewire) portfolio with a flexible PCIe to 1394b open host controller.
2006-05-17 PCI waveform digitizers offer dual-port memory
AlazarTech's new digitizer offers OEMs the option of dual-port memory for applications in which acquisition cannot be stopped during data transfer to PC memory.
2001-06-16 Packetized voice yields new business services
New technologies enable the shift to a revenue-driven business model, and for service providers facing extinct user margins, becoming a multiservice carrier is the only way to stay competitive.
2005-08-08 Packages pave low-cost way to customize Linux
With a price tag of $499, the Built-to-Spec Custom Linux Distributions from TimeSys are designed to give developers a low-cost way to customize Linux to meet their design's unique feature, footprint and processor requirements.
2006-05-16 Oscillator aims MEMS at the mainstream
SiTime Corp. attempts to revolutionize the quartz-crystal industry with a silicon MEMS alternative that's completely compatible with standard CMOS processing.
2007-05-16 Opening doors to low-cost home security
Security-conscious homeowners have long been waiting for affordable next-gen networked residential security and monitoring systems.
2002-12-02 Open source hardware
This technical article discusses how open-source techniques in hardware design are still impossible to achieve with the current technology available to engineers.
2004-11-30 Nomadic tester makes short work of statistical analysis on Ethernet networks
Agilent's new nomadic performance analyzer lets users readily run pre-defined performance test suites.
2008-03-20 Nokia tops ABI smart phone vendor matrix
An smart phone vendor matrix released by ABI Research has placed Nokia at the top spot, followed by Research in Motion and Samsung.
2012-02-09 Nokia to lay off 4,000, moves assembly to Asia
The transition would allow Nokia to work more closely with suppliers and enable it to introduce innovations into the market more quickly and ultimately be more competitive.
2007-04-12 Niche markets put Tower back in business
Tower Semiconductor's turnaround story stands out because it is a testament to keen operational strategy and marketing.
2007-04-10 NI, Freescale, Wind River collaborate on industrial control platform
National Instruments, Freescale Semiconductor and Wind River have collaborated on the latest real-time controller for the NI CompactRIO platform.
2006-05-04 NI upgrades Measurement Studio suite
National Instruments announced the release of Measurement Studio 8, a comprehensive suite of class libraries and controls for acquiring, analyzing and presenting data in apps built using Microsoft Visual Studio.
2005-08-17 NI toolkit eases ECU design
NI released the ECU Measurement and Calibration Toolkit that extends the company's LabVIEW, NI LabWindows/CVI and Microsoft C/C++ development environments to support measurement and calibration apps for ECU design and validation.
2002-08-23 NI signal analyzer accelerates wireless testing
A signal analyzer from National Instruments promises to speed up production test and design verification of wireless systems by 200 percent over similar technologies.
2008-05-05 NI adds Virtex-5 FPGA to PXI I/O devices
NI has released four R Series I/O modules for the PXI platform that are equipped with Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs: the NI PXI-7841R, PXI-7842R, PXI-7851R and PXI-7852R modules.
2007-09-24 Nexperia solutions simplify Edge handset dev't
NXP Semiconductors has developed a new family of multimedia-enhanced cellular system platforms that significantly accelerate the pace of Edge-based handset design.
2006-07-31 New NI toolkit targets next-gen automotive ECUs
NI has released the ECU Measurement and Calibration Toolkit 2.0 that supports measurement and calibration applications for designing and validating automotive electronic control units (ECUs).
2004-11-19 New IP core simplifies overall system design
Actel announced a new IP core optimized for its FPGAs that provides a high-performance, synchronous interface to double data rate SDRAM memories.
2002-03-13 New Focus rolls out 12.5Gbps data drivers
The company has rolled out its family of 12.5Gbps low power (LP) data drivers to address the needs of advanced optical network systems requiring optoelectronic components that work at higher bit rates, consume less power, and provide improved electrical performance.
2006-08-07 New digitizer PCI cards stream data to PC at 200MSps
Strategic Test's new UF2 digitizer cards use a PCI-X bus that can continuously transfer data to the host PC at up to 225MSps.
2010-07-06 Network processor handles 100Gbit/s Ethernet traffic
Xelerated has begun sampling the HX family of network processor units (NPUs) that can process up to 100Gbit/s of Ethernet traffic at wirespeed for any packet size.
2006-10-26 Need for next-gen EDA tools grows, says report
The entire electronics industry depends on efficiency and innovation of EDA tools, which is becoming even more important with the continuing rise in reduction in ICs from micro-to nanoscale dimensions.
2004-05-25 NEC, Espial deliver apps for digital TV designs
NEC Electronics (Europe) GmbH will offer Espial Evo from Espial Group as an application suite for digital TV designs based on the EMMArchitecture2 processor.
2002-04-22 NEC to transfer TFT-LCD production to China JV
NEC Corp. will transfer its production of amorphous TFT-LCDs to a joint venture in mainland China, having signed a letter of intent with Shanghai General Electronics (Group) Co. Ltd to establish a production venture in Shanghai by the end of this year.
2003-02-04 NEC to establish new LCD company
NEC Corp. will establish a new LCD company called NEC LCD Technologies Ltd, as part of its business reorganization plan announced early last year which centered on separating each of the businesses of NEC Electron Devices.
2008-07-09 NEC buys Hungarian wireless firm
NEC Europe has announced the acquisition of Linecom Kft, a Hungarian engineering company that has assisted NEC for more than 15 years as part of reinforcing PASOLINK services and wireless business in Eastern Europe.
2004-05-17 Near-field magnetic comms emerges
What makes NFMC a compelling alternative to RF is the unique attenuation property of the magnetic field.
2007-01-01 Multimedia ICs target China's PMP market
In a bid to woo PMP manufacturers in China, Vimicro Corp. has launched a line of multimedia chips complete with reference designs and software.
2007-01-10 Multicore DSPs support HD audio standards
Freescale has unveiled two dual-core DSP chips designed to support multiple high-definition audio standards.
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