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2008-09-16 TI honors Jack Kilby with IC research center
Texas Instruments is to establish Kilby Labs, a center for advanced semiconductor research. The announcement comes on the 50th anniversary of Jack Kilby's invention of the integrated circuit
2009-06-04 Team touts advance in flexible OLED displays
Researchers at the Arizona State University claim to have taken a step toward a commercial fexible displays, manufacturing a 4.1-inch monochrome QVGA OLED directly on DuPont Teijin's polyethylene naphthalate substrate.
2004-01-27 SIA's road map affirms 3-year cycles for chips
The 2003 International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, formally announced by the Semiconductor Industry Association, reaffirms the three-year technology cycles first outlined in the 2001 edition of the road map
2012-07-25 Ramtron and Rohm enter Fram manufacturing agreement
Ramtron hopes to strengthen its competitive position with its agreement with Rohm to manufacture and license Fram lines.
2002-10-14 Magma establishes sales office in Korea
Magma Design Automation Inc., has established sales and support offices in Seoul, South Korea.
2002-08-26 Foundry deal crumbling between Dongbu, Anam
After several weeks of negotiations, a deal for control of Korean foundry Anam Semiconductor Inc. is just about dead
2007-06-05 Fluctuating forecasts muddle chipmakers' plans
Skepticism is growing about the outlook for 2007 and beyond with the mounting disconnect between consistently strong electronic end-equipment market demand and dwindling sales at semiconductor component suppliers
2005-08-04 Executive panel yields divergent predictions about next killer app
Predictions about what will be the next major driver for the semiconductor industry diverged widely at an executive panel at the RBC Capital Markets' North American Technology Conference here
2006-09-28 Cypress to hold free seminars on PSoC Express software
Cypress will present seminars for designers interested to learn its PSoC Express code-free, visual development software. The seminars will be held in China, Japan, India, Taiwan and South Korea.
2015-12-21 Chip industry feels impact from federal rate hike
The influence of the crash of the stock market of this world economy were felt across the global economy, and in particular, the semiconductor did not go unscathed
2014-02-20 CeRAM gains ARM's attention
A new approach aims to be a contender for next-generation memory. This article tackles how it works.
2011-04-06 Analysis: TI-National deal a smart use of cash
The TI-National Semi deal will tip the overall competitive market heavily on TI's side.
2010-03-19 Analog vendors struggle with crisis, miscalculations
The analog semiconductor market is in a state of uneasy balance between slightly lopsided and complete disarray, due to weak economy and miscalculations
2004-03-19 Alliance defines new MAC for UWB networks
An industry alliance has forged a new MAC for UWB networks that proponents said will meet the myriad needs of the PC, consumer electronics, and mobile markets.
2004-06-21 Redundancy protection for T3/E3/STS-1 networks
This app note will examine some different types of redundancy protection schemes for a T3/E3/STS-1 network interface, while paying particular attention to how this scheme can be implemented with a Dallas Semiconductor/Maxim T3/E3/STS-1 LIU, or specifically for the DS315x family of parts.
2007-05-11 Real-time clocks feature nonvolatile FRAM
Dallas Semiconductor adds nonvolatile FRAM to its real-time clock product line with the DS32B35 and DS32C35, said to be the industry's most accurate RTCs.
2007-05-08 Memory chip integrates mixed-signal, non-volatile functions
Dallas Semiconductor has developed a memory device that integrates mixed-signal and non-volatile memory functions.
2002-12-11 Interfacing a DS1868 3-Wire Device to a SPI Bus
This application note describes how to interface a Dallas Semiconductor 3-Wire device to a microcontroller with a SPI interface.
2004-11-24 Increasing system security by using the DS5250 as a secure coprocessor
This app note describes how to use the Dallas Semiconductor DS5250 high-speed secure microprocessor as a secure coprocessor to protect passwords, PINs, encryption keys and other critical data.
2003-05-27 Handset-based fuel gauging
This application note offers tips on how an accurate fuel gauge can be maintained in mobile phones by storing data essential to operation in Dallas Semiconductor's DS2720 nonvolatile memory located inside the battery pack of the handset.
2007-04-19 Battery back-up controller protects sensitive data
Dallas Semiconductor has introduced the DS3641 secure battery-backup controller, which offers comprehensive features for data protection in POS terminals and other applications containing sensitive data.
2007-07-25 16-port T1/E1/J1 transceiver debuts
At 16 ports, the DS26519 single-chip transceiver from Dallas Semiconductor is said to offer the highest integration and lowest cost per port in the industry.
2009-01-07 Netbook bandwagon welcomes new processors, chips
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. is trying to drive netbooks to lower price points with a new ARM-based processor while Nvidia wants to ratchet up their performance with a more muscular graphics chip
2003-01-17 Motorola pare plants, seeks 300mm partner
In 2000, Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector had 27 front-end and back-end manufacturing sites. By the middle of this year, the company will have reduced that number to 10
2005-06-23 Jack Kilby, co-inventor of the IC, dies at 81
Jack St. Clair Kilby, retired TI engineer and acknowledged as the first inventor of the integrated circuit, passed away in Dallas Monday (June 20) after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81
2007-03-16 IDM firms go for 'fab lite'
The unraveling of the Crolles2 Alliance, coupled with Texas Instruments' decision to use foundry partners for its future process technology, had observers wondering whether the entire semiconductor industry was about to go fabless
2008-05-15 eTool files patent suit against National Semi
eTool Development and eTool Patent Holdings have filed a patent infringement suit against National Semiconductor in relation to the latter's WEBENCH online design tools
2005-03-09 Cradle, Freescale, TI to debut DSP products at ESC
Cradle Technologies Inc., Freescale Semiconductor Inc. and Texas Instruments Inc. have separately taken this week's Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Francisco to debut chips based on digital signal processor (DSP) technologies
2002-05-20 Analog processes to support TI's broadband thrust
Texas Instruments Inc. announced four new fabrication processes for analog and mixed-signal devices at its annual financial analysts meeting in Dallas
2007-04-23 Using the DS4303 to bias LDMOS RF power amps
One key element to providing high performance with LDMOS amplifiers is compensating the gate bias voltage to maintain a constant quiescent current over temperature.
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