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2006-04-06 EMC, Intel ink OEM agreement for SMBs
EMC and Intel announced a multi-year storage OEM and expanded technology agreement focused on the growing storage requirements of small- and medium-sized businesses.
2013-01-07 DragonFly NVDRIVE boasts high performance for server apps
Marvell's DragonFly NVDRIVE turnkey enterprise-class PCIe SDD caching solution comes with built-in SSD modules and is ready for large-scale internet and cloud computing datacenters.
2005-11-07 DongbuAnam, Synopsys develop 130-nm reference flow
Korean wafer foundry DongbuAnam Semiconductor Inc. and EDA giant Synopsys Inc. have jointly developed a reference flow for DongbuAnam's 130nm process, the companies said Friday (Nov. 4).
2013-01-16 Developing a liquid level control/delivery system
Here's a cost-effective, low-power, liquid-level control and delivery system based on data acquisition systems that use a compensated silicon pressure sensor and a high-precision delta-sigma ADC.
2007-10-10 Design talent drives India's electronics industry
India's electronics industry has grown rapidly, largely due to the country's engineering talent, according to Gregg Lowe, senior VP for analog at TI, who delivered the keynote address at ESC-India last week.
2010-04-21 Converged network fuses Ethernet, Infiniband
Taking a step forward in the race towards converged networks, a trade group announced a capability for layering Infiniband's low latency features on top of Ethernet.
2013-04-03 Carrier-grade small cells to top consumer femtocells by 2016
Based on weak shipment data in 2012, Mobile Experts predicted slow growth for residential femtocells at 12 per cent per year while five million metrocells are forecast to be shipped in 2017.
2014-03-06 Broadcom, Freescale make their SDN entrance
SDN interfaces developed using the OpenFlow standards have been rolled out at the Open Networking Summit.
2012-11-22 Broadcom to lead SDN interface venture
Broadcom is leading an alliance of communications OEMs and app developers that seeks to develop an API for software-defined networks.
2013-02-27 Broadcom debuts small cell SoC
Broadcom became the latest player competing for the emerging market of small cell base stations when it rolled out its first femtocell chip to integrate RF and baseband modem.
2013-03-28 Boost cloud network with intelligent hashing
Hashing improvements thwart network polarisation and increase visibility in cloud networks.
2005-01-06 BiTMICRO rolls out 80-pin version of E-Disk 3S320
BiTMICRO announced the delivery of an 80-pin version of its E-Disk 3S320, which the company claims as the world's first Ultra320 SCSI solid state flash disk drive.
2013-07-25 Benefits of colour regulation via feedback control
Know how to reduce the overall costs and future maintenance costs of a lighting system by using direct feedback solutions.
2014-07-18 ASOCS, Wind River target bulk deployment of virtual base stations
ASOCS's virtual base station, combined with Wind River Linux, a commercial-grade embedded Linux platform, present a breakthrough in data plane performance of the mobile base station.
2012-05-25 APU speeds up graphics-intensive apps
AMD’s embedded R-Series APU platform combines the Piledriver CPU architecture discrete-class, DirectX 11-capable AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series graphics in a heterogeneous multicore embedded processing platform.
2015-12-15 Anite gains access to Huawei's network OSS interfaces
Access to Huawei product interfaces guarantees that Anite's Nemo products can accurately integrate with operators' wireless network OSS infrastructure.
2003-09-15 Analog TV turn-off: Don't hold your breath
When it comes to the adoption of DTT, the European Union is no union, a fact reinforced in presentations at the International Broadcast Convention (IBC).
2004-03-05 AMCC to take hold of SATA provider
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AMCC) has signed a definitive agreement to acquire 3ware Inc., a provider of 3ware Serial ATA (SATA) storage solutions for applications such as disk-to-disk backup, near-line storage, network-attached storage (NAS), video, and high-performance computing.
2005-03-01 Altium makes new TASKING TriCore VX-toolset version available
Altium announced the release of version 2.2 of its TASKING TriCore VX-toolset.
2008-10-21 Affordable silicon ink speeds up RFID tagging
Printing thin-film circuits on flexible substrates may be available in the market with the release of what is believed as silicon ink's first commercial integration.
2013-07-08 Addressing memory scaling concerns
Here are some promising research and design directions to overcome challenges posed by memory scaling.
2004-08-10 Acard expands product offering
Acard Technology has released an IDE disk array controller IC that supports RAID 0/1/10 for SOHO NAS.
2008-06-02 AADL addresses system integration
With the increasing hardware diversity and complexity of embedded software systems, a model-driven development approach has become a viable method to address system-integration issues in the early stages of development. The architecture description language is suited for systems with challenging resource constraints and strict real-time requirements.
2008-12-30 A flexible future awaits displays
So what can you do with printed electronics? There are a bunch of applications waiting to be exploited, ranging from foldable, rollable, biodegradable and other types of everyday electronics wear to flexible electronic displays.
2006-08-16 6th ESC-Taiwan gathers world's leading embedded tool vendors
Design engineers in Taiwan will be treated to an array of leading-edge technologies as the world's major embedded tool suppliers gather to showcase their products at the 6th Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan.
2014-09-04 6GHz RF adapters resistant to dust, water
The IP67 RF adapters, aimed at cellular, aviation and military industries, feature advanced ingress protection to make them virtually impenetrable to contaminants such as dust, sand and water.
2010-05-18 4x node DDR3 SDRAM achieves superior die efficiency
Micron introduced a 2Gbit DDR3 SDRAM in 4x node, offering superior die efficiency, made possible by increasing die area, reducing cell size and increasing number of memory cells.
2001-08-16 GPRS networks pave way for 3G launch
The tussle between 2.5G and 3G is subject to sharp technology and marketplace contrasts. This paper evaluates critical issues in this space.
2003-11-17 10Gbps serial data over copper backplanes - a reality
The communications industry has all the building blocks to create a system that can deliver aggregate bandwidth of tens of terabit-per-second efficiently brought about by the availability of 10Gbps NRZ serial technology.
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