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2012-05-28 PCM progress report no. 7: A look at Samsung's 8-Gb array
Here's a discussion on the features of Samsung's 8-Gb array.
2012-03-15 PCM progress report no. 6: Recent advances in phase change memory (Part 2)
The second installment of this two-part series tackles other recent developments in PCM, including fabrication of a 1 Gb PCM array with a 4F2 cell size.
2013-08-22 Paving the way for ruggedised, standardised COMs
Here's an analysis of the VITA 59 Rugged System-On-Module Express standard.
2012-08-30 Overcoming challenges for SoC verification team
Know the unique problems that SoC verification engineers face and the approach that provides them a level of automation similar to that enjoyed by block-level verification teams.
2011-09-01 Overcome clock distribution issues in medical imaging
Learn about clock distribution systems on large scale imaging devices, and the challenges that come with these.
2009-09-24 Otellini: Intel to make more SoCs than PC CPUs
Chip giant Intel Corp. will someday ship more SoC devices than PC processors, according to CEO Paul Otellini's keynote at the Intel Developer Forum.
2015-02-02 Optimising BGA signal routing in PCB designs
BGA packaging technology for embedded designs is steadily advancing, but signal escape routing is difficult. Know the strategies to ensure that a product is correct in terms of form, fit and function.
2008-02-27 Opinion: The time for parallel computing is now
A veteran computer science professor asserts that the electronics industry is not investing enough time, energy and money to address what has become a pressing need for a genuine technology breakthrough in parallel programming.
2009-06-02 Opinion: 10 IC companies in danger
The list of semiconductor companies posting banner numbers these days is short and thin. Every firm is in trouble, to some degree.
2006-07-17 OLEDs see action in mobile future
The OLED market will reach $1.23 billion this year, said forecaster DisplaySearch, with the CAGR for OLEDs at 57.1 percentthe highest among all flat-panel displays.
2002-02-14 OLA speakers explain new library approach
Tracing the Open Library API initiative back to "a heritage at IBM in which it's unacceptable to fail," IBM Microelectronics vice president Bruce Beers opened the first OLA Conference with an explanation of OLA's roots and its aspirations.
2007-03-05 NXP touts 'smallest' ULPI Hi-Speed USB transceivers
With the smallest device in this family measuring 2.2-by-2.25-by-0.6mm, in a 0.4mm ball pitch, NXP's ULPI Hi-Speed USB transceivers are touted to be the smallest in the market.
2007-10-12 NXP solution powers first solar cellphone
China's Hi-Tech Wealth has selected NXP's Nexperia Cellular System Solution 5110 for its solar-powered mobile phone, claimed to be the first of its kind to be commercialized.
2009-10-14 NXP offloads CMOS IP to Virage Logic
The partnership involves a long-term licensing and IP development relationship between the two companies.
2010-09-21 NXP CTO reveals HPMS strategy
NXP Semiconductors CTO Ren Penning De Vries discusses how high performance mixed signal technology can shape the future.
2014-08-14 Nvidia's 64bit Denver: The second coming of Tegra K1
The custom ARM core upgrade to Tegra K1 delivers a performance that is nearly at par with Intel's Haswell processor and surpasses Apple's A7 series SoC by up to 25 per cent, according to Nvidia's benchmarks. It claims to sport PC-class performance in mobile systems.
2013-03-21 Nvidia takes on Intel, ventures into business apps
Nvidia unveiled a roadmap that will focus on merging graphics, ARM cores and memory using FinFETs and 3D ICs at it goes head to head with Intel and AMD.
2013-07-03 Nokia rakes in decent profit for $20-cell phone
The latest teardown from IHS showed that the Nokia 105 yields a margin of less than 30 per cent, strictly based on hardware and manufacturing costs and retail pricing.
2006-12-19 Nintendo Wii woos casual gamers
Nintendo has built the Wii to be a more intuitive videogame console designed to attract new and casual gamers.
2014-05-26 NFC, barometric sensors prevail in mobile devices
Teardown.com has taken the wraps off 87 units of mobile devices and discovered that 42 of them feature NFC hardware, whereas 13 carry barometric sensor, and only 2 incorporate humidity sensor.
2006-07-17 New tools, solutions at ESC, EDA&T-Taiwan
Cutting-edge technologies and solutions, including the latest embedded development and EDA tools, will take centerstage at the 6th Annual Embedded Systems Conference and the 14th Annual EDA & Test-Taiwan Conference and Exhibition to be held on August 17-18.
2006-03-01 New tech seminars, new chances
IIC-China and ESC-China technical seminars have attracted the eager participation of China's engineers. This year's seminars will be held in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Beijing in three formssummit, keynote address and vendor seminar.
2010-05-24 New Renesas chief shares renaissance roadmap
Yasushi Akao, president of Renesas Electronics said the company's priority is to make hard choices, lay out clear timelines and action plans and do all this in barely three months.
2011-04-25 New group eyes computer vision for mobile devices
Embedded Vision Alliance will push computer vision to be the killer app for future mobile devices, confident that user interfaces combining gesture, voice and face recognition will become pervasive.
2006-01-18 New CMOS camera module for low lighting conditions
TransChip's new fully programmable, CMOS camera module promises exceptional color sensitivity in low lighting conditions.
2002-09-18 Neutron beam reveals new spin on magnetism
A new type of magnetism that might have applications to quantum computing has been observed in an exotic zincochromite (ZnCrO4) crystal lattice.
2007-06-22 Negative charge offers optimized light management
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX8647, a negative charge pump that provides the industry's highest efficiency in powering LCD display backlights.
2005-12-23 National unveils two new amps
National Semiconductor introduced a Boomer mono Class D audio amplifier in one of the industry's smallest micro SMD package, as well as a high-power stereo Class D amplifier.
2005-01-11 National speaker drivers promote credit-card thin handset designs
National unveiled a new trio of Boomer audio amplifiers that it says will result in "credit-card-thin" handsets and reduced power consumption.
2004-08-20 National LDD a perfect fit for OPUs
National Semiconductor launched its newest laser diode driver for use in optical pickup units.
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