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2010-11-23 Platform touts near-instant Linux boot
A newly developed demonstration platform shows a Renesas Electronics MS7724 platform booting a Linux kernel and graphical QT application in less than one second.
2008-08-07 PISMO Advisory Council welcomes new members
Agilent Technologies, Samtec and Mentor Graphics have joined the PISMO Advisory Council, which is the industry's first organization focused on streamlining system-level flash memory validation and test.
2009-06-19 Opinion: Welcome back design innovation
Altium's Irwin: Tooling up is no longer an issue, design options expand, and the potential to explore new technology is now wide open.
2008-12-25 Opinion: Are FPGAs running low on EDA tools?
EDA tools for FPGA are not running out of steam, but could certainly benefit from additional energy in under-served areas, and, as with the rest of the EDA industry, will always benefit from incremental improvements to existing tools.
2014-01-22 NXP releases LPC11U6x USB microcontrollers
The LPC11U6x USB microcontrollers from NXP Semiconductors builds on the company's LPC11Uxx portfolio with a range of enhanced features, including a more energy-efficient ARM Cortex-M0+ processor, more flash and SRAM, more serial communications, a new 2-Msps ADC, and more versatile timers.
2006-03-09 NEC, Samsung join PISMO Advisory Council
NEC Electronics and Samsung Electronics have joined the PISMO Advisory Council, an industry group focused on streamlining system-level memory validation and test.
2010-08-09 Multicore software analysis tool supports OCTEON / OCTEON II
CriticalBlue's Prism software enables Software Developers to immediately analyze the benefits of migrating their software to Cavium's Multicore (OCTEON and OCTEON II) Processors.
2010-04-30 Multicore DSPs enable code, tool reuse
Freescale has released a family of programmable DSPs that delivers the optimal blend of low cost and high performance for medical, aerospace/defense and test/measurement markets.
2006-02-27 MIPS appoints Sinosys as training center in China
MIPS Technologies announced the appointment of Shanghai-based SinoSys Technologies as the first MIPS authorized training center in China.
2009-08-27 Mid-range FPGA packs higher DSP capacity
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. has begun sampling of LatticeECP3(TM)-150 FPGA, the highest-density device in its high-value, low-power ECP3 mid-range FPGA family.
2008-07-01 Microcontrollers embrace USBs
Living up to its name, the USB is supplanting the RS-232 bus as the standard serial interface in general-purpose MCUs. The capability of integrated USB is also increasing as more devices incorporate both host and On-the-Go (OTG) capability to augment the endpoint-device interfaces of earlier MCUs. Recent product introductions show that the USB is making inroads into more specialized devices as well, targeting applications such as automotive, industrial and ultralow-power consumer products.
2010-06-16 Microchip rolls embedded Wi-Fi, sub-GHz transceivers
Microchip has launched an embedded Wi-Fi transceiver module and an ultralow-power transceiver module for 868-, 915- and 950MHz networks.
2009-08-14 MCUs tout best HID multimedia features
Cypress grows its line of USB and MCUs with full-speed USB and low-voltage wireless controllers.
2014-02-26 MCU-class processors showcase hardware virtualisation
The integration of hardware virtualisation aims to provide security and reliability to entry-level smart embedded applications.
2005-09-28 MCU operates at 70MHz (63MIPs)
Royal Philips Electronics announced three new additions to its LPC2000 MCU family: the LPC2101, the LPC2102 and the LPC2103.
2009-12-02 MCU line enables flexible, low-cost healthcare apps
The device is well-suited for applications such as glucose meters and pulse oximeters because of its standby power consumption.
2006-03-21 MCU integrates USB 2.0, Ethernet MAC
Cyan Technology's new microcontroller features on-chip flash, USB 2.0 OTG and a 10/100Mbps Ethernet media access controller.
2006-08-22 Marvell unveils 'first' WLAN plus Bluetooth solution
Marvell has announced the 88W8688, said to be world's first 90nm CMOS, WLAN plus Bluetooth single-chip solution.
2008-06-27 Lattice IP cores aim at wireless base stations
The folks at Lattice Semiconductor have announced the availability of three new intellectual property core and reference design products targeting the wireless communications market.
2008-06-18 ISM band transceiver meets FCC standard
Microchip has launched the MRF24J40MA FCC-certified RF transceiver module, which is expected to save time and money by eliminating the need to receive FCC certification for wireless products.
2013-10-08 Intel teams with Arduino to prep for the next big thing
Intel's announcement of a microcontroller-class x86 called Quark and its collaboration with the DIY Arduino crowd mark efforts to make sure Intel doesn't repeat its smart phone miss.
2014-12-11 Half-bridge transistor touts 87 per cent system efficiency
The EPC2101 offers improved switching speed and thermal performance, as well as increased power density. It also aims to save space and lower system costs.
2012-10-04 French company plans 1024 high-end DSP cores on single die
Kalray has recently sampled a Purpose Processor Array MPPA-256 processor integrates 256 processors onto a single silicon chip and is planning a 1024 processor version.
2008-10-17 Freescale, Nivis develop wireless platform for industrial apps
Freescale Semiconductor and Nivis LLC plans to combine their respective technologies to provide a total wired-to-wireless platform for commercial and industrial sensor mesh networks.
2007-11-13 Freescale, China rail transport firm set up microelectronics lab
Freescale Semiconductor and China rail transportation company Zhuzhou CSR Times Electric have established a joint laboratory for microelectronics applications.
2015-04-21 Freescale delivers transceiver for dual 2.4GHz IoT networks
Unlike many wireless offerings coming out for the Internet of Things (IoT), Freescale's MCR20AVHM does not integrate a microcontroller; it is strictly a radio transceiver.
2009-10-27 FPGAs with 11.3Gbit/s transceivers suit OTN apps
The chips meet the bandwidth needs for framer, MAC, bridging and switching apps for 100GbE and 100-Gigabit OTN.
2013-11-26 Focus on no wires, no batteries at Embedded Technology 2013
Japanese chip suppliers are now squarely focused on pushing ready-to-use modulescomplete with software, sensors, and connectivity chips.
2014-07-25 Exar delivers programmable power design tool
PowerArchitect can be used to set or modify a host of parameters when using any of Exar's growing range of Universal PMIC advanced programmable power management chips and modules.
2015-09-22 Examining the most underrated FPGA design tool ever
There is a design tool that is being quietly adopted by FPGA engineers because, in many cases, it produces results that are better than hand-coded counterparts.
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