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2011-05-12 MPUs offer high bandwidth, throughput
Tilera Corp. introduces the TILE-Gx 8000 series of microprocessors available in four configurations with 16, 36, 64 or 100 cores and includes a rich set of I/O ports, packet processing and network features.
2011-05-16 MPA: High cost for Asia's pay-TV growth
Pay-TV has a bright future in Asia Pacific for companies who are willing to invest, but this will affect other industries at a high cost.
2005-05-31 Module speeds Bluetooth development
National Semi announced the newest member of its Simply Blue wireless family, a Bluetooth module that simplifies RF board design.
2007-10-29 Module adds Zigbee sans additional programming
Cirronet's ZMN2405HP OEM modules feature the company's proprietary CSM profile that virtually eliminates additional programming when adding Zigbee wireless connectivity to products.
2007-11-07 Mobile PC environment complements Windows
Phoenix Technologies Ltd is working with notebook makers to roll out HyperSpace, a basic application environment for mobile systems intended to be a kind of complement to Windows.
2007-04-11 Mixed-signal scopes offer 3-in-1 capability
Tektronix's new mixed-oscilloscopes combine three capabilitiesan advanced real-time oscilloscope, a logic analyzer and the Wave Inspector waveform search enginein one small and lightweight portable device for embedded design and debug.
2013-07-12 MIT researchers find new way to trap light
The system sets up two waves that have the same wavelength, but exactly opposite phaseswhere one wave has a peak, the other has a troughso that the waves cancel each other out.
2006-03-02 Microsoft confirms new handheld device concept
Microsoft recently confirmed that it is working with manufacturers on the concept for a new personalized handheld device under the name Origami Project.
2015-10-09 Micromirror tech expands to industrial use cases
The DLP9000X chipset from TI offers developers more than five times the streaming speed of previous chipsets, with four million micromirrors supporting print resolution less than 1?m.
2003-10-27 Microfluidic battery runs on water
Converting hydrostatic pressure directly into electrical current - without "moving parts" like a fuel cell - has enabled the demonstration of a new kind of battery.
2005-10-17 Microelectronics cascades into microfluidics
Cascade Microtech vows to put microfluidic-chip testing on a par with the testing of microelectronics.
2008-10-01 Memristors transit to reality
Hewlett-Packard Labs is attempting to catapult the memristor, the fourth passive circuit element after resistors, capacitors and inductors, into the electronics mainstream.
2006-06-30 Membership in NFC group increases
The NFC Forum announced that 14 new organizations have joined the group as members since February this year.
2013-01-31 MediaTek points out key DTV trends of 2013
MediaTek identified DIAL, 4K x 2K, HTML5, NFC and others are part of the eight hot features altering the DTV designs this year.
2015-03-03 MediaTek outs royalty-free cross-device sharing tech
The license-free cross-device sharing technology claims to ease sharing of multimedia content among multiple devices, which MediaTek announced alongside its latest strategic investment arm for startups.
2005-09-30 Maxim IEEE802.3af-compliant PSE controller suits PoE apps
Maxim Integrated Products unveiled a quad IEEE802.3af-compliant power-sourcing-equipment (PSE) controller for Power-over-Ethernet.
2013-11-04 MathWorks outs support packages for ARM processor sol'ns
The company announced Simulink, DSP System Tool-box and Embedded Coder support packages to generate code optimised for ARM Cortex-M series processors.
2010-11-10 Marvell unveils cloud computing platform at ARM conference
Marvell preparing to unveil new ARMADA XP SoC with four ARM cores and host of I/O peripherals
2003-09-18 Marvell system controllers to power IBM processor
Marvell Semiconductor Inc. and IBM have partnered to accelerate the adoption of IBM PowerPC 970 processors in next-generation networking, storage, and server systems.
2009-03-19 Mapping tool handles multicore comms topology
PolyCore Software Inc. has developed the Poly-Mapper multicore communications topology mapping tool.
2005-05-23 Make the right choices when building ZigBee applications
While ZigBee is an open standard, it also grants OEMs great latitude in how much of their product should be open to third-party vendors.
2005-09-16 Make right choices when building Zigbee apps
Increase your Zigbee's performance without encountering drawbacks in your design platforms.
2002-02-28 Magnetized polymer eyed as storage medium
The world's first photo-induced magnetism in a polymer was demonstrated by researchers here at Ohio State University and at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City.
2009-08-05 Magnetic superatoms could make faster PCs
Virginia Commonwealth University scientists have uncovered a magnetic superatom that one day may be used to create molecular electronic devices for the next generation of faster computers with larger memory storage.
2011-10-31 Magnetic control for thermoelectric voltage
Thermoelectric voltage effect in magnetic tunnel structures can be used in nano-electronic junctions.
2003-01-28 Macnica to distribute UniPress FootPrints product line in Japan
UniPress Software Inc. has entered an exclusive distribution agreement with Japan-based IT distributor Macnica Networks Co.
2008-03-07 LSI ships samples of 6Gbit/s SAS expanders to OEMs
LSI has announced it is shipping samples of 6Gbit/s SAS expander ICs to major OEM customers.
2008-01-10 Low-pin count interface facilitates mobile device-HDTV hook-up
Silicon Image Inc. has revealed at this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) its Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) technology, which enables mobile phones, digital cameras, media players and other mobile devices to link directly to HDTVs.
2014-08-04 Light pulses key to graphene's electrical conductivity
By modulating graphene's electron concentration, the researchers found that they could effectively alter graphene's photoconductive properties from semiconductor-like to metal-like.
2013-05-27 LED mystery answered by nanoscale experiment
The investigation conducted by MIT researchers and the U.S. Department of Energy may have discovered the key in utilising the full potential of LEDs and other solid-state technologies.
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