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2010-11-25 Superscalar CPU executes two threads at once
Broadcom announced the development of a new MIPS-compatible CPU for its broadband SoCs.
2007-03-28 Subsystem IP delivers complete USB solution
The first offering in Mentor Graphics' Subsystem IP line is a complete USB solution that bundles a digital controller, a PHY component and middleware.
2006-06-21 Study: Global Fiber-to-the-home use to surge
The total number of homes worldwide that will be reached by next-generation fiber-optic networks will soar from about 11 million this year to about 86 million in 2011.
2004-07-01 STMicro ADSL2+ chipset addresses new services
STMicro announced the availability of samples and reference boards for the ST20190 Utopia ADSL2+ product.
2008-02-29 Step-down regulators suit digital consumer apps
Semtech has introduced three step-down (buck) regulators, the SC4525A and SC4524A/B, with high-input voltage and programmable frequency needed for networking and digital consumer applications.
2001-06-16 Startup preps 5Gbps backplane transceiver
In a bid to build a better bit pipe on the backplane, Accelerant Networks is preparing to roll out a proprietary CMOS transceiver that harnesses multilevel signaling technology.
2007-04-02 Standards afoot to curb CE power usage
Some of the same engineers who helped create power consumption standards for PCs and printers are turning their attention to network gear and consumer electronics.
2011-05-03 Splitter module combines two CO into one platform
Pulse Electronics introduces the B8891DVNL, dual central office VDSL2 splitter module, which combines two central office (CO) splitter modules onto one platform.
2004-12-13 Spectrum Control unveils latest solutions for PCB EMI
Spectrum Control introduced its complete line of surface mount filter solutions for addressing EMI at the PCB level.
2015-05-12 Spectrum battle: LTE vs Wi-Fi
Cellular operators are proposing LTE-U/LAA so that they can use LTE in the unlicensed frequency bands. Their mission is to offload the exploding data traffic on cellular networks to Wi-Fi.
2005-11-23 Spansion introduces high-density 64Mb serial flash memory device
Spansion LLC, the flash memory venture of AMD and Fujitsu Ltd, expanded its line of serial flash memory products with samples of a 64Mb Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) device.
2005-12-01 Spansion 64Mb serial flash device delivers 50MHz read speed
Spansion LLC is sampling a 64Mb flash device that is based on the company's two-bit-per-cell MirrorBit technology, giving it a read speed of 50MHz for faster boot times on embedded products.
2003-01-16 SoCs no panacea for comms infrastructure
Unlike battery-powered handsets, the room-size cellular basestations and telecom switching stations that make up the real comms infrastructure have scant need for highly integrated, small-form-factor, low-power ICs.
2008-08-21 SoC solution trims GPON tech adoption costs
Freescale Semiconductor has developed a cost-effective, highly integrated solution designed to help lower costs for carriers and spur adoption of GPON equipment in markets worldwide.
2010-08-11 SoC brings down equipment cost, power consumption for VoIP
Mindspeed Technologies Inc., released their newest Comcerto family member, Comcerto 300xv, designed for low-density access and enterprise IP-PBX needs, while reducing fiber-access equipment costs and power consumption for VoIP service.
2002-10-14 Snubbed at home, chip startups pursue options in Asia
With start-up semiconductor companies being bypassed in the United States, they are training their eyes in Asia.
2011-01-21 SMT splitter module offers manufacturing benefits
Pulse Electronics Corp. introduces the "first" surface mount (SMT) central office (CO) splitter module.
2006-03-01 Smart radios stretch spectrum
The wireless industry has embraced the belief that cognitive is the next big thing after software-defined radio.
2015-01-06 Smart gadgets rule CES Unveiled
If some of the products demonstrated at the pandemonium of CES Unveiled are any indication, this is a generation of gadgets designed to compete on simplicity, ease of use, accuracy and security.
2005-10-17 SLICs boast pure CMOS
Silicon Laboratories unleashed what it claims is the industry's first fully-integrated, quad-channel subscriber line interface circuit plus codecimplemented in 100 percent CMOS technology.
2011-07-27 SLIC solution for VoIP gateway unveiled
Silicon Laboratories' Si3226x Dual ProSLIC family for VoIP gateways delivers small bill of materials and board area and low power consumption.
2003-09-10 Sitecom, TI collaborate on 802.11g solutions
Sitecom UK Ltd and Texas Instruments Inc. have teamed to deliver higher performing 802.11g solutions for a wide array of home and SOHO WLAN products.
2003-06-18 Silicon Storage MPF+ line features faster erase times
Silicon Storage Technology has introduced its Multi-Purpose Flash Plus product family that follows the Multi-Purpose Flash product family.
2012-04-10 Sensing problems at the network periphery
Find out how to ensure reliability of networks in increasingly harsh terrains.
2008-10-14 Semicast: Consumer electronics to achieve steady growth
The market for 32-/64bit MCUs, embedded microprocessors and general purpose DSPs will show steady and on-going growth despite the current economic uncertainties, particularly affecting confidence in the United States, Europe and Japan.
2004-10-18 Seeking security at the network edge
By moving the management of security services to the network edge, many technical and business challenges can be solved.
2009-10-14 Saudi Telecom grows broadband network
The upgrade includes the aggregation and transport features of Alcatel-Lucent's broadband access, IP, optical and services solutions.
2003-04-28 Samsung considers embedding FPGAs in ASICs
Samsung Electronics' semiconductor division said it may embed FPGA blocks in future ASICs as a way to reduce the time and cost of chip design, Samsung Semiconductor Inc. said.
2010-10-05 Rugged MOSFETs handle demands of VoIP equipment
Diodes Inc. has expanded its MOSFET product line with its introduction of 60V N-channel devices customized for VoIP communication equipment. Made to handle the high pulse current required to generate tip and ring line feeds and to sustain an avalanche of energy induced during switching, the DMN60xx series successfully fulfills the stringent requirements of the primary switch position in transformer based Subscriber Line Interface Circuits (SLIC) DC/DC converters.
2009-11-13 Royalty-free codecs enable low-cost HD VoIP
Broadcom is driving a cost effective transition to HD VoIP applications by making its codecs available for free.
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