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2013-07-12 MEMS sensors sensitivity amplified by graphene
Graphene can increase the sensitivity of MEMS sensors by up to 100 times, according to researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
2014-07-07 MEMS mic gives 64.3dB SNR within 235?A
The device from Knowles uses three times less power than other digital MEMS microphones. It measures 20 per cent smaller, 3.5mm by 2.65mm by 0.98mm, and has the highest SNR of any low-power mic
2010-07-30 Memory supply issues blamed on ASML, vendors
Analysts at the Memcon conference in the US said that the boom cycle in memories will end one day and that supply constraints, extended lead times and firm product prices are to be blamed on memory makers and ASML
2011-09-01 Meggitt rolls piezoresistive shock accelerometer
The Endevco model 72-60K offers 60,000g measurement range, light gas damping and four times over-range shock survivability
2004-02-04 Matsushita unveils next-gen dry cell battery
Matsushita has developed a new dry cell battery with 1.5 to 2 times better performance than alkaline dry cell batteries
2013-11-21 Malaysia foundry ready to take X-Fab to 180nm, 130nm
X-Fab Silicon's Rudi De Winter talks to EE Times Europe about his company's acquisition of 1st Silicon in Malaysia and its transition to 200mm wafer manufacturing.
2009-03-31 Magma CEO optimistic on analog push
Despite challenging times for his company and the industry as a whole, Magma Design Automation Inc. chairman and CEO Rajeev Madhavan remained upbeat about new products and the company's inroads in analog EDA
2007-07-04 Macronix survives PowerChip's takeover bid
Powerchip Semiconductor has failed in its bid to gain control of another Taiwan memory supplier, Macronix International, according to reports from the Taipei Times
2007-12-17 Life is still beautiful for EEs
Life is relatively good for engineersat least according to their responses to the EE Times Annual Salary and Opinion Survey.
2014-09-15 Li-ion batteries tout 20,000 charging cycles
Researchers at Siemens have showed a demonstrator of a lithium-ion battery that extended the number of charging cycles four times, from 5,000 to 20,000
2010-10-22 LG, Samsung undergo shakeups
South Korea's two major CE giants, LG Electronics and Samsung, are undergoing times of change in management as they develop new cell phones, LCD TVs and semiconductors
2007-11-20 Leadis exec discusses class G technology
Leadis Technology's Jim Hauer, senior director for new business development, recently spoke with Vivek Nanda, EE Times-India editor, about the company's new class-G amplifier technology and product road map.
2008-05-06 Leading IMI to a billion by 2011
Arthur Tan, president and CEO of IMI, talks to EE Times-Asia about the company's vertical integration and other strategies to reach its goal of becoming a $1-billion company by 2011.
2013-10-08 Kozio unveils versatile hardware verification solution
Kozio has developed a special verification and test OS called VTOS that has a small memory footprint and boasts fast load times
2005-06-09 Korean researchers claim memory litho breakthrough, says report
A team of scientists claims to have developed a method for making next-generation memory chips at dimensions below 50-nanometers, according to a Korea Times report
2007-11-15 Interview: Japan woos offshore capital
JETRO President Tadashi Izawa discussed the Japan market with Richard Wallace, EE Times VP and editorial director.
2001-04-01 Internet redraws the recruiting equation
The Internet has become a potent tool in the rush to help employers find engineers who might want to switch jobs. But who is most fit to select the likeliest candidate? Corporate HR teams or the breed of outside recruiters commonly known as headhunters? Adam Marcus of EE Times shares his insights regarding this matter.
2007-05-11 Intel's Santa Rosa chip drives mobile connectivity
Intel claimed its Centrino Pro processor, codenamed Santa Rosa, is "up to five times faster and up to twice the range of the previous-generation wireless technology
2005-06-10 Intel tips high-speed 3D imaging for SEMs
Intel Corp. is developing a scanning electron microscope (SEM) technology that claims to be 100,000 times faster than current systems in the marketplace
2005-09-23 Intel reportedly fires 250 employees over expenses
Intel Corp. has fired 250 employees in India for dishonestly claiming expenses, according to a report at The Times of India Web site
2015-06-04 Intel processors promise high-speed graphics capability
The latest 14nm pro-Xeon and consumer-Core processors tout high-speed graphics processors that double the graphics performance of previous models albeit at up to three-times the power consumption
2015-01-30 Intel processor touts 60GHz wireless docking technology
Fifth generation vPro processors are cutting the last cords to the computers using them. Plus the computers using them will boost performance by 2-1/2 times and have three times battery life
2005-03-07 Intel preps HyperTransport competitor for Xeon, Itanium CPUs
Intel Corp. plans to embedded a memory controller and to use a common high-speed serial interconnect as the processor bus for its Itanium and Xeon server processors starting in 2007, EE Times has learned.
2013-02-27 Intel brandishes upgraded 32nm SoCs at MWC
Intel's Clover Trail+ sports three times the graphics of Intel's current Atom-based Medfield smartphone platform thanks to use of the SGX 544MP2 dual-core graphics of Imagination Technologies
2005-09-02 Inovys debuts analysis tool for ATE
Inovys, a supplier of automatic test equipment (ATE), has rolled out a software analysis tool said to boost chip yields and cycle times
2006-06-07 Infineon spin-off reveals memory roadmap
Qimonda told EE Times the details of its memory technology plans, which focuses on memory products, offering computer DRAMs, graphics DRAMs, consumer DRAMs, mobile DRAMs, cellular RAMs and flash products.
2007-09-03 Infineon keeps faith in tech development
Infineon board member Hermann Eul speaks with EE Times on the impact of integrating application expertise on the IDM value chain, Infineon's R&D plans, 4G development and how software expertise is being adopted by chip vendors.
2005-08-29 Infineon in talks to sell fab to X-Fab
Germany's Infineon Technologies AG is in talks to sell its 150mm fab to X-Fab Semiconductor Foundries AG, according to a report from the Financial Times Deutschland
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2008-07-09 Industry giants see more businesses in VC
In these cost-cutting corporate times, are electronics industry giants looking to outsource R&D to the venture market
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