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2006-08-16 Mobile-TV tuner, GPS block due from Chipidea
Chipidea recently announced new IP blocks for mobile TV and global-positioning systems. The company also has ultrawideband and wireless sensor products in design.
2006-07-17 MIPS-based processors for residential gateways
PMC-Sierra Inc. has developed two spins of its 7000 MIPS-based multiservice processor.
2006-08-16 Mindspeed rolls video processor IC, DSP cluster
Mindspeed Technologies Inc. simultaneously launched a seventh generation of its Comcerto VoIP processor and a software suite that includes protocols for 3GPP and IP Multimedia Subsystems.
2006-06-01 Mentor revs autorouting with multiprocessing
Mentor Graphics Corp. claims to have slashed the time it takes to route a complex PC board from days to hours with XtremeAR, which allows simultaneous batch autorouting on up to 15 workstations.
2006-01-01 Localizing non-memory devices in Korea
KEC was awarded the President's Prize in Best Electronic Components and its VP Yoon Dong-Hyun domesticated SPS and developed the PPT process.
2006-06-20 Linux platform for cellphones coming
Motorola, NEC Corp., NTT Docomo Inc., Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics and Vodafone Group announced a collaboration to establish an open Linux-based software platform for mobile phones.
2006-09-18 Leakage takes priority at 65nm
As the first reports on 65nm design come in, the good news is that there seems to be no problems at 65nm that weren't present at 90nm. The bad news is that some of the problems that plagued 90nm get much worse at the new node.
2006-06-16 Leakage control needs multipronged attack
Controlling power, experts say, is like weight control: It requires a holistic approach.
2006-08-16 LCD tech widens visibility angle
Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corp. has developed Photo Fine Vistarich, a new technology for widening the viewing angle of LCD panels.
2006-01-01 Korea keeps its memory power
Demand for NAND flash memories will increase as cellphones, MP3 players and DSCs need bigger storage capacity.
2006-06-16 Just how low can FPGAs go?
Perhaps the biggest barrier to FPGA use in applications is their high power consumption. But low-power FPGAs are technically feasible and may become economically viable as feature nodes shrink.
2006-04-17 Java preps dive into real-time role
Java is expected to play a bigger role in real-time applications, particularly in the military, unmanned aircraft, newly deployed systems and telematics.
2006-01-25 Japan hits Hynix with 27.2% tariff
Responding to alleged government subsidies, Japan moved to impose tariffs totaling 27.2 percent on DRAMs manufactured by South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
2006-04-03 It's client time for .11 nets
Craig Mathias believes it's time to address 802.11's one clear flawthe lack of standard client-side functionality.
2006-08-01 Intelligent switch guides DSP clusters
Integrated Device Technology Inc. has developed a Serial RapidIO-based switch for controlling DSP clusters in cellular base stations.
2006-01-01 Integration and Innovation: applications and technological tendencies in China's 2006 electronics industry
3C integration and 3G technologies are predicted technologies to boom in 2006, as Cindy Hu discussed hot applications and technological tendencies in China's 2006 electronics industry.
2006-11-16 Infineon charts new power path in Asia
Infineon president and CEO Wolfgang Ziebart, senior VP and general manager Reinhard Ploss and Infineon Technologies Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Soo Hee discussed with EE Times-Asia the company's current activities and success strategies in the region, and its focus on the power semiconductors segment within Infineon's AIM business group.
2006-10-16 Industry leader sees Asian business models evolve
Hein van der Zeeuw shares his insights on the evolution of the electronics business and how shifts in the EMS, ODM and OEM models are affecting the electronics supply chain.
2006-06-01 IEEE standardizes 'e' language
The IEEE has put its stamp of approval on Cadence Design Systems Inc.'s "e" verification language, making it an open standard that anyone can use or support.
2006-09-01 IC savvy cuts across cultures
Jim Doran sat down with David Lammers at Spansion's Austin, Texas fab to discuss cultural differences in engineering.
2006-04-17 IC design flow integrated
Synopsys offers its customers the Pilot Design Environment, an integrated RTL-to-GDSII design system tailored to each customer's design infrastructure.
2006-09-01 Hybrid switch fabric rolls
Enigma Semiconductor Inc. is exploring new concepts in hybrid switching fabrics that combine elements from crossbar and shared-memory switching chips.
2006-06-16 Hub lets hosts easily share USB peripherals
The MultiSwitch USB hub developed by Standard Microsystems Corp. allows users to connect and share multiple USB peripherals without having to touch a cable.
2006-01-02 How to improve verification planning
'Good' verification involves a formulaic model to drive the whole verification project with an executable plan.
2006-01-16 Hitting the road with an IBM Master Inventor
David Lammers caught up with IBM Corp.'s Application integration consultant and 2004 Master Inventor Nizam Ishmael in his customized 1998 Corvette.
2006-03-01 High-def STB tunes in to IPTV
MatrixStream's high-definition STB for IPTV allows full delivery of video over any best-effort broadband connection.
2006-03-01 High def heads for masses
Support for copy-protected high-definition video is poised to come to mainstream PCs and camcorders as early as 2007.
2006-08-01 HDMI will boost data rate to 275MHz
HDMI 1.3 will increase the copy-protected link's data rate from 165MHz to an expected 275MHz.
2007-01-01 Handhelds, autos focus on consumer experience
As new portable devices emerge, the attention shifts to wireless connectivity, storage, audio and portable-related technologies as well as power consumption and interference hurdles.
2006-04-17 Guest users get pass to network
The Intelligent Network Access Control extends network management to guest users, contractors and other clients with limited access to the corporate network.
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