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2003-12-17 0-In Design tacks on static verification capability
The latest release of 0-In Design Automation Inc.'s assertion-based verification tool suite lets users run a design through debugging prior to simulation, potentially bringing the debug tools into the design cycle much earlier.
2004-01-01 0-In assertion compiler is multilingual
0-In Design Automation announced a compiler that reads assertions in multiple formats and outputs synthesizable Verilog.
2003-11-13 0-In assertion compiler has multilingual features
The company will announce an enhanced assertion compiler for its Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) tool suite.
2006-01-02 .11n spinoff delivers short-range HDTV
A prototype wireless high-definition interface for HDTV based on a variation of 802.11n can deliver up to 1.5Gbps, promising designers a lower-cost, more-reliable alternative for delivering high-definition video wirelessly within a room.
2007-08-01 'Work smart' mantra mines innovation
It's no secret that demands on engineers have gotten tougher, and symptomatic of pressures on the design community is an upsurge of "embattled engineers." Jasper Design Automation CEO Kathryn Kranen tells us why the "work smarter" approach drives productivity and innovation as opposed to "work harder."
2011-01-25 'Universal' memory combines DRAM's speed, flash's density
A recently developed single "universal" memory technology combines DRAM's speed with flash memory's non-volatility and density, allowing computers to power down memories not being accessed.
2005-01-12 'Uhapi?' asks new Philips Semiconductors CEO
Frans van Houten, who assumed the top post at Philips Semiconductors in November, used last week's Consumer Electronics Show to urge consumer electronics manufacturers to "adopt the Universal Home API," a Philips initiative launched last year with Samsung Electronics.
2007-11-19 'Terminal-on-a-chip' targets wireless backhaul
Broadband wireless infrastructure chip specialist Provigent has started sampling a mixed-signal CMOS chip for backhaul infrastructure.
2003-05-14 'Synthesis engines' roll out to speed up PLL designs
Barcelona Design has developed synthesis "engines" that are capable of generating PLLs for 0.15?m and 90nm CMOS processes.
2005-04-18 'Synergy' plan in play at Sony
Sony's recent executive shuffle has raised questions about the company's synergy and vertical integration.
2007-11-28 'Super-satellite' for broadband access gets go signal
Satellite operator Inmarsat Global and the European Space Agency have given the go-ahead for an approximately $386 million project to build another satellite for broadband access.
2011-04-18 'Smart' system CPUs to more than double by 2015
Smart systems will use over 12.5 billion processor cores in 2015, more than double the core consumption in 2010.
2008-10-13 'Smart lighting' efforts ease congestion in RF bands
A 'smart lighting' initiative being funded by the government seeks to piggyback wireless communications capabilities into future LED lighting installations to offer more broadband access points.
2009-04-29 'Smallest' VCXOs fit tuner modules
MSC Vertriebs GmbH has introduced the DSV211AR voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO) from KDS Daishinku Corp.
2010-02-02 'Smallest' triaxial accelerometer handles 2g-16g
Bosch has released the BMA220 triaxial digital accelerometer, claimed to be the smallest at 2mm x 2mm x 0.98mm, a 55 percent reduction in surface area over current 3mm x 3mm LGA housings.
2007-04-16 'Smallest' mobile TV tuner targets Japan market
MaxLinear Inc. has rolled MxL7001, touted to be the world's smallest silicon tuner for mobile TV. Based on the company's next-generation TV tuner platform, MxL7001 is a 1.9-by-1.9mm single-die, digital CMOS IC
2009-06-04 'Smallest' 8bit MCU offers improved design flexibility
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has expanded its small form factor microcontrollers with the C8051T606 low-cost 8bit mixed-signal MCU.
2006-09-07 'Signoff quality' timing tool rolls for 65/45nm designs
Cadence Design Systems introduced the Encounter Timing System, described as a "signoff-quality" timing product for nanometer SoC design.
2011-12-28 'Shadow state' ups solar cell efficiency
The quantum "shadow state" allows not only one but two high-energy electrons to be produced by optoelectronic energy conversion.
2006-10-02 'Server-on-chip' opens road to universal I/O
Sun Microsystems will pack native PCI Express and 10GbE interfaces onto its next-generation Niagara processor. The resulting server-on-a-chip generated debate about the future of integrated I/O in the era of multicore microprocessors.
2011-07-04 'Sensing skin' quickly, accurately detects structural faults
The new method involves the use of a flexible skin-like fabric with electrical properties that could be attached to areas where cracks usually appear and detect cracks when they occur.
2013-03-13 'Rogue' added to Imagination's Series 6 GPUs
The PowerVR Series 6 family of GPU cores addresses mobile and embedded applications such as smartphones and tablet computers and has been submitted for compliance with OpenGL ES 3.0 API.
2002-10-01 'Religious' wars abound
Should resets be synchronous or asynchronous? Should synthesis handle buffer insertion? Should OpenVera assertions be added to System Verilog? All these questions have provoked controversies in recent weeks, the first two in E-Mail Synopsys Users' Group (ESNUG) postings and at our EEdesign site.
2012-10-02 'Puffin' gives intrinsic security for gamers,phones
The 'Puffin' project has already found that software can detect the die-specific differences in graphics processors.
2002-04-02 'Parallel' migration to blue-laser DVD urged
A proposal put together by a Hollywood studio suggests that blue-laser-based high-definition DVD recorders will initially become available as VCR replacements only in the Japanese market.
2004-03-19 'Over the top' routing boosts PCB speeds
A new approach to PCB routing can boost chip-to-chip interconnect speeds to 20Gbps, dramatically speeding system performance, according to Joe Fjelstad, founder of technology startup SiliconPipe.
2004-01-16 'Obfuscators' render Verilog, VHDL unreadable
Providing a new approach to IP protection, software engineering firm Semantic Designs has released production-quality "obfuscators" for Verilog 2001 and VHDL.
2013-03-20 'Nose' sensors for wearable electronics in development
Nanotech developer Peratech has teamed up with the London College of Fashion to develop wearable electronics which will be used to detect when the wearer is ill or tired.
2009-02-04 'My Wi-Fi' to enable traveling PANs
Intel Corp. wants to connect millions of Wi-Fi-enabled devices by building a wireless access point called My Wi-Fi into Centrino 2-equipped notebook PCs, establishing a personal area network (PAN) that travels with users.
2003-08-22 'Modular' signal integrity tool starts at $250
Claiming to offer the first "fully modularized" signal integrity tool for high-speed chips, IPC is licensing individual modules from its IFS Pro software.
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