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2006-07-17 Coax network processor refines MoCA apps
Entropic Communications Inc. has released its next-generation coaxial network processor, which addresses customers' cost concerns and offers some refinements over an earlier chip that preceded the Multimedia over Coax Alliance specification.
2006-03-01 Chipsets roll early for 802.11n
Broadcom announced sampling of an Intensi-fi chipset for 802.11n. Analysts were again taken aback three days later, when Atheros announced its XSpan AR5008 family for the same standard.
2006-12-01 Chip player faces new global realities head-on
Global forces have set Europe's chip giants on a course of self-reinvention. STMicroelectronics' changes were company-specific.
2006-01-26 Chinese design competence on the rise, according to report
Design competence in China continues to steadily progress as PCB design replaced system design as the most common type of electronics design in the nation in 2005.
2006-10-03 China's engineers go for more functionality, lower costs
More than 60 percent of mainland China design engineers focus on increasing functionality and reducing costs, according to a recent survey by Global Sources.
2006-06-20 China reportedly calls for chip cooperation with U.S.
Chinese Vice Premier Zeng Peiyan has called for more semiconductor industry cooperation between the United States and China, adding that China would increase IP rights protections, according to a Xinhua report carried by the People's Daily.
2006-07-01 Cellphones get image makeover
The need to improve low-end sensors has become a rallying cry for designers.
2006-02-01 Carriers lock on to soft radio
With deployments afoot among carriers worldwide, the technology is winding its way from the lab to the street.
2003-11-14 Cadence tool tackles signal integrity issues
Cadence Design Systems has released a new version of its SpecctraQuest toolset to allow EEs designing PCBs to deal more proactively with the signal integrity issues that pop up with high-speed designs.
2006-07-17 Buffer line handles all DDR2 speeds
A line of configurable, registered memory buffers developed by Inphi Corp. lets designers cover all DDR2 speed grade requirements with just a single chip.
2006-05-16 Broadband satellite eyes cable's space
Inmarsat Global Ltd is leveraging its Inmarsat-4 geostationary satellite to offer a broadband Internet service that competes directly with cable and DSL.
2006-02-16 Balancing cost vs. security for embedded design
Extraordinary cost reductions that wireless brings to MCU-based applications offset the price of security technology.
2006-04-03 Avago takes semiconductor baton from Agilent
Find out where newly formed Avago Technologies is headed as it takes over Agilent Technologies' semiconductor business.
2012-10-17 Automotive connector cuts EV charge time to 10 minutes
The revised J1772 EV connector spec originally specified a conductive charge coupler and electrical interfaces for AC Level 1 and AC Level 2 charging.
2005-05-02 Asian foundries bring 0.18?m into mainstream
Despite a bleak scenario in the global semiconductor market, China's IC design industry posted significant growth in 2004, according to the IC Design House Survey conducted by EE Times-Asia.
2007-01-01 Asia sets eye on more design activities
With the slew of investments and expansion projects undertaken in India, Singapore, Malaysia and even Vietnam last year, global companies have reaffirmed their confidence in the huge potential of these nations.
2006-06-01 ARM suite promises performance gain
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co. Ltd has released its TS-EE series of aluminum electrolytic capacitors, with a rated voltage range of 400V to 450V, and capacitance of 82F to 560F
2006-06-16 Analog analysis tool works with flow
Gradient Design Automation Inc. recently launched CircuitFire, which is said to be the first 3D thermal analysis tool for analog and mixed-signal ICs that's integrated directly into the design flow.
2006-03-01 Agere's GbE chip gets USB 2.0 design win
The company's GbE PHY-layer chip can triple file transfers and multimedia downloads via a USB 2.0 port.
2006-07-17 Agere chips ease 1394 upgrades
Agere Systems Inc. is seeding the PC market with a combination of 1394 silicon that could offer board makers greater flexibility in migrating from the 400Mbps version of the standard to the less popular 800Mbit version.
2006-05-16 Advanced memories still struggle in mobiles
Memory research managers themselves have scaled back their rhetoric in the past, avoiding the term universal memory altogether. Freescale, Intel and Texas Instruments are dealing with memory designs.
2006-11-16 Advanced control designs are drowning in data
Challenges in performance, size, cost and flexibility make the control designer's task more difficult
2006-11-17 ACE Awards in mainland China to honor outstanding semiconductor companies
The first Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Awards in mainland China provides local engineers an avenue to acknowledge companies that have enabled them to develop more sophisticated electronic products.
2002-05-15 During slump, talk with customers, says Japanese manager
One of the most important management skills that EEs will find useful is the ability to communicate with customers, says Kitamura, a Hitachi manager based in Singapore.
2012-12-10 Yoshida: It's not too late to save Nokia
EE Times' own Junko Yoshida shares some perspective on what went wrong for Nokia and what steps the Finnish phone maker could take to return to prominence.
2001-06-16 Xilinx offers 32-bit Java MPU
Embedded Java applications and smart Internet appliances such as wireless phones and STBs are the main target of Xilinx's new core, which enhances long byte-code execution times
2014-01-09 Wireless devices fly high at CES 2014
Executives from Ericsson, the WiFi Alliance, Boingo Wireless and Broadcom discussed wins, challenges and the future of wireless technology in an interview with EE Times.
2007-06-08 Wii outsells PS3 in Japan, 5:1
Despite record-high sales it posted in the last fiscal year, Sony Corp. has little to smile about as Nintendo Co.'s Wii game console outsold Playstation 3 by more than five times in Japan last month
2008-05-12 Who are the likely buyers of Jazz?
Mark LaPedus of EE Times lists several companies as the likely buyer of U.S.-based specialty foundry Jazz Technologies.
2010-02-05 What's in EDA crystal ball?
EE Times presents a discussion with EDA pundits Walden Rhines, Gary Smith, and Joseph Borel on their estimates and predictions for this year's EDA market.
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