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2002-04-11 Photon Vision sensor goes beyond HDTV
Photon Vision Systems Inc. has developed a CMOS imaging sensor with an 8.3-million-pixel resolution (3,840x2,160)four times higher than that of HDTV and 32 times the resolution of standard TV
2002-06-19 Peritek software speeds 3D rendering
Peritek Corp. has unwrapped an accelerated graphics-processing software package that speeds Solaris-based 3D rendering by as much as four times
2004-03-02 Pentagon nets chief says Moore's Law applies to warfare
New Defense Department information networks, like Global Information Grid-Bandwith Extension, and the Transformational Satellite program, give an advantage of several hundred times to offensive forces over defensive forces, Assistant Secretary of Defense John Stenbit said at an Optical Fiber Communication conference plenary session on Tuesday (February 24, 2004
2006-09-18 PCB designers struggle with cost issues
With PCB designs getting faster and more complicated, designers are starting to fret about signal integrity, thermal issues and EMI. But respondents to the PCB portion of the EE Times 2006 EDA Users Survey said that meeting cost budgets is their greatest concern.
2003-03-14 PCB Design keynoter calls for design, manufacturing collaboration
quot;Collaboration between design and manufacturing, whether it's between or within OEM and EMS companies, must be used to shorten product development times and reduce costs," said Flextronics CTO Nicholas Brathwaite
2007-05-16 Optical transceiver moves data at speed of light
IBM scientists have announced a prototype optical-transceiver chipset that transfers data at a rate eight times faster than currently available components
2014-04-16 Optical diode intensifies light in one direction
Employing parity-time (PT) symmetry, the diode intensifies the light transmission by as much as 17 times with only an input of 1?W, enabling devices that need less input power
2013-01-11 Opinion: Smart TV not living up to its potential
EE Times' Junko Yoshida analyses how major manufacturers like LG, Samsung and Panasonic scramble to redefine smart TV.
2012-12-20 Opinion: Apple-Nvidia chip stack venture makes sense
EE Times' Rick Merritt speculates on rumours surrounding Apple's supposed partnership with Nvidia to for chip stacks that will power its flagship products.
2005-06-15 One of our own honored with DAC plaque
Richard Goering, EE Times Editorial Director for Design Automation, was recognized Tuesday for 20 years of coverage of the EDA world at the Design Automation Conference (DAC).
2011-04-14 NXP: 'Pump-and-dump' victim or hunting for offers?
EE Times' Peter Clarke examines what could have fueled the NXP takeover rumor, pointing to stock traders' 'pump-and-dump' operation and to NXP's veiled attempt to court premium offers.
2012-04-04 NI execs' enthusiasm undimmed
National Instruments co-founders James Truchard and Jeff Kodosky sat down with EE Times to talk about the past 35 years since they formed NI.
2006-05-30 NHK demos UHD TV broadcast
NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories has demonstrated virtual satellite broadcasting of UHD TV, which promises resolution 16 times higher than current high-definition images
2015-03-17 New material tops silicon, graphene in electron mobility
Scientists recently discovered a new material believed to possess electron mobility that is 200 times greater than that of graphene and more than 1,700 times that of crystalline silicon
2005-07-27 New 300mm fab positions Chartered for future growth
Industry observers are predicting better times ahead for Chartered Semiconductor despite the foundry's posting a net loss July 22 for the third straight quarter
2008-01-03 Nanotech enables large-area solar cell
Head of Bar-Ilan University's Nanotechnology Institute in Israel, Arie Zaban, claims he has created a solar cell 100 times bigger than a typical solar cell, using nanotechnology methods
2015-02-13 Nano-machines mimic self-repair capabilities of living cells
Columbia University professor Henry Hess said a new generation of nano-robots and nano-machines will be 1,000-times smaller than MEMS, working at the nanometre scale
2014-08-01 Movidius unveils next-gen vision processing unit
Myriad 2 is said to be 20 times better than its precursor, boasting 2TFLOPS of 16bit performance from a chip measuring only 6.5mm2
2003-05-19 Motorola won't tinker with ARM instruction set
Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector will create run-time libraries and hardware accelerators for its ARM-based microprocessors but has no plans to deviate from ARM Ltd's architectural road map, the company has told EE Times.
2003-11-07 Monterey upgrades IC implementation toolset
Claiming improved quality of results and faster run times, Monterey Design Automation has announced the shipment of v3.0 of its Dolphin physical implementation system
2011-01-17 Moderate growth seen for chip market in 2011
EE Times' Peter Clarke presents his fearless forecast for the chip industry in 2011—a modest growth of 2-6 percent, collapsing DRAM prices, and a mix of price robustness in some areas and weakness in others.
2009-04-01 Mobile music market meets DAC with 102dB SNR
ST-Ericsson NV's STw5211 DAC combines Playback Time Extender with 102dB of SNR across the whole audio path and allows cellphone companies to make music phones while doubling typical 10hr playback times
2010-01-25 MIMO signal generator simplifies radio design tests
From VeriWave comes a 3x3 multiple input/multiple output (MIMO) signal generator that cuts test times and overall test costs up to 50-75 percent
2006-12-01 MicroSpreader cools electronic devices
Celsia Technologies claims that its MicroSpreader products can drain 10 to 20 times more heat out of a design than competing approaches
2015-11-02 Micron develops 3.2Gb/s NOR Flash
The XTRMFlash boasts random access times as fast as 83ns, sequential byte reads as fast as 2.5ns, 400MB/s memory, and is compatible with the Quad SPI flash pinout used in serial NOR flash
2007-06-01 Micron CEO: Of memories and foundry models
Micron Technology Inc. has grabbed its share of headlines. What will Micron do next? To get a handle on the company, EE Times caught up with Steve Appleton, its president, CEO and chairman, who talked about the IC industry, foundry/fab-lite models, private-equity buyouts, its diversification strategy and universal memory.
2015-10-09 Micromirror tech expands to industrial use cases
The DLP9000X chipset from TI offers developers more than five times the streaming speed of previous chipsets, with four million micromirrors supporting print resolution less than 1?m
2012-10-31 Merritt: Two Burning questions for ARM
EE Times' own Rick Merritt is bringing two critical questions regarding ARM's first 64bit design and the advantages of its big/little concept on mobile workloads to the company's TechCon event.
2012-11-09 Merritt: Are systems engineers a vanishing breed?
EE Times' Rick Merritt tackles the lack of young systems engineers at Hewett-Packard and the lack of youth in other OEMs.
2005-05-30 Mentor prepares to acquire Aptix Corp.
A year after rapid prototyping provider Aptix Corp. filed for bankruptcy following the jailing of its former CEO, Mentor Graphics Corp. has stepped up to the plate to purchase Aptix, EE Times has learned.
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