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2003-02-20 Canesta joins ARM PrimeXsys Community
Canesta Inc. has joined the ARM PrimeXsysT Community Program.
2009-03-19 Sneak peek at techs that could change the world
To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the IEEE recently assembled a panel of technology experts to discuss emerging research technologies that have the potential to change the world
2007-01-18 India's pool of engineering talent shifts to smaller areas
India's pool of electronic design engineers is shifting from the country's tier I cities to tier II and III cities
2002-09-30 Experience and education pays - literally
The 2002 salary survey conducted by Electronic Engineering Times - Asia reveals that companies still put a premium on engineers that have attained a high educational degree and possess a substantial number of years in experience
2014-02-13 Energy design through unified hardware abstraction
Learn how to achieve energy-efficient solutions through optimal alignment across the pre- and post-silicon phases of energy optimisation supported by unified design flows, abstractions and formats.
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages.
2008-04-17 Tower fabs Canesta 3D image sensors for cars
Canesta's 3D image sensors, now in final qualification stages for the automotive industry, are being manufactured at Tower Semi's Fab2 facility, using its CMOS image sensor 0.18?m technology process
2006-12-18 Visionary sees rich opportunities in multicore
Intel Corp.'s chief technology officer, Justin Rattner talked about Intel's embrace of the multicore solution and its impact on the current computing platform
2004-07-29 SiGe firm gains traction in 802.11 RF design
While GaAs, once an RF design forte, is slowly giving way to SiGe and CMOS technologies amid renewed industry efforts for lower costs and higher integration, one company that is striving to shatter myths about SiGe technology is its namesake: SiGe Semiconductor Inc
2009-06-09 Low-power RF chip mimics inner ear
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers claim to have developed a fast, low-power radio chip imitating the human inner ear, or cochlea
2013-05-27 Intel shoots for extensive research beyond 10nm
At the Imec Technology Forum Intel's director of component research contemplated the end of the road for conventional silicon and said more varied research would be needed to catch the next opportunity
2008-01-17 Ecosystem control is key in high-def DVD war
Warner Bros.' switch from the HD DVD camp to Blu-ray Disc underscores that the high-def DVD format battle lies not only on the technology but taking control of the ecosystem
2006-01-19 Adoption of 10Gbps cabling systems seen in five years, says Systimax
The need for higher-end cabling solutions continues to drive product and technology development for network technology providers
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications.
2011-07-05 Video primer: HDR, 3D processing challenges
The last couple of decades have witnessed a phenomenal increase in the number of pixels accommodated by display systems, enabling the transition from standard-definition video to high-definition video.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2009-02-13 Still dreaming of a plug-and-play IP
Users continue to bemoan the dearth of standards and effective quality metrics that they say would help greatly in confidently selecting IP.
2010-01-21 Setting the stage for 3D TV
The consumer electronics industry is looking at its future through a pair of stereo 3D glasses. The left eye sees an opportunity to revive sagging TV and media revenues, the right eye sees a set of unresolved technical issues.
2004-02-16 Revisiting smart phone promise
Cellphones are getting smarter one chip at a time, and it's only matter of time when we'll actually start calling them smart phones.
2015-07-14 PLC teardown: Allen-Bradley Micro850 for industrial apps
The PLC is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation despite the encroachment of embedded computing.
2007-10-18 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 1)
Benedetto Vigna notes that we are living today in the commercial era of MEMS Consumerization where microphones, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors. He believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
2002-09-12 EE of Chinese descent brings fresh perspective to CEO job
Alex Hui, Pericom CEO, teaches a thing or two about what it means to raise the standards of excellence in the electronics industry
2005-04-08 Display touts dynamic brightness
BivarOpto added a new ultra-high reliability blue seven-segment display to its BD series for apps that require highly reliable performance.
2013-05-14 Digital cameras mimic visual prowess of bugs
Researchers from UIUC created digital cameras touting wide-angle fields of view, with low aberrations, high acuity to motion and nearly infinite depth of field similar to those of bees and mantises.
2007-03-12 Consumer apps to drive MEMS
The future of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) will be consumer-driven, according to a Gartner Inc. analyst.
2008-11-21 Confab to highlight nanotech for bio
Advances in nanotechnologies for medicine and biology will be detailed at the December International Electron Devices Meeting in San Francisco.
2014-11-07 Biology-based approach can protect IoT systems
The size, exponential growth, distributed nature and economics of the Internet of Things present new, arguably paradigm-shifting challenges in security management.
2013-09-18 Achieving better smartphone voice quality
Emerging audio processing algorithms can help smartphones address severe signal quality problems due to their physical design.
2013-06-14 Access control market to adopt open standards
The industry, which comes second to the video surveillance industry in terms of adoption of open standards, is set to top $2.3 billion globally by the end of 2013, up from $2.1 billion in 2011.
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