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2014-06-20 Radios beat a path to new channels for IoT devices
Imec, along with Holst, is developing radios for IoT including a79GHz radar transceiver in 28nm CMOS and the 802.11ah specification for running low-power Wi-Fi over 900MHz at distances up to 1km.
2010-07-30 Qualcomm, ECOtality connect charging stations
Qualcomm and ECOtality have agreed to implement cellular connectivity into electric vehicle charging stations in the US as part of the government EV Project.
2012-10-20 Qualcomm reveals partners for Internet of Everything
With a dozen new technology partners, Qualcomm Atheros aims to address the growing demand for smart home and building automation solutions.
2011-05-05 Quad-core processor offers IPv6 capability
NetLogic unveils the XLP316 processor that features a quad-core, 16-issue, 16-threaded, superscalar processor architecture at up to 2.0GHz.
2007-10-26 Quad equalizer extends reach of serial buses
A programmable quad equalizer from National Semiconductor extends the reach of high-speed serial buses up to 10Gbps data transmission rates, while consuming only 94mW per channel.
2008-02-22 Quad equalizer aims at 8Gbit/s PCIe apps
National Semiconductor has claimed the industry's first quad equalizer specifically designed for PCIe applications with up to 8Gbit/s data transmission rates.
2012-09-18 PV market in APAC, N. America rises, Eurozone dips
Frost & Sullivan revealed that PV market earned revenues of $46.63 billion in 2011 and is seen to reach $104.32 billion in 2017 with North America accounting for 60 percent of that year's annual installed capacity.
2011-09-06 Pumpable electrons to drive gasoline into oblivion?
Electronics is poised to replace the gas-guzzling internal combustion engine with electric motors driven by pumpable fuels that bear electrons as their active elements
2009-09-29 Premier Farnell increases Web focus
Premier Farnell Asia Pacific president Syed Salman H. talks about the company's focus on the Web and its "element14" Website.
2008-06-16 Power-saving flash SSDs integrate open source tech
Sun Microsystems Inc. has introduced the Sun SSDs that promise to provide greater application performance, massive scale and value through the integration of the Solaris OS, Solaris ZFS and other open source technologies.
2014-03-25 Power trends take spotlight at APEC 2014
During this year's APEC, global players such as Fairchild, Intersil and Texas Instruments revealed their business plans and product offerings in anticipation of the power efficiencies demanded by next-generation electronic devices.
2009-07-28 Power to take center stage at DAC
Power, arguably today's No. 1 headache for designers, will be the theme of workshops, tutorials, meetings, presentations and technical tracks at the 46th Design Automation Conference (DAC).
2010-10-26 Power IC market to grow 10% annually
The world market for power management and driver ICs will recover in 2010 and reach over $12 billion, according to IMS Research Ltd.
2009-06-12 Portuguese investors buy Qimonda solar stake
A group of Portuguese investors has agreed to acquire Qimonda AG's assets in its solar technology joint venture Itarion in Portugal.
2014-06-12 PLC modems support G3, PRIME, IEEE-1901.2 standards
Developers can use the TMDSPLCKITV4 platform from TI to create a single PLC project with support for all three major standards across multiple spectrum bands.
2010-07-16 PHY immunizes datacenters from EMI
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. launches the Triveni APM9689x family of dual and quad port, low-power 100/1000/10GBASE-T PHYs.
2011-08-08 Photo gallery: Rebuilding Renesas' Naka fab
The article shows a collection of photos that detail how Renesas and its employees picked up the pieces and rebuilt its fab after the great March 11 earthquake.
2006-06-14 Philips unveils next-gen LDMOS WiMAX solutions
Philips announced its next-generation LDMOS WiMAX line-up for base station solutions, which promises to deliver up to 3.8GHz over the 802.16e mobile WiMAX platform.
2012-12-12 Perform efficient debug of multi-core MCUs
The real challenge is the processing of the high quantity of debug information coming from all cores and its proper presentation in real-time on the developer's screen.
2006-04-17 Partners to rev PowerPC
AMCC and Intrinsity have joined forces to design a PowerPC core that could operate in the 3GHz range.
2012-03-12 Panasonic opens Malaysian solar plant
The base will manufacture solar wafers, cells and modules with an estimated annual production capacity of 300MW.
2015-10-09 Organic electronics to push Moore's Law beyond 7nm
TU Dresden expressed its commitment to the gamble, going "all in" for using organic devices with government funding of $38 million through 2017, and is teaming up with 11 institutions on the initiative.
2013-09-25 Oracle pushes Java as the answer to IoT front line
With fragmentation an for IoT, Oracle has made the effort to establish Java as a major entrant in the race to unify diverse operating systems and protocols for the Internet of Things.
2008-10-29 Opinion: India achieves another milestone
Driven by national pride and powered by an economy and workforce that has benefited from a decade of foreign investment and resurgent education, India has introduced the Chandrayaan-I lunar module.
2014-12-10 OPF eyes more Power innovations, partners
IBM's OPF assists in building U.S. DOE's Coral next-generation supercomputers. It also helps in processing big data and developing flash memory applications that support its CAPI interconnect.
2015-03-23 Open Power Summit showcases high-end boards for data centres
The Open Power Foundation, which includes IBM, aims to offer an alternative source of high-end server technology with big data centres and international governments among the first to show interest.
2011-09-08 OKI develops Japan's first wireless multihop comm system
The 920MHz wireless multihop communications system was designed by OKI for smart homes, communities and meters.
2008-01-23 Octal ADCs claim 'lowest' power draw, 'smallest' size
TI has introduced a new family of 10bit and 12bit octal ADCs that the company claims feature the industry's lowest power consumption and smallest size.
2008-07-09 NXP customizes green ICs toward sustainability
NXP recently said that the company has developed and produced the third-generation power management ICs, and over the past decade, has made a dramatic contribution toward environmental sustainability.
2010-09-21 NXP CTO reveals HPMS strategy
NXP Semiconductors CTO Ren Penning De Vries discusses how high performance mixed signal technology can shape the future.
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