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2002-07-16 Will an MBA speed up promotion?
Is continuing education, by itself, the route to more rapid advancement? Probably not.
2004-05-05 Wi-LAN, FMA to produce WiMAX certified system
ASIC provider Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. (FMA) and Wi-LAN Inc. have revealed their plans to jointly produce what they claim to be the industry's first WiMAX certified broadband wireless system.
2005-09-16 When infrastructure is essence: Open-Silicon automates the flow
Researchers implement an automated decision and control flow that supports data as it moves through the design process.
2005-01-10 When bad packages kill good PCBs
How to avoid packaging problems in off-the-shelf ICs and FPGAs, and ASICs.
2009-05-21 Well grounded, digital is analog
This application note discusses proper capacitor selection and how that decision affects a well-grounded design. Guiding currents toward the ground star point in ground planes is demonstrated by slotting the plane. The discussion begins by emphasizing why this is necessary, and how digital and analog circuits share a sensitivity to noise.
2015-11-13 Wearables inspire EMS to get hints from fashion industry
Whether it is the latest crowd-funded project or a volume product such as a fitness or activity monitor worn on the wrist, all these products have changed the way manufacturing is seen.
2008-05-14 Vietnam academic portal relies on IBM cloud computing
IBM has announced that the Vietnam Information for Science and Technology Advance Innovation Portal goes live on an IBM cloud computing infrastructure.
2006-05-24 U.S. engineers still competitive vs China, India
U.S. engineers are holding their own, at least for now, compared with their counterparts in China and India, concludes Duke University testimony presented this month to Congress' Committee on Education and the Workforce.
2015-01-12 Turning tiny, boring designs into fun tasks
In this article, we explain how letting analogue do much of the work can simplify the task of adding some functionality to a control system.
2010-04-26 Toshiba helps boost Brazil IC industry
Toshiba semiconductor design engineers are in Brazil to help boost the country's IC industry, under the framework for reinforcing cooperation in between Brazil and Japan.
2007-04-05 TI taps Indian university for R&D, chip innovation
Although the prospect of setting up a manufacturing facility is far from his plans in India, Texas Instruments CEO Rich Templeton is certainly excited about the Indian semiconductor policy that was announced a few weeks ago.
2008-02-28 TI grooms future DSP engineers in China universities
TI has been running its China University Program for the last 12 years, a commitment that has resulted in 160 DSP labs and three technology centers distributed over 141 universities in China, benefiting 25,000 students every year and producing some 7,500 industrial engineers.
2013-12-30 ThingMagic brings RFID tech to supply chain
Established by five MIT alumni, the company claimed to have developed next-generation RFID systems that include wireless readers and data-transmitting tags.
2004-09-30 The way to true venture is technology
Sanview's director summarizes management in two points: a technology company should boast of technology and technology is same as art.
2013-10-04 The Internet of Things and its need for the human touch
For the IoT to take off at the scale touted by enthusiastic visionaries, it must apply the same talents used into the transformation of technological dreams into reality to the human side of the IoT.
2012-06-13 The changing landscape of embedded software devt
Know the changes to the traditional assumptions that have shaped our thinking about software development.
2014-07-15 TESA: Thailand needs to expand skilled IC workforce
The Thai Embedded Systems Association sees a growth potential in the automotive firmware market, which requires growing a pool of skilled IC design engineers.
2005-03-28 Tech fair sees China industry's dominance
A plethora of electronic designs and innovative solutions are lined up at this year's International IC-China Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China) and Embedded Systems Conference-China (ESC-China).
2003-10-01 Tech careers in Korea show mixed signals
The aftermath of the economic slump had left South Korea with a mixed population of mostly skeptics and only a few optimists.
2010-09-07 Team research to develop lab-on-chip system vs cancer underway
At the EMBC in Argentina, IMEC and its partners launched the European Seventh Framework Project MIRACLE which aims to produce an operational lab-on-chip for the isolation and detection of circulating and disseminated tumor cells in the blood.
2002-10-29 Taiwanese EE blazes to China with belief in Chinese innovation
Conexant senior executive goes to China to head the company's Shanghai branch.
2011-09-02 Study notes importance of manual, automated code checking
A study conducted by PRQA highlights the importance of balancing manual and automated code checking to ensure quality software.
2002-09-10 Study downplays India's EDA, fabless forays
A survey of India's software industry has identified opportunities for the country's IC designers while cautioning the industry against adopting fabless chip-making models or attempting to break into the EDA tool market.
2004-09-16 Start thinking out of known 'design box'
Package is not simple anymore: IC and package have become a whole and must be treated as such.
2014-10-27 Start 'em young: Engaging future engineers in science, technology
Many initiatives are underway to engage the next generation of engineers and innovators in science and technology.
2007-02-20 ST, Indian tech institutes set up research labs
STMicroelectronics announced a partnership with two premier Indian technology institutes in setting up joint state-of-the-art research and innovation labs expected to be operational by Q2 2007.
2010-11-04 ST, ARM showcase young Korea talent in robot design
STMicroelectronics and ARM have just sponsored the Explorer Robot Challenge 2010, a design contest that promotes space robotics and general robot research among university students and young engineers in Korea.
2003-01-10 ST ships 100M MPEG-2 chips, eyes DVD
When General Motors subsidiary Hughes Electronics Corp. set out to pioneer a satellite-based digital TV service as an alternative to cable eight years ago, the onus of providing silicon came to STMicroelectronics.
2008-06-03 ST brings CMOS process program to Chinese universities
STMicroelectronics and Circuits Multi Projects have partnered to offer Chinese universities access to ST's advanced CMOS processes for academic and research purposes.
2007-08-17 Sony to build Li-ion battery plant in Singapore
Sony plans to set up a Li-ion polymer battery plant in Singapore, its first in Southeast Asia, with operations expected to start August 2008.
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