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2004-11-02 Mentor VStationTBX accelerates ATI processor verification
Mentor Graphics Corp. disclosed that ATI Technologies Inc. has adopted its latest VStationTBX product, a verification accelerator based upon Mentor's behavioral testbench compilation and transaction-based verification technologies.
2004-02-16 Mentor Graphics reinforces verification platform scalability
Mentor Graphics has released its ADMS v4.0 with added language support for mixed-signal functional verification.
2014-03-25 Mentor enters AMS verification field with BDA purchase
The acquisition of BDA gives Mentor a leg up on the competition for AMS design and verification, which levels the playing field against the two EDA giants, Cadence and Synopsys.
2013-02-25 Memory test tip: Boost flash memory testing
Know how to tune your test system parameters to get the optimal results.
2012-03-13 MediaTek: Unknown OEMs may be next smartphone stars
MediaTek Inc. president, Ching-Jiang Hsieh believes that unknown China-based handset makers will drive the next big wave of smartphones.
2010-11-15 MCU startup gets VC funding from ARM, Cisco
New microcontroller developer Ambiq Micro Inc. reports its has received $2.4 million in venture capital funding from ARM Holdings plc, Cisco Inc. and other investors.
2014-03-12 Marvell to uncloak IoT prototyping device
The Kinoma Create's hardware consists of a power-efficient CPU; WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity; a capacitive touchscreen; and numerous I/O options for external sensors, LEDs and input devices.
2012-07-02 Marvell desires to become chip leader in China
Marvell Semiconductor Inc. has declared its goal of becoming the largest semiconductor company in China.
2011-10-27 Malaysia, U.K. team up on tech research
The collaboration sets off a bilateral research agreement focusing on nuclear energy, research commercialization and nanotechnology.
2013-11-21 Malaysia foundry ready to take X-Fab to 180nm, 130nm
X-Fab Silicon's Rudi De Winter talks to EE Times Europe about his company's acquisition of 1st Silicon in Malaysia and its transition to 200mm wafer manufacturing.
2006-06-16 Low-power IC test can be trying
For designers, power management means controlling leakage power lost during standby mode and dynamic power consumption when multiple transistors switch in unison to perform desired functions.
2002-02-28 Local, foreign engineers learn from cultural differences
This article shows an example on how despite the economic slump, Taiwan companies are giving emphasis on hiring foreign workers having broader industry experience to enhance their respective R&D tasks.
2007-07-13 Laird Technologies opens India research lab
Laird Technologies has established a corporate research lab in Bangalore, India that will focus on the development of materials for use in electronic components and systems.
2015-07-10 Jitter concerns when selecting timing solutions
Determining the effects of jitter on the system, as well as defining the jitter budgets for the various sub-systems are the keys to optimising system performance.
2014-11-24 Japan's Megachips eyes sensor hubs for IoT devices
Megachips is Japan's only fabless chip company listed among the top 25 in the world by IC Insights. The company has worldwide revenues of more than $600 million.
2005-12-22 JAM expands to Singapore
JAM Technologies has opened a new headquarters here in a move that CEO Mike Holt said positions the company to better supply one of its key markets.
2013-03-15 Issues in using 3rd party IP in ASIC/SoC design
Know some of the common challenges in integrating and using 3rd party IPs in today's high-end ASIC/SoCs.
2014-04-02 Issues in embedding components within PCB substrates
Embedding components within a PCB substrate provides a host of benefits, but this alternative approach demands support from the entire supply chain.
2014-06-16 Is the need for analogue engineers vital?
The effect of the shift to digital electronics is greatly felt in the analogue mixed-signal design segment, where job postings either remain unfilled or analogue designers have trouble finding work.
2007-06-01 Is India the next China?
Can India, like China, become the next silicon success story? This seemingly simple question sparked an industry debate since India unveiled in March new financial incentives designed to lure chipmakers to the subcontinent.
2013-10-29 Iron oxide nanoparticles boost battery capacity
The electrode material developed at A*STAR IMRE is inexpensive, suitable for large-scale manufacturing and can store higher charge densities than conventional electrodes used in Li-ion batteries.
2006-09-27 IR signs foundry agreement with Tower Semi
Tower Semiconductor Ltd announced that it has signed a definitive long-term foundry agreement with International Rectifier to produce semiconductor wafers for IR at Tower's Fab2.
2005-04-18 IP reuse simplifies design, verification
An automated integration of IP using a platform-based strategy may help designers simplify chip design and verification.
2003-06-18 IP cores crowd SoCs
History may be repeating itself as chip designers head down the same path their computer brethren once trod - toward multiprocessing.
2012-09-26 Intel, STM and IBM to showcase IC manufacturing advancements
Intel and a joint research by IBM and STMicroelectronics will each present progress reports at the International Electron Devices Meeting.
2014-11-20 Intel weds mobile, PC business units
Scheduled to take effect in early 2015, the merger will streamline the tech giant's business and turn around the dismal mobile financial results, which recorded a $1 billion operating loss in the third quarter this year.
2008-08-06 Intel tips details on 'Larrabee' architecture
Intel Corp. is presenting a paper at the SIGGRAPH 2008 industry conference in Los Angeles (Aug. 12) that describes features and capabilities of its first-ever forthcoming "many-core" blueprint or architecture codenamed Larrabee.
2002-02-08 Intel eyes robotic-controller sockets for Xscale
Intel Corp. may have uncovered a new direction for its chip-making expertise: low-power, high-performance robotic controllers.
2008-09-23 Integrated CAD tool system eases project execution
Clarizen has integrated its project management software with the Solidworks CAD tool, giving the design engineers the chance to check project status and create new tasks.
2014-04-11 Ingenic banks on MIPS-based wearables
Ingenic ventures its entire fortune on manufacturing its own MIPS-based SoCs, with a 1GHz CPU in the 65nm process for the IoT, and another low-power, voice-recognition enabled SoC for smartwatches.
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