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2014-07-04 25G Ethernet Consortium cloud-scales network
The consortiumwhich comprises Arista, Broadcom, Google, Microsoft, and Mellanoxwill define a new Ethernet specification for speed grades that will meet the requirements of datacentre workloads.
2014-12-11 20kV TVS diode arrays offer bidirectional ESD protection
The SP3022 series from Littelfuse can safely absorb repetitive ESD strikes over the maximum level specified in the IEC61000-4-2 international standard without compromising performance.
2010-11-17 2018: Exascale computing systems
Today's computer designs are too complex and power-hungry to deliver the quintillion instructions per second expected of exascale computing systems, thus radical shifts in computing are needed. "If we don’t do this kind of work, exascale systems will consume 100MW instead of the 5MW today's top supercomputers use," said Richard Murphy, principal investigator overseeing a DARPA program on the topic.
2010-01-18 200/250V MOSFETs claim lowest figure of merit
Infineon has launched a family of 200V and 250V power MOSFETs for synchronous rectification in 48V systems, DC/DC converters, UPS and inverters for DC motor drives.
2008-02-20 2.7-inch LCD display touts intelligent programmability
EarthLCD offers a 2.7-inch LCD display that incorporates intelligent programmability and quick connectivity for a virtually instant GUI.
2015-05-26 2.4GHz ceramic antenna takes on consumer electronics
The Weii is an omni-directional, SMD mounted dielectric antenna that can be used to add wireless connectivity to any small electronic device such as wearables, headsets and medical devices.
2006-06-14 1W LEDs offer high brightness, wide viewing angle
Optek's new single-packaged LEDs, part of its Lednium Series of solid state lighting devices, offer up to 38 lumens and a full 120 viewing angle.
2008-07-08 1Mbit serial EEPROM completes data transfer in 1sec
STMicroelectronics has launched 1MHz two-wire serial EEPROMs in 256Kbit, 512Kbit and 1Mbit densities, compatible with I?C Fast-Mode-Plus allowing data rates up to 2.5x faster than the I?C Fast-mode.
2008-02-28 1GHz scopes claim 'fastest' memory waveform update
Agilent's new scopes, comprising its next-generation InfiniiVision 7000 series, promise bandwidths up to 1GHz and an unparalleled deep memory waveform update rate of up to 100,000 waveforms per second.
2010-03-30 1A regulator handles low current consumption apps
ON Semiconductor has launched five new CMOS linear voltage regulator families optimized for use in low current consumption portable battery-powered and 'always on' applications.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2008-04-03 16bit MCUs tout 'lowest-power,' large memory
Microchip has added nine new members to its cost-effective PIC24F 16bit MCU family, which are said to consume the least power at 2.6?A standby and feature a large memory of up to 256Kbyte flash and 16Kbyte RAM.
2008-09-01 16bit MCU: ready for 32bit action
The C166 architecture has earned itself a reputation as one of the most successful 16bit MCU families in a wide variety of industrial and automotive applications. From the start, the C166 architecture was designed for high real-time performance, with fast execution of instructions, rapid response times, and intelligent peripheral functionality.
2006-03-02 16bit MCU boasts 1.8mW/MIPS power consumption
NEC Electronics' 16bit 78KOR series of flash MCUs boasts low power consumption of 1.8mW/MIPS and six times the power/performance ratio of the company's 8bit 78K0 MCUs.
2012-04-13 16, 24bit AFEs geared for medical applications
The ADS1298 family from TI now includes five single- and dual-channel analog front ends for portable biopotential measurement applications such as ECG and EEG.
2015-03-09 15 innovative things seen at MWC 2015
Here is a presentation of 15 curious things spotted at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Spain, which highlighted many connected devices and technologies.
2009-04-22 14bit ADC promises high speed at low power
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced a dual, 14bit ADC at 250MSps to deliver a premier combination of wide signal bandwidth, high dynamic performance and low power consumption.
2015-01-09 13MP image sensor boasts remarkable sensitivity
Aimed at smartphone camera applications, the AR1335 from ON Semi promises to deliver near-digital-still-camera quality with power consumption and footprint optimised for mobile devices.
2007-01-29 12-in touch panel computer rolls for NI LabVIEW
National Instruments has released a 12-inch touch panel computer which works with the NI LabVIEW 8.20 Touch Panel Module.
2016-04-11 10nm DDR4 DRAM may extend Moore's Law
Samsung has recently revealed that its latest DRAM supports a data transfer rate of 3,200Mbit/s, which is more than 30 per cent faster than the 2,400Mbit/s rate of 20nm DDR4 DRAM.
2006-03-23 100V MOSFET reduces part count in SMPSs by 30%
Infineon's new family of 100V MOSFET devices promise to reduce part count in switched mode power supplies by 30 percent, and reduce losses of up to 20 percent.
2014-12-15 10 tech gifts for the holiday season
Here's our top 10 time-saving, life-improving, questionably necessary tech gadgets that we think you'll find irresistible enough to stuff in your own stocking this year.
2008-09-18 1.5GHz FPGAs target ASIC sockets in complex systems
Achronix Semiconductor uses asynchronous circuitry to deliver a 1.5GHz FPGA samples. The startup hopes to use its three-fold lead in data rates to grab ASIC sockets in high-end communications, test and other systems.
2007-11-28 'Super-satellite' for broadband access gets go signal
Satellite operator Inmarsat Global and the European Space Agency have given the go-ahead for an approximately $386 million project to build another satellite for broadband access.
2010-02-02 'Smallest' triaxial accelerometer handles 2g-16g
Bosch has released the BMA220 triaxial digital accelerometer, claimed to be the smallest at 2mm x 2mm x 0.98mm, a 55 percent reduction in surface area over current 3mm x 3mm LGA housings.
2008-05-06 'Smallest' solar array simulator delivers up to 1,200W
Agilent Technologies has unveiled a modular solar array simulator that offers up to 1200W power in the smallest package (2U high).
2007-11-15 'Green' silicon ink prints cheaper RFID tags
Kovio claimed that RFID tags using its 'green' silicon ink will drop Kovio's price from 15 cents today to 5 cents by 2008, when Kovio begins volume production of its inkjet-printed RFID tags.
2003-11-03 'Free engineering' era nears end
The time of free engineering is over; Bob Bailey advises that OEMs partner with the best technology companies and establish stable supply lines now, before the whole industry goes into panic.
2008-01-31 'First' pulse function arbitrary noise generator rolls
Agilent has introduced the industry's first pulse function arbitrary noise generator, which provides superior signal quality combined with versatile waveforms.
2006-08-07 'First' FPGA-based development kit rolls for PXIe
Claiming an industry first, PLDA recently said it is launching the PXIe XpressLite CY2 Development Kit for CompactPCI Express.
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