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2005-01-27 DMT to adopt ARM926EJ processor
China-based fabless company Datang Microelectronics Technologies Co. Ltd (DMT) has licensed the ARM926EJ processor
2010-11-30 Design methods shift to software
Changes in electronics design methodology seem to occur in ten-year stagesfrom the IDM's of the 1970s, ASICs in the 1980s, fabless companies in the 1990s, to the 2000s when application software took control
2006-09-01 Crypto model checks IP leakage in fabs
Security specialist Certicom rolled out a hardware-based approach to protecting silicon IP using its elliptic-curve cryptography technology and a 20,000-gate embedded core. The company hopes to gain an early-mover advantage as commercial and military developers step up efforts in semiconductor security
2012-11-23 Clarke: Is GlobalFoundries leaving easy street?
The company's announcement of a goal for profitability by 2015 means that it may have to fund future wafer fabs from profits, which is no easy task
2011-06-09 China startup crafts 'unified' multicore processor
A China fabless startup, ICube Corp., is challenging Google's Android mobile processor with its own version of a multicore processor architecture
2005-06-21 China contract maker creates network interface cards for Perfisans
Perfisans Networks Corp., a fabless semiconductor company, has partnered with PC Partner for the manufacturing of its Gigabit Ethernet network interface cards (NIC
2014-04-01 CEO of China's SMIC talks about global expansion
EE Times correspondent Junko Yoshida sat down with SMIC CEO Tzu-Yin Chiu in a one-on-one interview that revealed the company's interest to expand globally
2008-11-25 Cavium Networks buys W&W Communications
Cavium Networks has signed a definitive agreement to acquire fabless semiconductor company W&W Communications Inc
2005-07-15 Broadcom's new solution targets wireless stereo headsets
Broadcom has developed a single-chip Bluetooth solution specifically designed for wireless stereo headsets
2015-01-13 Broadcom moves past LTE, 5G cellular to refocus in broadband
After dropping its smartphone modem business, which was eating away about $2 million a day from Broadcom, CEO McGregor said his company if now focusing on the broadband and connectivity
2007-12-18 Atheros acquires GPS specialist u-Nav
Atheros Communications has signed an agreement to acquire u-Nav Microelectronics, a privately held fabless semiconductor company specializing in GPS chipsets and software
2002-10-24 ASIC startup rethinks coarse-grained architectures
Fabless startup Telairity Semiconductor Inc. has joined the growing list of vendors offering some form of coarse-grained ASIC architecture, but with a significant twist
2010-11-09 Analysts bet on Intel foundry move
Intel's announcement that it will manufacture FPGAs for programmable logic startup Achronix Semiconductor Corp. at 22nm has analysts guessing about the company's move into the foundry business
2005-07-26 Analyst says consumer WLAN adoption still in its infancy
The wave of wireless LAN (WLAN) in consumer applications is just beginning and will have a profound affect on the lives of consumers, according to an industry analyst and executives at fabless semiconductor supplier Marvell
2010-05-26 Analysis: UMC needs new strategy
Despite the current upturn and renewed growth at UMC, many wonder if the foundry vendor will survive in the long run, as the company has fallen behind the technology curve
2013-05-29 Analysis: More to join ST in FDSOI ecosystem
STMicroelectronics will soon find company in what's currently seen as an empty FDSOI ecosystem as momentum slowly but surely builds up on a global scale
2009-05-12 Analysis: MIPS-Chipidea not a good mix
MIPS Technologies Inc., which in August 2007 bought Chipidea, a Portuguese analog and mixed-signal IP company, announced May 8 that it has divested its analog business group to Synopsys Inc. in an all-cash transaction for $22 million, effective immediately
2010-10-28 Analog startup takes on Korea giants
Silicon Mitus Inc., a Korea supplier of analog and mixed-signal devices, is quietly grabbing some power management chip sockets inside the South Korean consumer electronics giants
2007-06-18 AMD predicts multicore future
Dave Orton, ATI's former CEO and now AMD's executive VP for Visual and Media Business, talked with EE Times about some of the company's targets and technical hurdles with getting Fusion devices ready for market. He also elaborated on AMD's vision and its progress toward the multicore future
2003-04-09 Agere claims first low-k DSP for comms
The company has employed TSMC's 130nm low-k process on its designs; claiming it is ready for volume shipments of a DSP aimed at cellular basestations
2006-11-08 90nm structured ASICs out to replace FPGAs
Seeking to displace FPGAs and other chip technologies in the marketplace, eASIC Corp. came out of its shell with a bang by unveiling a new 90nm structured ASIC line
2008-09-01 3D-TSVs spark packaging revolution
Chips face the so-called "More-than-Moore" 3D integration route in order to pursue the continued aggressive scaling demanded by the historical law. 3D integration with through-silicon vias (3D-TSV) will accelerate the consolidation happening in CMOS wafer fabs and the shift toward the fabless foundry model
2013-11-12 3D IC success hinges on major foundries
3D chip stack technology is real and has users, but not high-volume ones, according to a panel of experts
2010-04-09 Scalise: More activity awaits SIA in DC
Semiconductor Industry Association president George Scalise talks about the company's transition to close its office in Silicon Valley and his retirement
2011-01-11 Qualcomm pushes forward in chips, displays, power
The fabless chip vendor has announced several developments for 2011, including deals with Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs, Verizon Wireless, Duracell and Powermat
2007-12-05 TI takes Chipcon founder to court
TI has filed a lawsuit against Geir Forre, founder of Chipcon, which TI acquired it January 2006, for allegedly trying to recruit TI staff in contravention of terms and conditions laid down at the time of the acquisition.
2002-09-02 Synad adopts LTX, STATS technologies for WLAN chipsets
Synad Technologies has selected LTX Corp.'s Fusion CX configuration technology for its dual-band WLAN chipsets.
2006-05-16 SigmaTel to challenge with integrated TV ICs
SigmaTel Inc. has entered the TV audio market with a line of high-fidelity, multistandard TV audio processors.
2011-06-16 Should Google join 'white-space' radio?
Neul founders James Collier and Glenn Collinson intend to leverage on their Bluetooth success with their new tilt on "white-space' radio.
2011-06-08 Qualcomm invests in MEMs firm
Qualcomm is investing in embedded MEMS developer Cavendish Kinetics. Cavendish will use the funding to produce RF tuning devices based on its NanoMech technology.
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