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2009-07-28 Computer-on-module supports SSDDR SODIMM
Adlink Technology Inc. has announced that its ETX-AT computer-on-module based has been designed and verified for use with Virtium's SSDDR SODIMM dual function memory modules, while maintaining full backwards compatibility with standard SODIMM memory
2003-02-05 Celetron to distribute Micron products in India
Micron Semiconductor Products Inc. has signed Celetron Int. Ltd to distribute Micron's entire line of memory semiconductors and imaging products its products throughout India
2005-06-17 Atmel, u-blox offer tracking tech for handheld, auto apps
Atmel and u-blox AG have announced the availability of a GPS weak signal tracking technology, called SuperSense, supporting Atmel's ANTARIS GPS chipsets and GPS modules from u-blox. The SuperSense targets the automotive and handheld, FCC E-911 Phase II-compliant GPS product applications
2004-11-16 Atmel MCU consumes 300?A at 1MHz
Atmel announced four new members of its LCD AVR flash MCU family that promise to address the requirements of portable and battery operated apps
2004-05-18 AboUnion launches SD module line
AboUnion Technology Corp. launched a new secure digital (SD) module line early last month. With this new line, the company's monthly capacity for memory cards has doubled from 200,000 to 400,000 units since last month
2008-04-09 8bit MCUs simplify white goods design
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced three highly integrated 8bit S08AC MCUs that expand the range of flash memory and performance options for cost-sensitive large appliance applications
2008-10-02 256Gbyte SSDs with MLC ready for market debut
Toshiba has enhanced its line up of NAND-flash-based SSD with the addition of a 256Gbyte model and the launch of small-sized flash modules
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.
2015-07-21 Utilising FRAMs in automotive applications
FRAMs can be used for nonvolatile data logging in most automotive sub systems. This technical article discusses the use of FRAM in Automotive Event Data Recorders.
2013-11-05 Teardown: iPad Air's A7 faster at 1.4GHz
Early teardowns of the iPad Air from Chipworks and iFixit point to a relatively faster A7 processor and a host of components similar to those found in previous generations.
2014-10-22 SK Hynix develops 16GB DDR4 NVDIMM on 20nm class technology
SK Hynix' NVDIMM can send DRAM data to NAND Flash whose density is twice that of the DRAM in an unanticipated power loss by combining DRAM, NAND Flash and the module controller in a single module
2009-04-20 Secure MCU packs NV SRAM, tamper-detection tech
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAXQ1850 high-performance 32bit RISC microcontroller for the financial terminal market.
2006-09-14 Saifun, Tower Semi ink NROM agreement
Saifun and Tower Semi have signed a new agreement whereby Saifun extends the license of the Saifun NROM technology to Tower for the manufacture of embedded flash end Embedded EEPROM products
2007-09-28 Ramtron 8051-based MCU has 2Kbyte FRAM
Ramtron International has launched the VRS51L3072, an 8051-based MCU with 2Kbytes of non-volatile FRAM.
2007-06-01 Prius drives with smart GPS navigation system
A DVD player under the driver's seat holds navigation system map data that's read in conjunction with the real-time GPS satellite location to yield the guidance information displayed the Toyota Prius dashboard screen.
2007-08-29 Optical switch links up to 16 ports in ATE systems
The Yokogawa AQ2200-412 is a 1 x 16 low insertion loss optical switch for use in ATE systems.
2004-02-02 Open architecture ATE tackles test woes
The basic idea behind the open architecture test system is to provide such modularization with specific focus on the use of third-party modules and test instruments
2015-06-09 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 3)
In Part 3, we explore a few more examples of core independent peripherals; combining their functionality with analogue peripherals to create new intelligent analogue solutions.
2015-05-21 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 1)
Thankfully, it is far from truth that there is nothing left to be invented in the realm of embedded control. This series looks into the various innovations occurring right now in front of our eyes.
2002-06-11 Motorola adopts Cadence AMS Designer for next-gen SoC designs
Cadence Design Systems Inc. has signed an agreement with Motorola to provide the latter's Semiconductor Products Sector division with the Cadence AMS Designer simulation tool suite, which will be used for next-generation SoC designs.
2006-12-18 MCPs drive today's handhelds
The adoption of multichip packages (MCPs) in such mobile systems as cellphones, digital cameras and MP3 players is nearing its peak, according to market research firm Portelligent.
2013-11-08 IBM's FlashSystem storage enhances European cloud
Cegeka, a cloud provider offering IaaS, SaaS and telephony throughout Europe incorporated IBM's storage system into its infrastructure to speed up performance of client's SAP applications.
2007-03-08 8bit MCU delivers performance from tiny package
Silicon Labs has launched a highly integrated 8bit MCU that combines a 25MIPS CPU, 10bit ADC and an internal 2 percent oscillator in a 3-by-3mm package.
2010-01-13 32nm SSDs deliver design flexibility, cost savings
Toshiba Corp. grows its line-up of solid-state drives (SSDs) based on the company's 32nm multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memories
2013-05-17 8bit PIC microcontroller expanded for intelligent analogue needs
Featuring a complementary output generator, the PIC16F75X line of 8bit microcontrollers increases overall system capabilities while reducing cost.
2011-04-20 VPX boards pair for high performance computing
Acromag's VPX boards feature a Virtex-5 FPGA with multiple high-speed memory buffers and a high-throughput PCIe interface
2012-09-17 Toshiba opens MtM foundry to EU fabs
Toshiba has extended foundry and process development services to EU clients and expanded NAND flash memory production
2002-01-23 Toshiba 32-bit processor targeted at automotive displays
The TMPR3916F 32-bit MIPS-based microprocessor integrates a dedicated graphics display controller, memory controller and CAN modules to enable compact, system solutions with improved graphics performance
2008-03-04 ST offers free TCP/IP stack for STR91x
ST has made the NicheLite TCP/IP stack available free of charge with its STR91x 32bit flash MCUs featured for networking applications
2002-06-06 Skypower to use Microtune wireless connectivity solution
Microtune Inc. has signed an agreement with Skypower Wireless Ltd, a designer and manufacturer of Bluetooth products and modules
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