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2003-07-15 Visionaries see flexible computers using less power
Computers will be more flexible, intelligent, and require less power by the end of the decade
2012-04-30 Video encoder, decoder IP unveiled by Chips&Media
The CODA9A0 is a multistandards, multistream video decoder/encoder that supports resolutions up to 4K x 2K to meet the full HD frame packed S3D video imaging and immersive telepresencing.
2006-11-30 Under circuit void makes thinnest chips
The Institute for Microelectronics Stuttgart has developed a method to create IC die that are just 20?m thick, claiming them as the world's thinnest silicon chips
2009-03-12 Ultra-thin chips flex to fit into garments
Chips with a thickness of below 60?m could enable manufacturers to design garment with integrated electronic circuits for applications such as health and comfort monitoring
2008-06-24 Taiwan develops low-power chips for mobile markets
Taiwan's government-sponsored research arm is preparing to tape out a dual-core DSP and a single-chip WiMAX controller that aim to consumer less power than existing commercial devices, helping local companies get a leg up in mobile multimedia markets.
2009-11-13 System basis chips boost in-vehicle networks
The chips feature CAN and LIN transceivers and a scalable voltage regulator for the on-board MCU and peripherals
2011-01-21 ST samples STB decoder chips for content protection tech
STMicroelectronics announces that it is the "first" to sample STB decoder chips supporting for next-generation security and content protection technologies that include the NDS VideoGuard Security Kernel and DVB-CSA3 descrambler system
2002-07-04 Resonext chips to power 5GHz WLAN modules
WLAN chip developer Resonext Communications Inc. has inked a deal to supply Japanese conglomerate Taiyo Yuden with IEEE 802.11a chipsets for use in commercial and consumer platforms.
2008-04-24 Programmable chips deliver flexibility, differentiation
XMOS Semiconductor has introduced its first family of programmable chips dubbed XS1-G, which consists of three devices offering a choice of one, two or four of the company's XCore event-driven, multithreaded processor tiles
2007-05-31 LSI chips support TV broadcasts on PCs
NEC Electronics Corp. unveils eight new MPEG encoder chips, the ?PD61250-7 model, targeted at PC TV tuner markets to enable OEMs to build powerful multimedia PCs to receive and record worldwide digital and analog TV broadcasts
2009-03-30 Handset chips Edge toward low power
ST-Ericsson NV has announced the 4908 and 4910 for next-generation, low-cost handsets to the Edge standard. The company claims these new chips offer the longest battery life for mobile phones
2002-08-19 Flexible video encoder tailored for use with PCs
Tailored for the PC market, the GO7007 chip, together with company-developed software, is designed for high-quality videoconferencing and video e-mail applications.
2002-10-16 Flexible timing key to CCD design
CCD's performance depend on timing generator, which produces a variety of clock pulses to determine how image is acquired and reconstructed.
2008-12-02 Flexible termination on MLCCs reduce cracking
KEMET Corp. has announced that it now offers flexible termination (FT-CAP) in cap sizes 1808 through 2225 in X7R dielectric
2010-05-28 Flexible OLED display is rollable
From Sony Corp. comes a highly flexible OLED display that can be rolled around a pencil and continue to operate
2007-02-26 Design low-power multiprocessor chips
The demand for higher performance and more features has only served to increase total system power consumption.
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbonthe basis of all organic compoundsseems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors.
2005-01-28 Broadcom chips tailored for 10GbE switch apps
Broadcom out its new StrataXGS III switch architecture featuring what it claims as the world's fastest, highest performing family of fully integrated Ethernet switch chips
2010-03-25 4G/LTE chips launch comes with little chaos
Much of the WiMAX/LTE solutions at the CTIA show are still point solutions and represent a prelude to the chaos and confusion that technology vendors will be busy unraveling.
2006-02-01 VSA peers into circuit behavior between baseband, RF chips
Agilent is rolling out a combination of products that tightly integrate digital signal capture of Agilent's logic analyzers with the company's 89600 series vector signal analysis software.
2006-10-27 Tiny Flash chips offer 16/32Mbit densities
Winbond Electronics' new Flash memory chips offer 16Mbit and 32Mbit densities that fit into space-saving and cost-effective 8-pin 5.28mm SO8 packaging
2004-11-19 TI, Commit enable next-gen chips for China's 3G market
Texas Instruments Inc. and Commit Inc. are driving 3G wireless innovation in Asia, providing the Chinese wireless industry with a flexible TD-SCDMA chipset solution easily customized for supporting complex 3G applications
2012-05-17 Server memory supports Intel Xeon E5 chips
Crucial's Crucial Load-Reduced DIMM server memory supports higher memory densities than standard DDR3 RDIMMs.
2006-05-08 SD media interface chips are drop-in compatible with legacy parts
Mindspeed Technologies recently extended its broadcast video product suite with a family of standard-definition physical media-interface devices.
2005-04-06 RFID chips first to target new global spec
Philips said it has produced and tested first samples of an RFID chip compliant with EPCglobal's Ultra High Frequency Electronic Product Code Class 1 Generation 2 (G2) standard.
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.
2008-06-17 Quad-core Opteron chips 'scale up' data centers
AMD has released four new quad-core AMD Opteron SE processors designed to help IT managers take a new approach to "scaling up" their data center.
2004-07-22 Matsushita selects Rambus interface for TV chips
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd, Japan, has signed an agreement with Rambus Inc. to integrate that company's DDR2 interface cell into its next-generation digital television (DTV) chipsets.
2011-03-03 Kontron modules tout Freescale QorIQ chips for networking, control apps
Kontron's AM4120 AdvancedMC processor module will enable OEMs and system integrators to take leverage the integrated and scalable QorIQ processors on MicroTCA and AdvancedTCA platforms.
2015-01-19 High-speed IC test handler offers flexible control
Aimed at smartphone makers, the NS8040SH from Epson supports additional test modes and packs sophisticated robots that reliably handle the devices under test.
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