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2015-03-30 Paving the way for Exascale computing
Here is an article that explores the promises and challenges surrounding Exascale computing, which is touted as the next big goal in supercomputer performance.
2012-08-16 Partnership speeds multicore dev't on TI's TMS320C66x DSPs
CommAgility and PolyCore Software teamed up to speed up multicore software development with tools for CommAgility's DSP boards using PSI's Poly-Platform.
2002-10-22 Open-source C compiler targets FPGAs
Seeking to eliminate the need for detailed hardware expertise for FPGA design, a research group at the Los Alamos National Laboratory developed an open-source C compiler for reconfigurable logic.
2002-11-07 Oki unveils ARM9-based automobile ECU
The company has unveiled the ML67Q2003 MCU, which is touted to be the industry's first ARM9 core family-based 32-bit ECU for the automotive market.
2008-03-28 NXP beefs up ARM MCU portfolio
NXP Semiconductors has announced the expansion of its ARM7 and ARM9 MCU portfolio with the introduction of the LPC3200 family.
2010-04-01 Nvidia, AMD go head-to-head on adapter cards
Ranking according to price, power consumption and performance, Jon Peddie Research gives AMD's HD5870 graphics adapter cards nearly twice the score of Nvidia's GTX480 cards.
2006-11-14 NVidia spins new twist for PC graphics
PC graphics takes a new twist as NVidia rolls out its latest graphics processorGeForce 8800.
2002-11-19 Nvidia rolls high-end graphics processor
Nvidia Corp. rolled out its long awaited GeForce FX graphics processor at the Comdex Fall 2002 trade show.
2004-04-27 Nvidia graphics solution has increased programmability
Nvidia claims that its Quadro FX 4000 is a professional graphics solution that shatters all performance and image quality records.
2004-04-20 Nvidia debuts new graphics processors made by IBM
Nvidia has rolled out its GeForce 6800 line of 130nm graphics processing units for desktop PCs.
2003-11-27 Novel processor stirs petascale controversy
A prominent Stanford researcher has designed a novel microprocessor he claims could power a range of mighty yet less costly scientific computers.
2007-04-10 NI, Freescale, Wind River collaborate on industrial control platform
National Instruments, Freescale Semiconductor and Wind River have collaborated on the latest real-time controller for the NI CompactRIO platform.
2011-05-11 NI expands CompactRIO platform with new systems
National Instruments has released the CompactRIO platform with a new system design that aims to improve time to market and lower development costs of machines and embedded devices.
2007-11-29 NI cuts CompactRIO cost to suit high-volume machines builders
National Instruments has unveiled the new cRIO-9072 and cRIO-9074 CompactRIO systems that give machine builders a suitable solution for rapidly deploying industrial machines at high volume.
2005-11-11 New-generation of Atmel's SPARC processor now available
AT697 is the new generation of Atmel Corp.'s radiation hardened 32bit SPARC processor designed for the space industry
2005-07-06 New version of Xilinx's MicroBlaze soft processor now available
Xilinx has unveiled the 4.00 version of its MicroBlaze soft processor, which now operates at frequencies up to 200MHz in Virtex-4 FPGAs, delivering a 25 percent increase in core performance compared to previous versions.
2005-08-19 New MCU models from Renesas
Renesas Technology announced four SH7261 high-performance MCU models, incorporating the 32bit RISC MCU SuperH family's new SH2A-FPU CPU core, for use in car audio, home audio and similar digital audio products.
2009-01-07 Netbook bandwagon welcomes new processors, chips
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. is trying to drive netbooks to lower price points with a new ARM-based processor while Nvidia wants to ratchet up their performance with a more muscular graphics chip.
2003-10-22 NEC, ARM ink long-term partnership
NEC Electronics Corp. and ARM Ltd have entered into a long-term strategic partnership.
2003-08-04 NEC MCU offers 5 F-CAN interfaces
NEC Electronics America Inc. has announced the availability of its V850E/CG2 device, a 32-bit MCU that is designed for use in high-end automotive apps.
2004-06-17 NEC blade server with Intel Itanium 2 processor
NEC released a new blade server that contains up to two Intel Itanium 2 Processors in a single blade.
2004-01-09 Multithread processor aims at scientific apps
Media processors have struggled to gain wide acceptance, but their allure still proves too hard for some chip makers to resist.
2016-03-01 Multiprotocol wireless SoCs streamline IoT connectivity
Silicon Labs said the Wireless Gecko SoCs integrate a powerful ARM Cortex-M4 core, energy-friendly Gecko technology, a 2.4GHz radio with up to 19.5dBm output power, and advanced hardware cryptography.
2005-05-27 Multiple-processor VME boards serve air-cooled MIL apps
The new VME boards from Mercury Computer Systems are primarily slated for high-end military apps.
2009-09-01 Multicore showdown: Rainbow Falls vs. Power7
Sun claimed a new watermark for server CPUs with Rainbow Falls processor but analysts gave the IBM Power7 kudos as the more compelling achievement in the latest round of high-end server processors.
2010-06-24 Multicore processors achieve up to 2.5GHz
Freescale Semiconductor is rolling out the QorIQ 64bit platform based on Power Architecture technology featuring the e5500 core, designed to reach frequencies up to 2.5GHz.
2007-05-15 Multicore MCUs operate up to 200MHz
Renesas Technology Corp. has developed five SH7205 and SH7265 MCU models that incorporate two SH2A-FPU CPU cores and operate at a maximum frequency of 200MHz.
2011-05-11 Multicore DSPs get software updates
Texas Instruments is introducing several software updates for its multicore digital signal processors that it hopes will bring rapid development on multicore architecture and designs.
2011-11-11 Multicore DSP geared for mission critical apps
TI's C66x DSPs can be used in SDRs, radars and surveillance and imaging systems, as well as servers, video processing networks and security.
2015-06-08 Moving closer to full cognitive radio
This article explores the concept of cognitive radio, which promises to offer much higher utilisation of the available spectrum.
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