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2004-05-20 PMC-Sierra debuts integrated SoC
PMC-Sierra is debuting a CPU-based offering that looks a lot more like an application-specific standard product than like a traditional CPU.
2010-08-10 Platform tapes out 180nm CMOS bus controller
Synopsys reports the tape out of a complex mixed-signal chip using the company's Galaxy Implementation Platform, including full-chip editing and final chip-finishing tasks.
2005-06-16 Platform SoCs now possible
To a large extent, platform SoCs have been science fiction--until now. Such designs can span a wide range of markets.
2005-01-25 Platform enables designers to anticipate power requirements at start of design cycle
Faraday introduced its PowerSlash IP family and design platform that enables designers to anticipate low power design requirements at the beginning of the design cycle.
2003-03-19 Philips' Silicon Hive to develop IP cores
Philips Research is spinning out a reconfigurable computing architecture it has kept under wraps since the early 1990s to an incubator company called Silicon Hive, which will develop and license synthesizable IP cores.
2005-01-17 Philips Semi pushes ARM outside MCU envelope
Two trends are converging on the 32bit MCU segment, accelerating CPU power growth, memory size and I/O sophistication.
2014-03-10 Perform electrical characterisation of biosensors
Proper testing of the electrical portions of these sensors is essential to support their development.
2002-04-02 PDF asks software to improve chip yields
Taking its semiconductor yield enhancement technology into the chip design world, PDF Solutions Inc. has rolled out Design-Based Yield Improvement, a services and software offering aimed at fabless semiconductor providers.
2004-03-16 Passive integration activates wireless
The PiiP concept is a unique design approach for integrating package-level design into the silicon world via BiCMOS SiGe process.
2013-03-12 Packaged telematics suit tough automotive apps
Telematics applications are becoming standard features in cars and trucks, thus the demand is growing for robust RF components qualified to AEC-Q200.
2007-05-09 Open constraint format sparks new EDA standards discussion
Is a new EDA standard effort in the offing? The recent Synopsys Interoperability Forum may have offered the public the first view of an open analog constraint format.
2013-10-01 OLED efficiency enhanced by wagon-wheel shaped molecule
University of Utah physicists developed the "pi-conjugated spoked-wheel macrocycle," an organic molecule shaped like a rotelle pasta, which can improve the efficiency of organic LED light bulbs.
2008-12-01 Nüvi 205 expands horizon for GPS navigation system
No longer at prices that force PNDs into locked glass cabinets, the $199 PND is driving the growing commodity status of standalone GPS systems.
2008-11-17 New tech responds to 40nm, 65nm design needs
Fabless ASIC company Open-Silicon has released new technologies to address design issues common to the 40nm and 65nm nodes.
2004-10-29 New substrate provides 'instant on' heat for auto apps
TT Electronics developed a tubular aluminum substrate resistive technology that delivers tightly controlled instant on heat with greater than 95 percent efficiency.
2010-11-15 Neural device market grows
Several startups are starting to offer neural devices as electronic solutions for medical conditions such as epilepsy, stroke and depression, including neural implants.
2009-07-20 NetLogic, TSMC work on 40nm Gbit PHY
NetLogic Microsystems Inc. and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. have partnered on 40nm-G semiconductor process technology for NetLogic's advanced knowledge-based processors and 10/40/100GbE PHY solutions.
2011-05-17 NAND Flash controller supports ONFI 3
Arasan Chip Systems has released NAND Flash Controllers supporting the newest Open NAND Flash Interface (ONFI) 3.0 specification.
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.
2001-04-15 Multichip DRAMs serve graphics apps
No technology can last forever. So the question arises: how long can multichip package solutions last in the diverse and rapidly changing graphics market?
2003-11-03 Move beyond the legacy of IR drop
Chang warns SoC designers to move beyond the IR-drop legacy and its oversimplifications.
2011-07-25 MOSFETs target power tools, e-bikes
Renesas has launched 40V and 60V power MOSFETsbelieved to have the lowest loss levels in the industrythat are designed to increase battery life.
2005-08-08 MKS unveils 'most flexible, versatile' ozone generation subsystem
MKS Instruments Inc. introduced its O3MEGA ozone delivery subsystem, which is touted to be the most flexible, versatile and cost-effective ozone generation subsystem available.
2005-09-30 MIPS32 core based computing subsystem is available for SoCs
K-Micro has launched its MIPS32 24Kf core-based computing subsystem, called Topaz, for integration into SoCs
2012-12-13 Minimising self noise for MEMS microphone apps
Learn why MEMS microphones are now ready for many new high performance applications.
2006-10-02 Migration to 90nm faster than expected
Despite the challenges, the transition to 90nm designs is proceeding more smoothly than the earlier move to 130nm design rules.
2009-11-17 MicroSD card brings extreme gaming into handsets
When embedded in a microSD card, the FXI die can turn slot-enabled, hand-held devices into high-end console gaming platforms.
2006-07-14 Micron joins IMEC's 32nm research platform
IMEC announced that Micron Technology joined its (sub)-32nm CMOS research platform as core partner.
2010-05-12 Microfluidic ICs simplify lab-on-a-chip apps
University of Michigan researchers have created microfluidic ICs as a way to simplify lab-on-a-chip devices that could offer quicker, cheaper and more portable medical tests.
2001-05-01 Mentor CEO argues FPGAs will drive platforms
This article describes how FPGA platforms will innovate designs and how engineers can make the most out of it.
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