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2008-07-24 Project Galaxy allots $6.4M for GALS research
The EU-funded Project Galaxy has started developing a design process for globally asynchronous, locally synchronous (GALS) architecture chips with novel network-on-chip (NoC) capabilities
2003-01-31 China Putian to distribute Tyco Electronics products in China
Tyco Electronics Power Systems and China Putian Corp. have entered into an MoU under which China Putian will sell and distribute Tyco Electronics' telecom power products in the Greater China region
2005-03-03 Synopsys, ARM collaborate on energy management
Synopsys Inc. and ARM Ltd have jointly developed a low-power reference methodology for implementing ARM's energy manager technology in silicon
2005-03-17 Synopsys unveils 'next-gen' compiler for physical design
Synopsys unveiled a physical design solution, which the company claims provides leading-edge performance and already carries endorsements by key IC suppliers.
2015-03-02 Samsung smartphones tout 14nm Exynos SoC
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will use an Exynos 7 octacore processor with four cores running at 1.5GHz and four at 2.1GHz. These are 35 per cent more energy efficient than those in the Galaxy Note 4
2003-10-09 Process tool promises yield optimization
PDF Solutions Inc. is expanding into EDA with a tool that claims to improve designs for optimum yield during the physical-synthesis stage.
2007-07-16 Multicore reshapes EDA landscape
The largest EDA vendors acknowledge that the advent of multicore processors is a cause for both celebration and concern. Multicore platforms will provide much-needed compute power as transistor counts soar at 65nm and below. But legacy applications could prove difficult or even impossible to parallelize
2002-08-09 Modular UPS extends scalability
The Galaxy PW line of UPS has a scalable architecture and is claimed by the MGE UPS to be one of the most robust backup solutions for the IT and critical-process infrastructure
2003-07-01 Do-it-all tools: Good news and bad
Integrated solutions have some advantages in them; however, let us hope it doesn't usher in an era of being locked into single-vendor solutions.
2006-04-24 Agere standardizes on Synopsys platforms
Synopsys announced that Agere has standardized on Synopsys' Galaxy Design and Discovery Platforms for implementation and verification in its digital design flows
2005-03-30 'Concurrent' IC design suite rolls
Synopsys rolled out IC Compiler, which concurrently runs physical synthesis, clock tree synthesis, placement, routing, yield optimization and signoff correlation.
2010-10-29 Smartphone chips found in Samsung tablet PC
A teardown revealed that Samsung's Galaxy Tab uses up to 11 components that are used in the company's Galaxy S cellphone, including a Hummingbird processor
2011-03-07 iPad 2 joins dual-core club
Calling 2011 "the year for dual-core tablets," experts believe the extra horsepower provided by the A5 SoC will help transform tablets from content consumption to content creation systems
2015-02-05 ARM, Synopsys join forces for next-gen mobile device designs
The team up will use the IC Compiler II place and route solution to enable superior implementation of power-efficient designs by delivering a reference implementation flow for the ARM Cortex-A72 processor
2015-03-19 Wireless charging to make headway in 2015
PowerbyProxi unveiled an evaluation kit that supports both Resonant Qi and Inductive Qi modes, enabling OEMs to integrate the WPCs Qi standard into their smartphones and other devices.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011.
2011-11-08 TI exec discusses Omap future
TI sees the future of mobile applications processors as capable of handling neuro, fuzzy-based and even humanistic intelligence.
2005-04-18 Synopsys unveils 'next-gen' compiler
The company introduces a physical design solution which it says provides concurrent clock tree synthesis, routing and yield optimization.
2015-02-20 Sony moves on with synergy exit
Sony is now emphasising profitability over volume. The company also declared that it's now positioning a Return on Equity (ROE) as its primary key performance indicator.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2015-01-12 Samsung reveals advanced mobile memory
While the LPDDR4 chip received an honorary innovation award at CES, it won't make its way to flagship phones until later this year when Samsung partners ship devices now in development.
2006-05-16 Running start helps clear 90nm hurdles
Back in 2004, fabless IC maker Sandbridge Technologies couldn't get the performance it needed at the 0.13?m process node. The wireless-telecom player took a risk and became one of the first companies to try the relatively untested 90nm node.
2014-03-05 Researchers develop low-cost gesture recognition system
Scientists from the University of Washington stated that "AllSee" can run without batteries and lets users control their electronic devices hidden from sight with simple hand movements.
2003-12-01 Process tool promises yield optimization
PDF Solutions is expanding into EDA with a tool that claims to improve designs for optimum yield during the physical-synthesis step in the digital IC design process.
2011-06-09 OEMS join touchscreen bandwagon
OEMs are joining the touchscreen bandwagon, creating an instant ecosystem that could vanish just as fast if LCD makers build touchscreens directly onto displays.
2015-03-12 More than 100 tapeouts use 16nm FinFET-based process
Synopsys said the latest chips include a quad ARM Cortex-A72 device made in TSMC's 16nm process, while Cadence unveiled a physical design tool that touts significant speed ups in FinFET and planar processes.
2014-02-12 Korean researchers upgrade Google Glass
Researchers from KAIST leapfrogged Google's Project Glass with a custom chip geared to deliver augmented reality experiences on a heads-up display.
2014-07-23 IoT drives energy harvesting solutions for wearables
One of the more recent emerging market segments covered under the Internet of Things that is particularly interesting from an energy harvesting perspective is the wearable electronics category.
2013-04-15 IMI banks on smart sensors, managed growth
IMI CEO Arthur Tan told EE Times Asia that his company chooses a managed growth approach by investing on manufacturing capabilities geared for the automotive and medical industries rather than the consumer market because they are less volatile sectors.
2016-03-31 Imagination focuses on secure, differentiated IP platforms
EE Times China's editors met Imagination Technologies' at their summit in Shanghai to learn about the key technologies the company uses in its products.
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