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2004-06-22 Grid software firm seeks role in global design
Electronic design activities are moving to places like mainland China and India after bursting of bubble.
2012-04-19 Google uncovers OpenFlow network
OpenFlow is a technique for controlling network operations in software run on centralized computer servers saving cost, time and power.
2014-01-13 Google Glass expands Hyundai's car human machine interface
Covisint worked with Hyundai to extend the dashboard functionalities of the car maker's offerings.
2014-12-11 G.fast company hits $17M in latest funding round
Sckipio Technologies hopes to gain a sizable chunk from the G.fast market that is predicted to explode to an almost $2.9-billion opportunity by 2020.
2009-12-22 Full HD H.264/MPEG SoC powers flat-panel DTVs
The device meets increasingly stringent energy use standards for "green" CE while enabling the Faroudja video processing technology.
2015-08-17 Flash Memory Summit paints SSD, flash future
During the event, Mike Jadon, CEO of Radian Memory Systems, revealed his company's Symphonic software that aims to replace the FTL code originally written in 1988 by Robert Norman of SanDisk.
2014-01-08 Examining the sparse matrix problem
The semiconductor ecosystem itself is transitioning towards an increasingly complex yet transparent Internet, making it harder for upstart companies to get into the microprocessor business.
2013-08-23 Embedded ultrathin radios let walls listen, talk
Princeton University researchers placed ultrathin radios directly on plastic sheets that can be applied to walls and other structures to enable invisible communications systems.
2008-01-14 DisplayPort ready to ramp, may target DTVs
Designed by PC makers as a replacement for the aging DVI, VGA and LVDS interconnects in desktops, notebooks and LCD monitors, DisplayPort ultimately may see use as link in DTV as well.
2007-01-12 Discretix gets $20M boost from VC groups
Discretix, the Israeli start-up developing co-processors for embedded security targeted at mobile devices, has raised $20 million in third-round funding.
2013-04-30 Cypress semiconductor readies for 32bit PSoCs
Over the next two years, Cypress aims to expand the amount of memory and the programmable analogue and digital blocks on PSoC 4 by a factor of four or more.
2014-10-09 Cortus wrestles ARM in deeply embedded arena
Cortus developed a family of products based on its v2 instruction set offering increased code density that will meet the power and size requirements of new connected devices.
2002-01-13 Coalition offers OpenAccess source code
Marking a major milestone for EDA tool interoperability, the OpenAccess Coalition has announced the availability of source code for the OpenAccess 2.0 database.
2009-01-13 CES: Hard times evident in empty seats
The empty seats and booths at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show bore witness to how much the electronics industry really is suffering.
2002-05-21 Cadence asks EDA vendors to build bridges between databases
Cadence Design Systems Inc. issued an open letter to electronic design automation companies, Thursday (May 16), asking them all to support the creation of an "interoperable infrastructure" between their databases.
2008-08-18 Blu-ray victory fizzles out
How will the spoils of the format war compare with the bounty that Blu-ray's predecessor, standard-definition (SD) DVD, enjoyed during its reign as the video optical-disc format king?
2012-06-01 ASTC, Tanner to partner in ASIC design
John S. Zuk, vice president for marketing & business strategy at Tanner EDA, specified that ASTC teams will be utilizing the complete Tanner EDA tool suite.
2015-03-13 Assessing the future of custom ASICs
In this article, we will have a look at the trends that have caused the hardware industry to favour a sit-and-wait approach to innovation, and suggest what will be a fundamental shift in product innovation.
2002-02-18 Apple, Ericsson, Sun package MPEG-4 delivery approach
Apple, Ericsson and Sun Microsystems announced Feb. 12 a relationship based on MPEG-4 that is designed to allow carriers and operators to bridge the gap between content providers and wireless consumers.
2012-09-27 Android tablet wars putting the pressure on Rockchip
Rockchip faces stiff competition from multinational chip companies like Samsung Electronics and Taiwanese behemoth MediaTek.
2006-03-21 Analyst warns LCD forecasts may fall short
Spot softness in demand and slower-than-expected price drops could signal a weakening of the LCD TV market in coming months, according to a report Wedbush Morgan Securities.
2009-01-16 Analysis: ST keeps Europe IC market afloat
Amidst the turmoil, STMicroelectronics NV is emerging as the most likely beneficiary of Europe's multiyear and now rapidly accelerating restructuring of regional high-tech markets
2007-08-07 AMD tips 'first' GPU with native DisplayPort 1.1
AMD has announced the successful interoperability testing of its next-generation GPU with a native DisplayPort 1.1 transmitter.
2011-06-24 AMD quits BAPCo, disputes benchmarking standards
AMD traded shots though public statements against BAPCo after the former quit from the benchmarking consortium.
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