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2006-08-29 Graphic cards promise high-end performance, low cost
ATI Technologies has launched three graphics cards that promise the quality and performance of the company's highest end cards for unmatched prices
2007-08-23 Graphic cards feature unique cooling method
BFG Technologies has released the Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT OC and OC2 graphics cards that feature the ThermoIntelligence cooling method
2010-11-04 Quad-SIM solution allows 4 cards to run on standby
Spreadtrum adds quad-SIM chip to portfolio after producing first dual- and triple-SIM solutions
2008-10-09 Graphics cards pack in gaming, HD multimedia performance
AMD has introduced the ATI Radeon HD 4550 and ATI Radeon HD 4350 graphics cards, the latest additions to its ATI Radeon HD 4000 series graphics lineup
2003-11-28 Taiwan IC industry posts 35.7 percent growth
The Taiwan's IC industry has posted a production value of NT$233.30B in the third quarter of this year.
2015-03-17 Power MOSFETs offer up to 20A in 4mm x 6mm TQFN package
Micrel said the power MOSFETs have been optimised for low gate capacitance to allow fast switching performance for minimal switching losses while their low on-resistance reduces conduction losses.
2008-07-28 Kontron releases updated UGM spec
Kontron has revised the Universal Graphics Module (UGM) standard for long-term available and custom scalable high-end PEG graphics.
2004-12-28 Camera kit includes 'first USB three-in-one camera processor'
ST's latest 2MP USB camera includes its UXGA image sensor with improved low-light performance, and its USB video-class-compliant three-in-one camera processor.
2004-02-16 Increasing DSP performance breeds new, unexpected applications
Each time a new DSP chip rises to a higher level of performance, the industry can look forward to groundbreaking applications that will be created.
2008-08-14 AMD powers Blizzard games with Radeon graphics
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has entered into an agreement with Blizzard Entertainment that will allow the chipmaker to bundle Blizzard's best games across all ATI Radeon graphics products.
2005-08-25 Sipex rolls out new 2A memory termination regulator
Sipex launched a 2A memory termination regulator that is designed to drive applications that use DDR Memory, such as mother boards, graphic cards, supply splitters and memory modules.
2008-07-11 Qimonda heats up competition with GDDR5 ICs
In a continuing bleakly memory chip market, Qimonda hopes to gain an edge over the competition through its early adoption of GDDR5 technology for graphic memories
2013-08-05 Power block devices target DC-DC synchronous buck apps
The IRFH4251D and IRFH4253D claim to deliver benchmark power density in a 5 x 6mm PQFN package aimed at netcom equipment, servers, graphic cards, desktops, Ultrabooks and notebooks.
2002-04-01 Linear Tech step-down controller delivers up to 4A output
Linear Technology's LTC3701 step-down controller converts an input of 2.5V to 9.8V, into two lower output voltages at up to 4A each, making it suitable for use in Fibre Channel boards, notebook PCs, POS terminals, and graphic cards.
2010-02-22 Industrial server packs PCIe x4/x16 slots
From Kontron comes the Kontron Industrial Silent Server (KISS) 2U that may be equipped with up to 4 PCIe x4 cards and one PCIe x16 card
2006-06-14 Vishay adds 2525-footprint inductors to IHLP line
Vishay is extending its IHLP family of inductors with new devices in the 2525-size footprint that promise to offer inductance values from 10H to 0.56H.
2004-01-30 STMicro flash devices operate at 50MHz bus frequency
STMicroelectronics has added two higher density serial flash memories, the 16Mbit M25P16 and the 32Mbit M25P32, to its existing Serial Flash family.
2008-01-16 Step-up compliance tests for HDMI 1.3
With the proper test solution, comprising hardware, software and accessories, HDMI tests can now be run reliably and conveniently. In this discussion, high-speed electrical sink and source tests were used as an example. The recommended solution for these tests consists of a TMDS signal generator, a high-bandwidth real-time oscilloscope and test automation software.
2007-07-03 Serial flash takes steps to overtake parallel flash
With 1.4 billion units projected to ship this year, the serial NOR flash is in the fast lane of market growth.
2005-06-30 Samsung unveils 'fastest 2Gbps 90nm 512Mb GDDR3 DRAM'
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed what it touts as the industry's fastest 2Gbps 90nm 512Mb graphics double data rate 3 DRAM.
2007-12-18 Rectification controller delivers 50mA at 6.2V
Advanced Power Electronics has unveiled the APU3146 high-performance and high-efficiency dual-channel synchronous buck rectification controller offring up to 400kHz switching frequency.
2005-02-11 PWM device provides 2 synchronous buck voltage outputs, 1 linear controller output
Intersil released a highly efficient, 3-in-1 PWM solution for providing two synchronous buck voltage outputs and a linear controller output.
2009-07-08 PWM controllers trim output capacitance
Micrel Inc. has unveiled a new line of PWM controllers dubbed the Hyper Speed Control family, which features architecture that reduces the required output capacitance and allows for excellent transient response.
2011-06-28 Power inductors offer 8.18 x 8.64mm footprint
Vishay Intertechnology has launched its IHLP low-profile, high-current inductor in the 3232 case size that offers high-efficiency and a wide range of standard inductance values.
2002-03-13 Peritek card eases PMC integration for embedded systems
Peritek Corp.'s PMA-P single-slot PCI card hosts any 32- or 64-bit PCI mezzanine card module and eases integration of PMC boards into embedded systems.
2005-01-11 Pericom targets multimedia video applications with analog switch solutions
Pericom's new analog video switches tout low resistance and capacitance for high-bandwidth, next-generation consumer multimedia video apps.
2002-04-18 ON Semiconductor buck controller fits low-voltage computing apps
Designed for use in dc/dc converters in computing and telecom boards, the NCP1570 8-pin synchronous buck controller from On Semiconductor provides a power supply for computing applications that require voltages down to 1V and current levels up to 15A.
2006-07-05 New 2525-footprint inductors feature 3mm profile
Vishay's added to its IHLP family of low-profile, high-current inductors new 2525-footprint devices offering a height profile of 3mm and inductance values from 22H to 1H.
2003-04-11 Nanya to expand DRAM capacity
Nanya Tech's EVP and spokesperson forecasts an increase in DRAM demand during Q2 of this year with the release of Intel's next-gen Springdale chipsets.
2007-12-14 MOSFET/Schottky device up DC/DC converter efficiency
Vishay's new power MOSFET and Schottky diode device is said to improve operational efficiency by up to 6 percent in DC/DC conversion applications
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