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2006-12-18 MCPs drive today's handhelds
The adoption of multichip packages (MCPs) in such mobile systems as cellphones, digital cameras and MP3 players is nearing its peak, according to market research firm Portelligent.
2016-04-06 Marvell's CEO, president step down
The CEO and president of integrated silicon solutions Marvell announced their resignations, and board members immediately form an interim office of the chief executive to lead the company until replacements are appointed.
2009-04-16 Marvell bets big on connected devices
Leveraging its homegrown ARM-based Sheeva CPU processors, Marvell Technology Group's co-founder and CEO has a clear vision: Enabling the next billion users of connected devices.
2009-10-22 Long road to SuperSpeed USB
Intel Corp.'s decision to wait until 2011 to support USB 3.0 in PC chipsets will put the wide adoption of the interconnect on hold for a year, said a senior technology manager at a top tier PC maker.
2005-10-20 Jennic rolls out new Serial RapidIOR to PCI Bridge
Jennic, a supplier of system-level intellectual property (IP) cores and semiconductor solutions for the communications market, announced the availability of its Serial RapidIOR to PCI Bridge.
2002-11-13 Intersil solutions to power FIC PC platforms
FIC has selected Intersil Corp.'s Endura power solutions for virtually all its systems on a range of new and next generation computing platforms.
2004-02-18 Intersil regulator IC reduces space, BoM cost
The power regulator ICs from Intersil are designed to provide reduced BoMs, manufacturing costs, board space and routing problems.
2010-04-14 Intel, ARM go head-to-head at ESC
Intel and ARM have been squaring up to each other across the netbook and smart phone sectors for a couple of years now and the battle is set to continue on a number of fronts at the ESC.
2008-11-17 Intel, AMD compete in 45nm leadership
AMD has officially launched Shanghai, its first 45nm processor server just days earlier than Intel's formal disclosure of its first 45nm server chips.
2010-07-05 Intel ventures into handset chip biz via Comsys
Intel Corp. is making its way into the cellphone chip business with its acquisition of Comsys Mobile Communication and Signal Processing Ltd for $30 million in late May.
2013-11-22 Intel unfolds technical computing roadmap
The company, as part of its roadmap for the future of technical computing, will customize its high-end processors that include the Xeon and Xeon Phi processors.
2004-07-22 Intel to use Cypress clock chips in Alviso platform
Intel Corp. has qualified Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s frequency timing generator (CY28411) and Peak Reducing EMI Solutions (Premis) spread spectrum clock generator (CY25823).
2008-08-20 Intel takes wrap off x86 STB processor
Intel will use its annual developer forum in San Francisco this week as a launching pad for its 45nm Nehalem processors.
2007-08-17 Intel publishes papers on future programmable multicores
Intel is releasing eight technical papers describing key findings from the company's work on future programmable multicore architectures.
2008-08-25 Intel plugs Internet into TV, STB platforms
The CE 3100, aka Canmore, represents an initiative that speaks to everything from Intel's growing SoC capabilities to its drive toward Internet TV, a concept that has left many pioneers dead by the roadside.
2002-02-14 Intel launches first Xscale to fire up PDA sector
Intel Corp. rolled out the first chips based on its vaunted Xscale architecture. Weighing in at 400MHz and 200MHz, the devices are expected to spice up a PDA market that analysts say is suffering from lack of differentiation, poor wireless connectivity, low horsepower and a dearth of true productivity applications.
2010-09-14 Intel Developer Forum kicks off
Intel gathers 5,000 developers at annual technology showcase
2006-04-17 Intel Core ups ante in battle with AMD
Like proud fathers showing off pictures of their newborns, top executives at Intel exuberantly unveiled details of the company's Core microarchitecture at the recent Intel Developer Forum held in San Francisco.
2009-09-30 Intel 45nm SoC enters digital TVs
Intel Corp.'s first 45nm SoC, the CE 4100 aka Sodaville, targets TVs and other digital living room systems.
2008-12-09 Infringement inquiry of Rambus patents issued
Rambus Inc. announced that, at its request, the U.S. International Trade Commission has instituted an investigation regarding infringement of Rambus' patents by Nvidia Corp. and other companies whose products incorporate the accused Nvidia products.
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.
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.
2010-09-16 IDT supplies VRMs for fastest supercomputer
IDT announced that it supplied voltage regulator modules (VRMs) to SGI to power Altix UV, the world's current fastest supercomputer.
2009-05-27 HDMI transmitters fit ultraslim portable apps
Analog Devices Inc. has launched two of the smallest and thinnest low-power HDMI transmitters with consumer electronics control designed to enable HD viewing experiences from portable devices.
2009-01-15 HDMI receiver with CEC improves HDTV quality
Analog Devices has released of what it claims to be the first deep color HDMI receiver integrated with a Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) controller and analog interface.
2008-01-23 GUI MCU supports 'smart' control panel apps
Atmel has released the AT91SAM9RL64 MCU with high throughput and OS support to implement "smart" control panel applications that offers a robust interface to system control functions.
2012-09-04 Growing audio needs in SoCs
There is a growing list of audio requirements such as a wider range of high-definition audio compression formats, multichannel audio content, higher sampling rates and advanced audio post-processing functions.
2005-08-25 Getting the most from multiprocessor SoC design
Multiple processor designs are now found in a number of applications ranging from cellular phones and ink-jet printers all the way up to huge network routers.
2007-10-31 Fujitsu Siemens tips offering for board computer market
Fujitsu Siemens has announced to offer board computers for industrial applications. The company will begin with a mini ITX board.
2011-03-11 Fujitsu Semi strengthened by new business focus
Fujitsu's Haruki Okada outlines the company's success strategies, among them, the fab-lite option, and narrowing its business focus to high-performance ASICs, image ASSPs, automotive and mobile/ecology.
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