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2006-03-16 Mobile TV may outpace 3D offerings in handsets
In the race to pack advanced media features into handsets, 3D graphics for gaming is lagging, while mobile TV is gaining, according to ATI Technologies
2010-05-25 Mentor, NetLogic team on multicore for Linux
Mentor and NetLogic have entered a collaborative agreement under which Mentor will provide its Linux technology on NetLogic's XLP, XLR and XLS multicore, multithreaded processors.
2004-12-16 Mentor SoC design tool supports SPIRIT 1.0
Mentor Graphics announced that its Platform Express product now supports the SPIRIT 1.0 specification for intellectual property design re-use
2010-12-07 Mentor acquires CodeSourcery's open-source assets
Mentor Graphics has acquired CodeSourcery, which will enable it strengthen its position in the open-source segment of embedded development market
2008-02-07 Media player chip brings HD sound to music phones
austriamicrosystems has released the first member of a new family of media player ICs based on IP aimed at bridging the gap between the audio experience of music phones and Hi-Fi home audio devices.
2015-07-09 Manage thermal optimisation during PCB design
Learn about the development in computational fluid dynamics technology, which allows modifications to the thermal model, and thus frees up valuable engineering time for higher value activities.
2008-02-18 Intel, Microsoft pool funds for parallel programming effort
Intel and Microsoft will fund a new Parallel Computing Lab at the University of California at Berkeley in an effort to help define a parallel programming model that will serve the multicore computer processors already on the drawing board.
2005-06-01 Intel unveils two platforms targeted at home, office PCs
Intel recently unveiled two new platforms targeted at home and office PCs
2009-12-09 Intel pulls plug on Larrabee chip
Intel Corp. has dropped its first discrete graphics processor, dubbed Larrabee, and will offer it as a software platform instead
2008-08-19 Intel divulges Larrabee details
Intel Corp's new architecture code-named 'Larrabee' features a new approach to the software rendering 3D pipeline while harkening back to an earlier custom pipeline scheme, according to company researchers
2015-09-21 Hybrid emulation: A practical solution
In this article, we show how the hybrid combination of virtual platform and FPGA hardware offers a best-of-both-worlds approach.
2010-07-26 GPU development tool works with MS Visual Studio
NVIDIA has released the first development environment for GPU-accelerated applications that work with Microsoft Visual Studio.
2013-05-30 FTDI video engine eliminates frame buffer, cuts costs
Future Technology Devices Int. Ltd (FTDI) is entering the display controller segment with a soon-to-be-launched chip, the FT800.
2011-10-25 Freescale to use ARM's 'big-little' processor scheme
Freescale will be one of the first to license both cores together, balancing performance and energy efficiency for embedded, automotive and smart mobile device applications.
2007-09-14 Freescale chips drive entertainment in Ford cars
Freescale Semiconductor's i.MX31 applications processors provide Ford 2008 cars with a rugged solution to enable features including hands-free phone operation, voice recognition and high-speed data transfers of voice and media.
2007-09-03 FPGAs: On a mission to help the color-blind
Algorithms for the color-blind are possible with FPGAs, which have massive parallelism and processing power
2010-04-30 eNsemble alliance to boost multicore adoption
Hardware and software providers have joined hands to form the eNsemble Multi-Core Alliance to drive innovations in multicore parallel processing platforms for next-gen data center networks
2012-09-25 Enhance MCU performance, security with hardware accelerated crypto
Discover how to accelerate compute-intensive cryptographic algorithms and off load those tasks from the ARM core.
2006-05-16 Embedded experts: Fix code bugs or cost lives
The Therac 25 was supposed to save lives by zapping tumors with targeted blasts of radiation. Instead, the device delivered massive overdoses that killed three patients and injured several others because of software glitches by a lone programmer whose code was never properly inspected and tested
2007-03-16 DFM demands holistic approach
The infrastructure required to make trade-offs among the different techniques and determine the optimal approach should be one where the actual software takes into account the implications of other DFM issues. The idea is to create a holistic approach to DFM for the design and analysis flow
2014-06-06 Developing heterogeneous multi-core SoC for mobiles
There are applications that are heterogeneous in the sense that they contain layers of functions which can be divided between the CPU array and the GPU.
2013-11-27 Designing GENIVI-based infotainment systems
Find out how to ensure the development of a top-performing GENIVI infotainment system at the right price.
2008-02-28 Cortex-A8 at the core of new OMAP processors
TI has unveiled four new OMAP processors, based on the market's first broad offering of the ARM Cortex-A8 core.
2005-06-22 Celoxica, SGI step up high-performance computing apps
Celoxica Ltd announced support for Silicon Graphics Inc.'s (SGI) reconfigurable application-specific computing (RASC) technology in the Celoxica DK design suite of tools for C-based design and synthesis
2007-01-16 Cell processors rev OPC in nm designs
Nanometer chip design is becoming so compute-intensive that it needs supercomputer-like capability, according to Mentor Graphics Corp. and Mercury Computer Systems Inc
2006-12-05 Cell BE platform accelerates optical proximity correction
Mentor Graphics and Mercury Computer Systems are bringing out what they say is the first Cell BE-based acceleration platform for the EDA market
2006-02-01 Carriers lock on to soft radio
With deployments afoot among carriers worldwide, the technology is winding its way from the lab to the street.
2012-11-02 ARM reveals its latest line of 64bit big-little processors
The next generation of "big-little" processors have been unveiled by ARM. The company also revealed the six partners who will help them implement the technology.
2011-07-05 Applications processors feature multiple cores
Freescale has rolled out its i.MX family of applications processors that offer triple play graphics architecture and features Chips&Media's hardware video acceleration technology
2010-09-14 AMD begins North America demos of "Zacate" APU
AMD unveils the first North America public demonstrations of its AMD Fusion Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) this week in San Francisco. The APU, codenamed "Zacate," is a new dual-core, 18-watt TDP processor which possess discrete-level graphics capabilities on die and is designed to significantly enhance the user's PC experience
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