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2004-05-13 Tharas spins new accelerator box
Tharas' new version of its hardware accelerator compiles Verilog, VHDL or mixed-language designs at rates of 20 to 50 million register-transfer-level equivalent gates per hour.
2005-01-25 Tharas announces support for Verilog 4-state logic simulation
Tharas Systems announced its support for Verilog 4-state logic simulation in its Hammer 100.
2003-02-04 Tharas offers 'farm' accelerator license
The company has released a licensing option that allows fuller utilization of its Hammer simulation accelerators
2003-06-05 Matsushita unit uses Tharas system for IC verification
Panasonic System Solutions Co., a division of Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd, has adopted Tharas Systems Inc.'s Hammer to enhance its verification flow
2002-11-12 AMD outlines restructuring plan
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is working on a broad restructuring plan that will slash $100 million from its quarterly operating costs in 2003, cut $100 million from its capital expenditures both this year and next, and entail significant layoffs by June
2015-01-08 Samsung CEO: Collaboration is key to IoT progress
Boo-Keun Yoon, Samsung CEO, described the challenge of IoT as the lack of an "open ecosystem" and stressed the need for "cross-industry collaboration," while bluntly reminding of Samsung's dominance in the consumer electronics market.
2006-03-01 Rivals jockey for 4G LEAD
Intel and Qualcomm both recently edged forward in the broadband wireless race. The stakes: who gets to define the underpinnings of the 4G wireless networks that will give mobile users multimegabit links.
2003-07-02 Japan opens joint test line for 90nm
A research center funded by the Japan government and the semiconductor industry has opened a 300mm wafer line to test and develop specs for 90nm and finer process technologies.
2008-04-22 IP experts agree rules need to be modified
The rules of the road in intellectual property need a re-write, according to speakers at last week's Intellectual Property Symposium.
2002-08-15 Intel adopts strained silicon for 90nm process
Intel Corp. said that it will add strained silicon technology to its 90nm technology mix, and will use the process to make the Pentium 4 microprocessor code-named "Prescott" starting next year.
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