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2010-06-24 128GB NAND flash supports emmC v4.4 standard
Toshiba has launched a 128GB embedded NAND flash memory module compliant with the emmC v4.4 standard, and is designed for use in digital consumer products.
2005-06-09 11 join Power.org open microprocessor movement
Power.org, an open community of developers, tool providers and manufacturers developing standards and applications around IBM Corp.'s Power Architecture, has added 11 new members to its organization
2011-06-23 100V gate driver for enhancement-mode GaN FETs
National Semiconductor launches the LM5113, a highly-integrated, high-side and low-side GaN FET driver that reduces component count and PCB area.
2009-11-23 10 technologies to look forward to in 2010
EE Times has compiled emerging technologies that have potential to change the electronics landscape in 2010.
2002-09-23 0-In Design: A preferred approach for verification
Companies designing complex multimillion gate ASICs recognize functional verification as one of the largest problems facing design teams.
2002-07-04 'Infrastructure IP' seen aiding SoC yields
Design-for-yield is becoming a goal for SoC designers as today's very deep-submicron semiconductor technologies of 130nm and below are reaching defect susceptibility levels that result in lower manufacturing yields and reliability.
2008-10-09 'Green' energy emerging from two lighting systems
Despite the attention drawn on other sources of energy to increase available power, some measures are targeted to the conservation of energy. Along with "making more," the energy challenge is also aimed at "using less."
2006-11-23 $16.5M funding fuels Intematix' LED, SSL agenda
Intematix Corp. has raised $16.5 million in a series C venture capital financing round led by Crosslink Capital and Samsung Ventures.
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