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2000-12-01 CompactPCI answers next-generation needs
A step ahead of CompactPCI, Compact Packet Switching Backplane (cPSB) is emerging as a viable solution for interconnect problems.
2014-08-05 Combo module integrates SSD, DRAM in single device
The Combo SDIMM from Apacer is available in two SSD options, including M.2 NGFF and CFast memory card, both supporting SATA 3.0 (6Gb/s) interface.
2007-10-05 COM Express modules are scalable
Kontron is getting ready to sample two ETXexpress COM Express modules based on the VIA C7 processor paired with the VIA CN896 and VIA VT8251 chipset.
2006-02-28 Card-edge connector supports MicroTCA standard
FCI has developed surface-mount, card-edge connectors specifically for the MicroTCA standard.
2004-09-01 Backplane Ethernet standards push
Standardization efforts are underway to promote multivendor interoperability and broadening the selection of components in backplane Ethernet.
2007-08-01 ATCA takes backseat to MicroTCA
Board and subsystem developers feel that full-sized ATCA may end up being a highly customized boutique business while high-volume manufacturing moves to the smaller MicroTCA standard.
2006-02-23 AdvancedTCA carrier board houses up to four hot-swap AdvancedMC modules
Kontron's 8U-sized AT8400 carrier board will be a node board for AdvancedTCA shelves, supporting four AdvancedMC slots that are full-height/single-width sized.
2007-09-21 Zilog breaks into 32bit market with Zatara SoC
Zilog is now focusing on newly developed 32bit ARM-secured transaction products for POS applications, particularly the Zatara 32bit SoC designed for high-end applications requiring encryption.
2012-11-02 x86 won't crash and burn, says AMD
Advanced Micro Devices CEO Rory Reed believes that the x86 will one day experience resurgence. The CEO hopes to go on creating custom x86 processor cores for a very long time.
2014-02-07 Wireless tech seen as threat to manufacturing security
The rising use of connected devices is exposing production sites to security breaches and cyber-attacks, compelling firms to seek ways to protect their networks, according to IHS.
2002-05-13 Wireless sensors poise to enter into commercial environments
According to an analysis by Technical Insights, sensor industries has established networks of wireless sensors that can operate in demanding environments and provide clear advantages in cost, size, power, flexibility, and distributed intelligence.
2009-02-09 Will energy costs revive home automation?
As the cost of energy continues to increase and it will continue technologies will emerge to manage and conserve power.
2009-03-27 Wi-Fi, Ethernet DAQ modules handle harsh setups
National Instruments has released six new wireless and Ethernet data acquisition modules and two ingress protection (IP) enclosures for remote monitoring and control in harsh environments.
2010-09-23 Wi-Fi chipsets to exceed 1B units by 2012
Latest In-Stat reports indicate that Wi-Fi chipset shipments will exceed one billion units by 2012, driven by the ever-expanding range of apps and devices adopting the ubiquitous technology.
2015-03-23 Who are the leaders in patent filings?
Huawei, with 3,442 published patent applications, overtook Panasonic Corp. of Japan as the largest applicant in 2014. Qualcomm Inc. was second in 2014, with 2,409 published applications.
2007-11-05 What's the future for NEC Electronics?
A big question remains for NEC Electronics: Four years after being spun off from parent NEC Corp.and several management changes lateris the chipmaker heading in the right direction or is it destined to sink?
2010-02-05 What's in EDA crystal ball?
EE Times presents a discussion with EDA pundits Walden Rhines, Gary Smith, and Joseph Borel on their estimates and predictions for this year's EDA market.
2014-06-11 Wearables, IoT gang up on memory for low-power boosts
IoT, wearables and sensors pose one of the big challenges for memory, which is to find a way to extend the battery life and make the small, light devices last more than one day.
2009-12-29 WD, NEC drive SuperSpeed USB 3.0 use
Western Digital and NEC Electronics are collaborating to promote the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 standard for use in electronic devices including PCs, PC peripherals and digital appliances.
2011-03-28 VPX board offers wide variety I/O processing, FPGA computing
Acromag's VPX board routes power and bus signals to a plug-in XMC or PMC mezzanine module with an 8-lane PCIe interface to enable a wide variety of I/O processing and FPGA computing options.
2004-12-17 Vishay unveils new package type for rectifier, TVS products
Vishay disclosed that it has launched a new package type for its rectifier and transient voltage suppressor products.
2002-02-14 Vishay capacitors boast very high rms current rating
By using an advanced metallized-film on the polypropylene dielectric, the GLI power capacitors are claimed to have the industry's highest RMS current rating.
2006-04-17 Via folds two-chip set into single IC
Via Technologies has launched a single-chip chipset that packs just about all of the features normally included in its bulkier two-chip product lines.
2002-10-01 Verplex: Solutions for correct RTL design implementation
Taiwan started promoting electronics in the 1980s as part of its key economic development initiatives.
2007-07-12 Using cell balancing to maximize the capacity of multi-cell Li-ion battery packs
This article discusses cell balancing, offers some guidelines for implementing cell balancing, and provides some actual results achieved through cell balancing techniques.
2007-03-01 Users, not gizmos, should drive design
Developers for the consumer market should worry less about wowing users with gizmos and features, and more about how consumers actually use the devices.
2015-06-02 USB technology in a battery-powered IoT era
Here's a look at how the USB standard has evolved to a state-of-the-art technology that allows even small battery-powered devices for the IoT to communicate with anything.
2005-05-16 UPS touts galvanically isolated input
Falcon Electric's new single-phase SG series Plus UPSes for 5kVA and 6kVA service feature a galvanically isolated input, which is unusual for this class of supplies, according to the company.
2007-06-18 Universal graphics module supports UGM 1.0
The Kontron UGM-M72, supporting UGN 1.0 is equipped with the 450-700MHz version of the R600 core and delivers outstanding visualization and multitasking features beyond integrated chipset graphics, combined with power saving features and long-term availability.
2005-06-22 UMC fabricates record-setting VCO using CMOS tech
Taiwan foundry United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) has fabricated a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) with a record-setting fundamental operating frequency of 105GHz using its 0.13?m RFCMOS process technology.
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