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2011-04-11 Cadence seeks stronger presence in Asia Pacific
Cadence executive Charlie Huang identifies key EDA growth factors in Asia Pacific, describes the semiconductor landscape in China and reveals Cadence's growth strategies in the region.
2004-10-25 Cadence releases next-gen HW-based verification system
Cadence Design Systems Inc. released its Palladium II system, an integral part of the company's Incisive functional verification platform.
2002-09-06 C&D dc/dc converters deliver 95 percent efficiency
The NGA series of non-isolated dc/dc converters from C&D Technologies (NCL) Ltd operate from an input between 4.75Vdc to 28Vdc (at full 2A) and delivers outputs of 1.8Vdc to 3.3Vdc or 5Vdc at 95 percent efficiency.
2004-04-21 Business segment drives global PC shipments up 13 percent
PC vendors received a boost in sales in the first quarter of 2004 as businesses increased system purchases.
2008-03-20 Buck converter struts slim profile
IR's iP2005A buck converter is 40-percent smaller than the previous-generation device, while its efficient operation up to 1.5MHz allows designers to further reduce board space by minimizing the value of output capacitors and inductors.
2010-01-12 Broadcom, Foxlink cut Bluetooth mice price
The Foxlink mouse design uses Broadcom's new SoC solution to significantly reduce the cost of wireless mice.
2003-10-24 Broadcom GbE controllers suit desktop, mobile PCs
Broadcom Corp. has announced the availability of its family of NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet controllers that implement the PCI Express host interface.
2008-05-01 Broadcom debuts 65nm 10GbE PHY transceiver
Broadcom has rolled out a 65nm 10GbE PHY transceiver to support IEEE 802.3 10GBASE-T operation over 100m of Category 6A UTP or Category 7 cables.
2005-08-24 Broadcom bares 3G RAID architecture at IDF
Broadcom Corp. is demonstrating what it claims to be the first SAS/SATA RAID-on-Chip (RoC) device with integrated PCI Express (PCIe) host bus architecture support at the ongoing Intel Development Forum 2005 (IDF) in San Francisco.
2009-10-05 Braving software-to-silicon verification challenges at 45nm
Software-to-silicon verification holds immense challenges at 45nm and beyond for system designers and tool vendors, with multiple paradigm shifts converging at the same time.
2002-08-27 Bluetooth rolls toward deployment in cars
Bluetooth radio moved a step closer to automotive production as one supplier rolled out an automotive-grade Bluetooth chip and carmakers said they have shifted their wireless network efforts into high gear.
2008-02-06 Bloombase boosts data security in Hifn data cards
Bloombase Technologies has announced today the integration of Hifn's Express DS 250 data security acceleration card into Bloombase's Spitfire enterprise information security products.
2007-07-25 Blade server eases system expansion, reconfiguration
Fujitsu Ltd's PRIMERGY BX620 S4 blade server is designed to facilitate system expansion and reconfiguration while reducing the workload for systems administrators during server consolidation.
2006-05-04 BiTMICRO standardizes on Synopsys' PHY cores
Synopsys announced that BiTMICRO Networks has chosen Synopsys' DesignWare PHY Cores for PCI Express and Serial-ATA (SATA) high-speed serial interfaces.
2004-05-20 BiTMICRO PMC offers high capacity, reliability
BiTMICRO's E-Disk PMC solid state storage plug-in module is engineered for use as a boot and/or storage device.
2004-05-07 BiTMICRO E-Disk more than a storage solution
From a nonmemory expert's point-of-view, a solid state disk (SSD) would probably be a hard disk drive (HDD) or a tape drive that reads, writes and stores data.
2013-08-23 BinOptics' optical engine claims to maintain Moore's law
BinOptics recently incorporated its Etched Facet Technology into a range of silicon photonic applications and aims to overcome cost, yield and performance barriers.
2015-08-05 Binding the world under one tech: Can USB Type C do it?
Armed with MHL and now with SuperMHL technologies, both from Silicon Image, Lattice introduced its superMHL chips designed to work over USB Type C connectors.
2003-09-24 Big investments burnish India's hardware design image
India may not be attracting the same huge investments in semiconductor fabs as neighboring China, but foreign investments in software development activities easily total more than $2B.
2007-02-08 BGA header improves electrical performance
By combining FCI's proven BGA technology with its shieldless high-speed connector design, the AirMax VS vertical BGA headers offer improved electrical performance.
2015-04-23 Beyond the limits of Moore's Law
Planar silicon gave most of usand the worlda great five-decade ride! Yet now it's time to change horses, to scale out chip, logic, I/O and memory systems with new materials and mindsets.
2010-07-06 Beyer: Connected intelligence will beat recession
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. CEO Richard Beyer predicted that the recession will continue to fade by virtue of the commercial success of what he called 'connected intelligence.'
2004-08-17 BestSystems to bundle PGI compilers, tools in Japan
BestSystems Inc. and Portland Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of STMicroelectronics, have signed an agreement under which BestSystems will bundle PGI Fortran, C and C++ compilers and development tools and utilities with all of its high-performance workstations.
2014-12-01 Best tech devices at Electronica 2014
The Internet of Things may have been a constant refrain, bringing together sensors, wireless, and microcontrollers, but so was automotive with exactly the same combination.
2015-03-25 Benefits of power blocks for high-current POLs
A power block is essentially a non-isolated buck converter without the PWM controller. In this article, we pinpoint its advantages for high-current POL applications.
2004-07-29 Bell Micro to offer Legacy memory modules
Bell Microproducts will distribute Legacy Electronics Inc.'s full line of memory modules in North America, Latin America and Europe.
2011-04-21 Bandwidth concerns fuel mobile DRAM race
Staggering bandwidth requirements are forcing mobile DRAM vendors to shift to next-gen memory standards. Options abound, but many see wide I/O DRAM technology as the clear frontrunner.
2006-02-16 Balancing cost vs. security for embedded design
Extraordinary cost reductions that wireless brings to MCU-based applications offset the price of security technology.
2006-09-18 Averant dives deep into formal verification
Averant took advantage of Design Automation Conference to roll out the next generation of its Solidify tool, offering designers fine control over the thoroughness of formal verification.
2014-02-20 Avago-LSI merger represents 150 years of chip innovation
The union between two semiconductor royals, Avago and LSI, is expected to yield a $5 billion chip company with an extensive portfolio in data centre IP and mobile data traffic.
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