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2015-07-09 ARM chief unveils IoT wish list
Simon Segars shared an IoT wish list at the recent Imec Technology Forum that advised semiconductor designers to focus on ultra-low power everything and designs that slash costs and area.
2010-01-08 Application processor unleashes 1,080p full-HD
Marvell's new application processor brings 1,080p full-HD encode and decode to mobile connected devices.
2010-04-26 Application processor delivers 1GHz at <1W
Ushering in new and green applications, including its emerging "plugtop PC" effort, Marvell Technology Group Ltd has released the Armada 310 low-power application processor.
2013-11-22 APAC telecoms aim to bridge region's digital divide
Asia-Pacific telecom delegations have agreed to push for nationwide broadband across each of their respective countries in an effort to digitally connect the region by 2020.
2013-11-01 APAC IT spending to reach $767B in 2014
Driven by opportunities presented by the digital world, IT spending in the Asia Pacific region is forecast to reach $767 billion in 2014, stated Gartner.
2011-04-08 Analysts weigh in on TI-National Semi deal
TI's acquisition of National Semi will make it the world's third largest semiconductor company.
2013-12-04 Analyst: Drop in PC shipments turns from bad to worse
IDC forecasted that worldwide PC shipments will fall by 10.1 percent in 2013, slightly below the previous projection of 9.7 percent, and by far the most severe yearly contraction on record.
2009-03-31 Analyst warns of further DDR3 delay
Is the transition to DDR3 delayedagain? If so, this would be another blow for DRAM makers, who are looking for relief amid the memory downturn.
2010-08-24 Analysis: Will Intel eventually rely less on chips and more on software?
An analyst sees Intel's acquisition of McAfee as a step down the road to diversification that will find the company eventually relying less on chip sales and more on software and consulting services.
2008-10-06 Analysis: Micron cuts costs amid ongoing crises
Micron has announced some cost-control strategies that the company will adopt after reporting a $1.6 billion loss for its fiscal year that ended Aug. 28. It said it is facing ongoing challenges in the memory market brought by oversupply and price decline.
2008-08-13 Analysis: iPhone opens door for cellphone revolution
Now that Apple has crystallized the concept of the Web-ready phone, the question is how this mobile platform will evolve in today's hypercompetitive environment.
2010-09-01 Analysis: Intel's wireless invasion not a sure win
Intel is acquiring Infineon's wireless business, thus turning into a supplier of wireless transceivers for cellphones, but its success is not assured.
2010-01-18 Analysis: Intel not likely to buy major FPGA vendor
Intel Corp. wants to move beyond its MPU base to the digital and Internet connectivity markets but its transition into new segments will not involve huge and disruptive acquisitions.
2008-11-06 Analysis: Group preps for next portable digital spec
A consortium formed in late September targets to develop an electronic media specification that could be a successor to DVDs and MP3 files.
2010-07-12 Analysis: Can Intersil make it big in analog?
Intersil Corp. has made some moves to break out of the pack and become the next $1 billion wonder in analog, but many wonder if the chipmaker is a contender or a mere pretender?
2008-09-02 Analysis: AMD's three-year reorganization
Even though its financial results have not reflected it, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has changed in numerous and quite significant ways after several years of restructuring.
2009-05-21 AnalogicTech stays 'fabless without foundries'
To explain the current issues in analog, EE Times caught up with Richard Williams, president, CEO and chief technology officer of Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc., a fabless analog chip vendor.
2005-01-03 Analog business overtakes digital
Analog business is growing faster than the digital business and new applications are driving high performance development and requirement of analog products.
2011-03-22 Analog Bits releases Serdes IP for next-gen displays
Designed for 3D TVs and next-gen displays, Analog Bits' Serdes IP can reduce area, cost and power consumption and enable OEMs to eliminate LVDS.
2015-07-09 AMD: Company break-up is not an option
AMD is investing heavily in developing advanced CPUs and GPUs and is now at work on both x86 and ARM CPUs as well as Radeon graphics chips, clearly emphasising that it will remain intact for the time being.
2004-03-31 AMD, Founder Group sign 64-bit deal for China
AMD and Founder Group said Friday (March 26, 2004) they will collaborate on 64-bit computer development for the Chinese market.
2010-07-28 AMD's OpenGL ES 2.0 driver unlocks 3D internet potential
AMD delivers the first OpenGL ES driver for PC and workstation graphics, supporting the WebGL standard which is on the horizon. The new driver enables 3D, application-like experiences on the web, and allows software developers desktop PCs and workstations powered by AMD graphics when creating apps.
2007-08-09 AMD unveils workstation graphics accelerators
AMD has announced five new high-performance ATI FireGL workstation graphics accelerators for CAD, DCC and medical imaging professionals.
2004-08-03 AMD unveils processors for home market
AMD has introduced a line of desktop and mobile processors designated the Sempron series.
2006-06-07 AMD to market Transmeta's Efficeon
AMD and Transmeta have agreed that AMD will market and provide the specialized version of Transmeta's Efficeon microprocessor in emerging markets.
2007-09-12 AMD supports open-source drivers for Radeon GPUs
AMD announced that it has partnered with Novell's SuSE Linux engineering team on major strategic initiative to support open-source development community for ATI Radeon graphic processor.
2002-12-23 AMD ships development kits for Alchemy SoCs
The company has announced the availability of the DBAu1000, DBAu1500, and DBAu1100 development board kits for its Alchemy Solutions processor family.
2008-11-18 AMD seeks to attain profitability in mini-notebooks
One word drives everything AMD does these daysprofits. It's in that context the company officials spent significant time at its annual analyst meeting in California criticizing the mobile x86 markets archrival Intel is pursuing with its Atom processor.
2004-09-09 AMD receives software support
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has received software support from Novell, Red Hat and Sun for its AMD64 multi-core technology and recommended ISVs license software applications by socket.
2007-05-07 AMD putting chips in place for Intel attack
AMD's Barcelona microprocessor alone won't be AMD's weapon of mass destruction against Intel.
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