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2006-09-01 Restricted design rules challenge DFM
The recent Design Automation Conference made it clear that the EDA industry is counting on DFM for a much-needed boost. But the RDRs that are quietly emerging for 45nm and smaller geometries may reduce the need for some DFM tools and techniques, some observers say
2003-09-16 Redefining design for yield, manufacturability
By adopting a more design-driven approach to production, many of the yield and manufacturing issues daunting the semiconductor industry can be addressed before they even occur
2007-02-06 Primary side power module rolls for LCD TVs
Potentia Semiconductor claims the industry's first primary side power module for LCD TVs with screen sizes from 32 inches to 65 inches
2007-12-03 Power management chip boosts energy efficiency
Texas Instruments Inc. introduces what it claims as the industry's first single-chip, interleaved power factor correction (PFC) control circuit for multi-kilowatt communications, server and industrial systems.
2007-06-01 PFC control circuit rolls for 75-800W apps
Texas Instruments Inc. introduces what it claims as the industry's first single-chip, interleaved, transition-mode PFC control circuit that helps lower power system cost and save energy in consumer applications
2002-06-28 OptiX 40Gb framer integrates FEC
A 40Gbps IC that integrates SONET/SDH and Optical Transport Network framing and forward error correction is available from OptiX Networks Inc
2005-08-31 ON Semi ATX reference design meets 80 PLUS requirements
ON Semiconductor unveiled what it touts as the industry's first open ATX reference design certified to meet 80 PLUS performance requirements for computing applications
2007-02-16 Ominous signs dim IC growth outlook
The industry managed modest growth in 2006 and should again post moderate gains of 5 to 12 percent this year albeit a slowdown in GDP growth among countries worldwide, persistent chip inventory of overhang and lackluster demand in the PC and wireless markets
2001-05-16 OFDM shoulders heavy RF traffic
Many industry leaders have said that OFDM technology is the future of wireless communications as we know it
2007-02-22 NXP adds LCD support to ARM7 MCU line
NXP has announced the new LPC2478 MCUclaimed to be the industry's only ARM7 flash-based MCU offering integrated LCD supportand its flashless version, the LPC2470
2004-07-30 Mosys makes 0.13?m memories with Chartered, SMIC
Monolithic System Technology Inc. (Mosys), a developer of embedded memory technology available for license, has ported its so-called 1T-SRAM-Q quad-density memory to the 0.13?m industry-standard logic process at Singaporean foundry Chartered Semiconductor Mfg Ltd, Mosys said Tuesday (July 27, 2004
2013-08-21 Micron foresees next-gen dense flash chips
New technologies signal a bunch of change in the memory industry and companies with the right scale will have the ability to invest in bigger R&D ventures, Micron President Mark Adams explains
2007-07-02 Microchip CEO anticipates 'historical challenge'
Microchip CEO Steve Sanghi weighs in on the chip industry, the private-equity steamroller, the "fab lite" model and the company's place in it all
2003-01-13 Looking at a kaleidoscope of design opportunities
Recovering from the downturn that has plagued the semiconductor industry for the past two years relies heavily on the 'pull-through' demand for electronics products from consumers
2006-08-01 Lithography efforts trailing 32nm target
The chip industry is enjoying a short reprieve as immersion lithography continues Moore's Law of scaling for the next few years. But for chips with a 32nm half-pitch, lithographers are counting on either extreme ultraviolet or immersion 193nm scanners enhanced with high-index fluids
2003-10-03 Life-long testing prescribed for chips
Chip testing strategies continue to perplex the industry as sub-100nm node designs become more commonplace
2003-05-28 KLA-Tencor PWQ accelerates reticle design verification
The Process Window Qualification of KLA-Tencor is claimed to be the industry's first solution for sub-100nm design lithographers
2007-10-10 Japan chip execs see double-digit comeback after flat '07
Executives from major Japanese chip companies see a similar pattern in the IC industry, foreseeing a double-digit upturn in 2008 following a flat market in 2007
2003-05-28 Intel drops 157 litho from roadmap
Intel dropped a bomb on the lithography industry when it said it has removed the 157nm lithography generation from its tech roadmap
2005-06-29 Innovation, cooperation key to overcoming DFM issues, says Synopsys exec
Speaking to an audience of mostly photomask manufacturing executives at the Advanced Reticle Symposium Tuesday (June 28), Synopsys Inc.'s Michel Cote praised the way the EDA industry has responded to design-for-manufacturing (DFM) challenges with innovation and said continued industry cooperation is the key to overcoming them
2012-02-15 Initiative updates e-beam roadmap
Electron-beam technologies such as mask process correction and others are being guided by initiative members to facilitate a working ecosystem
2008-03-05 Infineon debuts 900V superjunction MOSFETs
Infineon has introduced what it claims as the industry's first 900V superjunction MOSFETs designed for high-efficiency SMPS apps
2006-08-17 Image sensor enables better images, thinner cellphones
Avago Technologies claimed its new 1/5-inch optical format, 1.3Mpixel image sensor is smaller and offers better image quality than other 1.3Mpixel sensors in the industry
2010-12-09 ICs seen to scale via 3D TSV
Chip scaling is becoming harder and costlier entering into the sub-20nm realm, thus, the industry is looking for new materials, structures and processes, says a technologist from Samsung
2007-11-23 Hynix touts first 1Gbit GDDR5 DRAM
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. says it has developed the industry's first 1Gbit GDDR5 Graphics DRAM that operates at 5Gbit/s and processes up to 20GBps of data with a 32bit I/O
2007-03-19 Hynix claims 'fastest' 512Mbit mobile DDR SDRAM
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. claims it has developed the industry's fastest 185MHz 512Mbit mobile DDR SDRAM with error correction code.
2008-07-07 High-density coprocessor module delivers 'fastest' connection
Altera and XtremeData have announced the availability of what they say is the industry's fastest FPGA/Intel Xeon processor-based front-side bus module
2013-04-19 Grasping power factor and solid state lighting
In order to effectively design an LED-based luminaire, designers need to understand power factor, the impact of LED drivers on it, and the different techniques for cost-effectively integrating power factor correction in the LED driver design
2006-12-29 Gartner lowers foundry forecast for 2007
Gartner Inc. has lowered its silicon foundry forecast for 2007, amid an ongoing inventory correction in the arena
2006-10-09 Gartner lowers capex forecast for '06
Seeing a probable ''correction'' down the road, Gartner Inc. lowered its capital spending outlook for 2006, but slightly raised its numbers in 2007
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