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2015-06-24 PCIe IP with system-level data protection targets cloud apps
The DesignWare Controller IP for PCIe 4.0 supports multiple lanes/datapath widths for optimal configurations, as well as Native, ARM AMBA AXI-3 and AMBA AXI-4 interfaces for easy integration into SoCs.
2001-05-01 Packet rings aim at metro nets
Resilient packet ring (RPR) is a new technology that optimizes unique requirements of metro networks by defining a MAC with two network interfaces.
2006-09-22 NXP integrates WUSB in new device controller
The new WUSB device controller from NXP is based on the Certified Wireless USB specification, and features 32Kbytes of ROM and 96Kbytes of configurable RAM for data and buffering.
2010-04-20 Nokia Siemens builds TD-LTE Open Lab in Hangzhou
Nokia Siemens has established a TD-LTE Open Lab at its Hangzhou R&D facility to provide practical know-how to help telecom operators deploy commercial TD-LTE quicker.
2007-09-24 Nexperia solutions simplify Edge handset dev't
NXP Semiconductors has developed a new family of multimedia-enhanced cellular system platforms that significantly accelerate the pace of Edge-based handset design.
2006-10-17 New software lib meets mobile WiMAX standards
Texas Instruments expands its WiMAX infrastructure solutions with its WiMAX Forum 802.16e Wave 1 Certification Library that meets mobile WiMAX standards.
2008-09-17 NEC, Telecom Italia reach wireless deal
NEC Corp. has agreed with Telecom Italia to cooperate on mutual development of global business, technologies and network improvement.
2008-06-13 NEC puts up WiMAX R&D center in Taiwan
NEC Corp. has established an R&D center for WiMAX systems in Taiwan as part of an agreement signed in 2007 to support the M-Taiwan Project.
2004-11-12 Multiband OFDM Alliance releases UWB PHY specs
The Multiband OFDM Alliance Special Interest Group has formally made available to its 170 member companies the physical layer (PHY) specification it has been working on for nearly a year, the group announced at the Electronica trade show.
2005-10-31 Motorola, Intel team on mobile WiMAX technology
Motorola Inc. and Intel Corp. have announced a collaboration to foster greater industry momentum for WiMAX and to advance the use of mobile WiMAX technology, based on the proposed IEEE 802.16e standard, for both fixed and wireless broadband applications.
2002-08-16 Motorola to market Winphoria switching products
Motorola Inc. has entered into an agreement with Winphoria Networks Inc. for the marketing and distribution of the latter's complete family of wireless switching products.
2009-11-17 Modems support DC-HSPA+, multi-mode 3G/LTE
Commercial launches of data-centric devices based on Qualcomm's solutions are expected to begin in 2H 10.
2009-12-09 Mobile WiMAX subscribers to reach 2M this year
ABI Research reports that two million mobile WiMAX subscribers expected by the end of 2009.
2006-06-15 Mobile TV faces a physical match during World Cup
Mobile TV faces a huge challenge when it attempts to broadcast the World Cup this month: the physical world is the natural enemy of mobile TV.
2007-03-01 Minor role awaits WiMAX in next-gen cellular
WiMAX won't grab the brass ring as the technology that defines 4G cellular systems but it is likely to capture a healthy minority stake in that emerging sector and could help bring Internet access to a new-gen of consumer devices.
2007-09-18 MicroTCA power modules rolls for TEMs, system integrators
Ericsson Power Modules has introduced an evaluative level MicroTCA power module, part number ROA 117 5078/1, designed for telecom equipment manufacturers and system integrators.
2010-07-29 MediaTek signs for NTT Docomo LTE platform
MediaTek has signed a licensing agreement to be able to integrate NTT Docomo's LTE mobile-terminal platform with its 2G and 3G technologies
2008-12-17 Maximizing multi-vendor compatibility
While the public may not be familiar with Consumer Electronic Control (CEC), many may have heard of some of the leading consumer electronics industry makers' brand names related to it. Among them are Sony's "Bravia Link," Panasonic's "Viera Link" and Sharp's "Aquos Link." Their names may differ, but all support the CEC functionality described in the HDMI standard.
2002-06-05 Matsushita, NEC, Huawei establish 3G mobile handset venture
NEC Corp., Matsushita Communication Ind. Co. Ltd (MCI) and Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd have established a joint venture company to expand the 3G mobile handset businesses of NEC and MCI.
2014-11-07 Managing rechargeable batteries with BIF
This article tackles the techniques and rules to help manage the use of rechargeable batteries, and the basic parameters of the BIF specification. It also explains how to deal with communication failure.
2005-05-11 Intel, Sprint jointly explore WiMAX broadband technologies
Intel Corp. and Sprint have agreed to jointly advance the development of IEEE standards-based 802.16e WiMAX mobile technology.
2010-04-22 Intel to drive personal energy management
Intel Corp. chief technology officer Justin Rattner said the company wants to be a part of the technology industry that ushers in the era of person energy management.
2005-08-17 Integrated PCI Express solution reduces third-party IP vendor risk
Rambus has delivered a fully integrated solution that allows optimization for a variety of applications.
2005-01-25 IBM, Airespace join mobile VoIP group
Airespace, an enterprise WLAN equipment vendor being acquired by Cisco Systems, this week joined IBM Corp. and security vendor VeriSign as the first three members of an alliance to speed the availability of converged voice-over-IP (VoIP) services.
2009-07-09 Huawei to provide solutions to KACST WiMAX lab
King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) in Saudi Arabia and Intel Corp. have selected Huawei to provide solutions for KACST's Wireless Technologies Research and Development Center.
2008-02-12 HSPA phone platform supports all open OS
Ericsson has unveiled an HSPA multimedia phone platform based on TI's OMAP silicon that the companies say will support all open OS.
2007-06-01 HDTV interface spec sparks product rollouts
Chipmakers are rushing out competitive solutions for the emerging third-generation Serial Digital Interface standard.
2006-11-09 HDMI transmitters support WQXGA PC monitors
The new HDMI transmitters from Silicon Image promise blazing-fast performance of up to 340MHz or 10.2Gbps, letting them support monitor resolutions up to WQXGA or HDTV resolutions up to 1440p.
2010-01-05 Grand challenges to to niggling nettles in 2010
EE Times editors list nettlesome issues they'd most like to see electronics engineers sort out next year ranging from grand challenges of engineering to niggling nettles of consumer gadgetry.
2008-10-13 GPS-Bluetooth radio IC upgrades next-gen handsets
SiRF Technology Holdings has launched a single-chip combination radio IC with a GPS RF front-end and a complete Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR controller designed for the company's multifunction SoC platforms.
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