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2006-02-08 BiTMICRO solid-state hard drives in 3t Systems solutions
BiTMICRO announced its new partnership with 3t Systems, a Colorado-based IT consultancy.
2002-06-16 Beyond LAN: 10GbE for high bandwidth metro systems
With 10GbE, system designers are under pressure to incorporate this technology in their products. Multiple vendors aid them by providing building blocks for this technology.
2008-03-11 AVR MCUs combine USB controller, analog features
Atmel has announced new AVR MCUs that combine USB controller and high-performance analog features.
2004-05-28 Atsana, 1 Ltd team for auto-focus features on mobile phones
Atsana Semiconductor and 1 Ltd are collaborating on a low cost, low power, small form-factor solution for auto-focus functionality on camera-enabled smartphones.
2007-10-03 Atmel transceiver kits deliver out-of-the-box experience
Dubbed the ATAB542x, also called the Wireless Blackbird, the ATA542x transceiver evaluation kit from Atmel is designed for an immediate out-of-the-box experience.
2006-06-30 Atmel solution eases 802.15.4/ZigBee migration
Atmel has announced an 802.15.4/ZigBee solution that promises seamless migration to wireless networking for the more than 30,000 AVR-based designs.
2003-12-22 Atmel FLIP adds increased functionality, power
Atmel Corp. has announced the availability of the second generation of FLexible In-system Programmer (FLIP), its enhanced PC-based FLexible In-system Programmer software.
2010-03-26 Altera, Apical deliver HD solution for surveillance cams
Altera Corp. and Apical Ltd have developed what they claim to be the first high-definition wide dynamic range (WDR) CMOS image-sensor-processing solution for video-surveillance cameras.
2007-02-22 ADI baseband processors enable multimedia functions in low-cost handsets
ADI has announced the availability of two highly integrated baseband processors designed to enable multimedia functions in low-cost GSM/GPRS cellular phones.
2003-03-28 Actel offers ProASIC Plus FPGA starter kit
Actel Corp. has announced the availability of a low-cost starter kit for its Flash-based reprogrammable ProASIC Plus FPGA devices.
2005-08-24 Actel offers new starter kit for A3P250 FPGA
Actel announced the availability of the ProASIC3 starter kit and the sampling of its 250K-gate A3P250 FPGA.
2005-01-27 Actel announces 'world's lowest cost FPGAs'
Actel's third-generation flash-based programmable logic solutions are touted by the company to be the world's lowest cost FPGAs.
2012-03-28 8MP image sensor targets smartphones
Aptina's AR0833 features the backside illuminated (BSI) pixel technology that brings HD video and digital still camera image quality to smartphones.
2008-07-07 8bit MCU features dual-bus design
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. announced a new addition to its FlashFlex family of 8bit MCUs, the SST89C58RC, said to be industry's first 8051-based MCU to feature two system management buses.
2005-12-16 8051-based MCU line targets data acquisition apps
Ramtron launched its Versa Mix 8051 family of mixed-signal microcontrollers that are targeted at signal conditioning, data acquisition, processing and control apps in the industrial, medical, consumer, instrumentation and automotive markets.
2010-06-09 5Mpixel sensor brings 1080p HD video to handsets
From OmniVision Technologies Inc. comes a complete 5Mpixel SoC camera solution aimed at penetrating the high-volume autofocus camera phone market.
2008-12-02 5Mpixel image sensor targets high-end handsets
Aptina Imaging Corp. has announced the launch of the MT9P013 5Mpixel image sensor, the company's third-generation 1.75?pixel image sensor.
2007-10-05 2Mpixel image sensor with antishake targets camera phones
OmniVision has unveiled its third generation 2Mpixel CameraChip sensor that brings digital still camera performance to camera phones in a 1/5-inch optical format.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
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