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2007-04-17 Samsung to embrace both HD DVD, Blu-ray in upcoming player
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd will introduce a dual-format high-definition optical disc player in time for the holidaysthe BD-UP5000 Duo HD player.
2002-12-23 Samsung smart cards obtain security certification
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has received an EAL4+ level Common Criteria (CC) certification for its smart card with crypto functions.
2005-06-22 Samsung SGH-E720 handset adopts CSR BlueCore silicon
Samsung has chosen Bluetooth technology provider CSR Plc's BlueCore silicon to Bluetooth-enable its latest GSM mobile handset, the SGH-E720.
2012-10-08 Samsung plans Silicon Valley innovation centre
Samsung Electronics is planning to open several innovation centres outside South Korea as part of a project to reinvent the company and catch the next wave of business opportunities.
2003-01-15 Samsung inks supply deal with Agere
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has signed a supply agreement with Agere Systems for wireless data chipsets and software for use in its next-generation mobile phones.
2013-07-30 Rugged thin-client display ready for military applicaitons
IEE's rugged display features the company's dual mode backlight system supporting variable reading modes from a high bright mode of 600cd/m2 to NVIS lighting for dark environments.
2003-03-17 RTOS mainstay in high-end feature phones
OS-centric phones and PDAs will soon dominate the market, although timing, features and competitive pricing will be significant considerations.
2004-09-16 Royalty-free XAP RISC processor moves to 32bits
Cambridge Consultants has recrafted its XAP RISC processor architecture to handle up to 32bit data.
2003-08-15 ROHM LSI chip suits cellphones
ROHM has developed the BU8709KN chip, a PCM sound generator LSI capable of generating polyphonic hi-fi sounds at CD quality for multifunctional cellphones.
2003-05-09 RISC controller targets low-cost networking products
Toshiba Corp.'s T6TC1XB-0001 RISC networking controller is specifically developed for low-cost networking applications.
2009-05-04 RFID reader integrates PoE connectivity
Motorola Inc. has released a new series of business-class fixed RFID readers that provides maximum functionality in a sleek package making it suitable for retail stores, offices, and other customer-facing or business environments.
2003-11-24 Renesas MCU features 32-bit CPU core
Renesas Technology Corp. has developed the AE-5 series of its 32-bit smart card microcontroller that is designed for multifunction smart cards apps.
2014-05-23 Real Intent jazzes up verification platform with MathWorks
The latest version of Ascent Lint features support for MATLAB, Simulink, and HDL Coder interface to boost productivity and quality for complex FPGA and ASIC designs.
2006-09-18 Re-thinking SoC design at 65nm, below
Executives from major IC houses and EDA companies have been talking about the design challenges facing developers as SoC designs move from 65- to 45- and 32nm.
2013-02-27 Qualcomm showcases 150 Mbit/sec LTE ready Gobi modems
Qualcomm's Gobi MDM9625 and MDM9225 enable the LTE Release 10 feature of carrier aggregation to create 150 Mbit/s links without a contiguous 20MHz channel.
2011-06-08 Qualcomm APIs upgrades Web apps hardware access
Qualcomm will create APIs for geo-location, sensors, cameras, audio, augmented reality and its AllJoyn peer-to-peer networking technology, giving these Web-based apps deeper links to hardware.
2003-08-11 PTSC obtains U.S. patent for MCP technology
Patriot Scientific Corp. (PTSC) has received an additional patent for fundamental microprocessor (MCP) technology.
2014-05-26 Prpl thrusts open-source to MIPS architecture
Amit Rohatgi's is setting up a consortium called prpl, naming 10 founders including Broadcom, Cavium, Ikanos, Lantiq, PMC-Sierra, Qualcomm, and other companies that use or make MIPS-based chips.
2011-08-01 Programming language geared for safety-critical systems
The parallel programming language being developed by SoftCheck and Ada Compilers targets safety-critical systems where C/C++ and parallelizations of C/C++ are notoriously unsafe.
2001-05-01 Programmable-chip methods get fresh look
At the current lithographic resolutions, PLDs offer the potential of producing "systems on programmable circuits."
2001-05-01 Programmable system chips move forward
Using dedicated hardware to boost real-time performance of embedded systems is a common practice and, with the introduction of PSCs, software engineers will learn how to boost performance of timing-critical software functions.
2009-11-11 Processor manages SIM data for M2M apps
A non-proprietary processor architecture and high-density low-power embedded-flash memory enable machines to connect to cellular networks.
2009-03-13 Processor enables smart infrastructure deployments
aJile Systems has introduced the aJ-102, a complete SoC processor customized for real-time, remote applications. It is designed to add intelligence to next-generation smart infrastructure deployments, industrial processing applications and machine-to-machine networks.
2010-07-09 Processor achieves wire-speed throughput over Wi-Fi
TranSwitch Corp. has introduced the Atlanta 1000 communications processor delivers wire-speed data throughput over IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi.
2004-05-03 Portability fueling 32bit expansion
Demand for features and performance in portable electronic devices is the driving force causing designers to consider a switch from 8bit/16bit to 32bit MCUs.
2010-10-29 Plug-in GSM/GPRS module platform supports Cinterion modems
Radiometrix's GTC01 is a complete GSM/GPRS platform compatible with Quad-band Cinterion GSM modems
2004-11-04 Philips, Nokia join forces on NFC-enabled phone
Philips Semiconductor, Nokia and their partners rolled out a new handset on Tuesday (Nov. 2) based on Philips' near-field communications technology.
2004-11-08 Philips new solution eyes GSM/GPRS mobile handsets
Philips unveiled its highly integrated Nexperia Cellular System Solution for low- to mid-end GSM/GPRS mobile handsets.
2003-11-18 Philips announces new Nexperia version
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced the latest version of its Nexperia Cellular System Solutions.
2006-02-01 Philips announces 90nm ARM9 MCU
Philips announced the availability of what it claims to be the industry's first 90nm ARM9-based microcontroller, the LPC3180.
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