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2007-03-02 3G to remain more expensive than WiMAX
WiMAX spectrum is set to get more expensive as regulators in different countries start releasing lower frequencies to be used for the mobile version of the broadband access technology.
2009-04-30 3G connectivity powers CE, ultramobile apps
IMS Research estimates that in 2008, suppliers shipped over 3.5 million 3G-enabled devices with over 80 percent of these deployed in Europe. By 2014, IMS Research forecasts annual shipment volume of wireless wide area network-enabled devices at 90 million units.
2009-02-06 3D sensor moves from car to CE
Emerging consumer electronics applications have prompted smart 3D sensor chip maker Canesta Inc. to adapt its 3D CMOS image technology from automotive applications to a new consumer version of its 3D image processing chip.
2008-08-07 3D EM synthesis tool handles up to 10Gbit/s interconnects
Simberian Inc. touts the first 3D electromagnetic synthesis tool to design minimal-reflection and low-loss elements for broadband interconnects with the latest release of its Simbeor tool.
2007-08-16 32bit MCUs tout all-around programmability
Atmel is going into volume production of customizable metal-programmable 32bit ARM-based MCUs that the company calls Customizable Atmel Processors.
2007-06-08 32bit dual-MAC DSP cores target 2.5G, 3G baseband
CEVA Inc. has introduced the CEVA-TeakLite-III family of DSP cores and the first three family members aimed at 2.5G and 3G cellular baseband.
2013-04-23 2013 LTE RAN capex to hit $12B mark
LTE has helped to reverse the downward trend in RAN expenditure in Western Europe last year and will do the same in Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Middle East in 2013 and Africa in 2014.
2008-09-01 16bit MCU: ready for 32bit action
The C166 architecture has earned itself a reputation as one of the most successful 16bit MCU families in a wide variety of industrial and automotive applications. From the start, the C166 architecture was designed for high real-time performance, with fast execution of instructions, rapid response times, and intelligent peripheral functionality.
2012-03-26 130nm CMOS logic backend tech unleashed
SilTerra Malaysia released the CL130AL that offers single poly up to six layers of aluminum metallization, borderless contacts and via with USG inter-metal dielectric.
2011-07-27 12-, 14bit ADC devices deliver 65C250MSPS
TI has unveiled eight dual-channel ADC devices that feature 6dB programmable gain option and SFDR up to 91dBc for high receive sensitivity in 3G/LTE wireless infrastructure.
2011-10-11 1.5GHz microprocessor cluster targets SoC design
MIPS Technologies and eSilicon's latest 28nm technology combines coherent multiprocessing and superscalar processor core.
2004-06-08 0-In tools support Accellera SystemVerilog 3.1a
0-In Design Automation announced products within its Archer Verification system that provide support for Accellera's SystemVerilog 3.1a design constructs and IEEE-1076 VHDL.
2003-12-17 0-In Design tacks on static verification capability
The latest release of 0-In Design Automation Inc.'s assertion-based verification tool suite lets users run a design through debugging prior to simulation, potentially bringing the debug tools into the design cycle much earlier.
2008-08-28 'Smallest' WiMAX test solution rolls from Agilent
Agilent has launched a new software feature intended for mobile wireless measurements on its E6474A network optimization platform that creates a standard WiMAX PC Card (CPE) into the industry's smallest WiMAX scanning solution for drive test.
2006-10-02 'Server-on-chip' opens road to universal I/O
Sun Microsystems will pack native PCI Express and 10GbE interfaces onto its next-generation Niagara processor. The resulting server-on-a-chip generated debate about the future of integrated I/O in the era of multicore microprocessors.
2009-02-04 'Promising' memory interface gears for mobiles
Rambus Inc. will demonstrate new memory interface geared for mobile devices that delivers 16 times the bandwidth of today's technologies at a fraction of the power they would consume. Analysts said the technology is unique and promising, but faces several hurdles on the road to adoption.
2008-04-01 'Openness' fulfills SystemVerilog promise
Notes Stan Krolikoski of Cadence Design Systems: Open Verification Methodology is a truly open SystemVerilog class library and methodology package that can be used free of any restraints imposed by either Cadence or Mentor.
2008-01-21 'Open' is (not) just a four-letter word
There is presently a measure of "openness fatigue" permeating the industry, but that's because the term "open" has been far too often applied to products and organizations that are far from open in significant ways.
2008-03-14 'Guitar Hero' maker denies patent violation charges
Activision has requested a U.S. federal court to declare that its 'Guitar Hero' game does not violate a patent held by Gibson Guitar, according to an Associated Press report.
2006-06-16 'First' IP video security camera uses TI's DaVinci tech
NexVision announced the first IP video security camera prototype based on Texas Instruments' DaVinci technology.
2006-06-08 'First' 1588 Ethernet MAC core for FPGAs unveiled
Altera and MorethanIP announced the first IEEE 1588-compatible Ethernet MAC core for FPGAs.
2005-03-30 'Concurrent' IC design suite rolls
Synopsys rolled out IC Compiler, which concurrently runs physical synthesis, clock tree synthesis, placement, routing, yield optimization and signoff correlation.
2004-05-03 'Algorithm-to-tapeout' synthesis rolls
Synfora has unveiled a tool that lets users design compute-intensive blocks from C-language algorithms.
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