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2006-09-01 IBM, Freescale reunite for Power
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc. have renewed ties to develop a converged approach toward the Power processor architecture.
2004-09-07 IBM opens Blade Center interface spec to third parties
IBM Corp.'s decision to open up the interface specifications for its eServer Blade Center platforms left analysts and competitors scratching their heads wondering how an open board standard might fare against existing efforts such as PCI Express Advanced Switching and the Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture.
2010-02-17 HD video processor offers face detection
Ceva Inc. will introduce its software-programmable multimedia video processor MM3000 that comes complete with C compilers, power management provision and an RTOS/multithreading scheduler.
2007-12-06 GPON residential gateway enables Gbit/s IPv4, IPv6 routing
PMC-Sierra's MSP7160 GPON residential gateway delivers gigabit-per-second IPv4 or IPv6 routing, NAT and QoS features.
2008-01-31 GPON chips ready to invade homes
Startup Iamba Networks Inc. has introduced its first chips to bring fiber-to-the-home, joining the bandwagon of companies hoping a long-awaited ramp in GPONs will begin this year.
2014-02-17 Google slowly moving in IC design territory
Google was found posting job openings for an "ASIC top level design engineer" and a CAD engineer to work on ASIC and SoC projects.
2015-11-10 Google lightly treads new waters leading to Android chip
Rumours are going around that Google held discussions with silicon vendors about co-developing chip designs, including a phone's main processor to make significant headway in Android OS.
2004-03-05 Gigabit Ethernet chips sidestep ASICs, ride PCI Express
A new market report on Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) silicon cites three shifts as the technology gears up to surpass Fast Ethernet sales this year.
2006-02-08 Freescale, IBM upgrade Power collaboration
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. and IBM Corp. announced early this week (Feb. 6) that they will step up their cooperative efforts behind the Power processor architecture.
2011-06-24 Freescale's AMP addresses explosive IP traffic growth
Running on a multithreaded 64bit Power Architecture e6500 core, the AMP series integrates an array of acceleration engines and power management systems to improve performance and power efficiency.
2011-06-28 Freescale undergoes "identity" makeover
Freescale implements a series of demos, training, and presentations to communicate to its stakeholders and constituency that it has recovered from previous state of serious debt.
2011-09-01 Freescale enters small-cell base stations market
Utilizing the company's QorIQ Qonverge family of processors, Freescale has started working on new wireless base station SoCs for small cells, specifically, for picocells and femto cells.
2013-02-01 Freescale enters Cavium's turf with security coprocessors
Freescale's C29x chips are priced between $99 to $200, and have been touted to deliver 50 to 250 per cent more operations per dollar than Cavium's Nitrox 3.
2004-10-01 Freescale announces dual core PowerPC on 90nm process
Freescale disclosed the existence of a dual processing core PowerPC processor, described as the company's 'most powerful processor to date.'
2013-04-22 Fragmentation plagues mobile SoC sphere
The industry lacks consensus on how to program the heterogeneous mobile SoCs now on the rise but some promising power-friendly techniques are starting to emerge.
2013-08-08 Floating point benchmark suite for multi-core processors
The FPMark benchmark suite contains single (32bit) and double (64bit) precision workloads, as well as a mixture of small to large data sets to support microcontrollers to high-end processors.
2015-11-23 Facebook transitions to 100Gb/s switch for its data centres
The Wedge 100 is a 32 x 100G switch said to use Broadcom's latest Tomahawk switch chip with a 3.2Tb/s aggregate maximum throughput.
2014-07-03 EZchip acquires Tilera to diversify network chip portfolio
The $130 million acquisition deal will bring together complementary technologies, resulting in a range of NPUs and CPUs that rival those of current market frontrunners Broadcom and Cavium.
2009-07-13 Eyeing Intel's strides in SoC biz
Intel Corp. isn't giving much detail on its two-year old initiative to become an SoC supplier. But interviews with executives and analysts show the company is making gradual progress laying the foundations to build competitive SoCs.
2012-06-19 Exposing 10GBase-T myths
Know the truths behind the myths surrounding 10GBase-T and the future of copper twisted-pair Ethernet applications.
2002-01-29 Evolution in action
Although weak startups in networking-silicon space will continue to fail, successful products will still enable successful companies.
2010-04-30 eNsemble alliance to boost multicore adoption
Hardware and software providers have joined hands to form the eNsemble Multi-Core Alliance to drive innovations in multicore parallel processing platforms for next-gen data center networks.
2007-06-28 Embedded eyes multicore to save power
Like their microprocessor-making cousins in the X86-based PC world, suppliers of high-end embedded processors appear to be raising the white flag in the breakneck megahertz race.
2010-08-04 EMBC develops deep packet inspection metric
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmarking Consortium (EMBC) is developing a benchmark for measuring the performance of deep packet inspection on network processors.
2008-08-08 Dual-ported transceivers drive low-cost 10GbE market
Startup Teranetics Inc. will nudge the emerging market for 10GbE forward with the announcement of the first dual-ported transceivers for copper.
2014-05-08 DSP-integrated SoC prolongs wearables' battery life
The SoC architecture integrates a multi-functional DSP core into a tiny MCU, where the DSP handles the always-listening chores and wakes up the MCU only when necessary.
2006-06-15 Driving away Intel's blues
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, is plagued with problems in its many businesses. We've put together ways how Intel can start chipping away its problems.
2008-10-28 Deconstructing the Nokia multisourcing chipset strategy
How is Nokia's new "multisourcing, commercial chipset strategy" working out for the industry? And for IC suppliers, how does their working experience with Nokia differ from that with Samsung?
2004-03-11 Control plane bridge chips span to SPI 4.2Chipsets extend fiber with copper in last mile
Cavium has crafted a device family that provides transparent bridging between an SPI 4.2 device and existing PCI-X.
2010-05-13 Comms processors pack up to 32 cores
Cavium Networks is expanding its Octeon II family with two new members that upgrade and double the number of cores available on the communications processors to 32.
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