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2011-11-08 AMD shaves 1,400 jobs
The firm said the move to cut operating costs would save them about $200 million next year.
2016-01-06 AMD shares details about GPU using 14nm FinFET process
The Polaris chip, also known as AMD's GCN 4.0, was shown running at less than 86W compared to 152W for a current GPU, with both chips running the same videogame at 60fps and 1080-progressive resolution.
2002-02-26 AMCC rolls out terabit-class switch fabric for metro-carrier apps
The nPX8005 crossbar-based switch fabric is expected to provide the flexibility to scale linearly to terabit-range bandwidth for metro-carrier applications such as core switching.
2007-07-16 AMCC fields dual-core PowerPC for high-end apps
The 90nm Titan is a dual-core PowerPC processor aimed at high-end embedded markets with a multiclocking NMOS transistor architecture that enables the device to do more work in an eight- to nine-stage pipeline.
2014-10-28 Alliance beefs up efforts on 2.5/5G Ethernet specifications
The NBASE-T Alliance will specify 2.5Gbit/s and 5Gbit/s rates over Cat5e and Cat6 cables with power-over-Ethernet to extend the life of the installed cable plant.
2011-01-14 Alacritech ventures into storage with new ASIC drives
Alacritech is entering the storage systems arena with its Network File System, which comes with hardware support to break performance bottlenecks in large network-attached storage installations.
2003-02-19 Agere net processor integrates traffic manager
Agere Systems' latest network processor chip integrates several peripheral functions into one IC.
2016-04-06 A disruptive turn of things at Intel
Things are shaking up at the technology company with the departure of two executives and another one missing in action. The development has left Silicon Valley all abuzz.
2011-09-23 5-core mobile CPUs slash power use
Nvidia claims its Tegra 3 processor consumes 14 to 61 percent less energy compared to a standard quad-core.
2015-02-27 5 things to expect at Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress has morphed into a gathering place to discover and debate connected devices and new network technologies tailored for different applications.
2010-03-25 4G/LTE chips launch comes with little chaos
Much of the WiMAX/LTE solutions at the CTIA show are still point solutions and represent a prelude to the chaos and confusion that technology vendors will be busy unraveling.
2009-04-02 45nm-based comms processor aims at 3G, 4G
Freescale Semiconductor Inc.'s 45nm PowerQUICC, dual-core QorIQ and six-core StarCore DSP aim to help OEMs build higher performance 3G and 4G wireless base stations that consume less power.
2014-07-04 25G Ethernet Consortium cloud-scales network
The consortiumwhich comprises Arista, Broadcom, Google, Microsoft, and Mellanoxwill define a new Ethernet specification for speed grades that will meet the requirements of datacentre workloads.
2008-07-10 12Gbit/s content processing board secures network
LSI Corp. announced the Tarari 8400 series of PCIe plug-and-play content processor boards designed to meet the high-performance needs of network security and telecom OEMs.
2008-04-17 10Gbit FCoE drives data center convergence
The release of the first products for Fibre Channel over 10GbE fuels a broad industry drive to run networking, storage and clustering traffic over a single, mainstream pipe in tomorrow's data centers.
2007-07-02 10GbE chips migrate to computer servers
Broadcom Corp. is throwing its hat in the ring of chipmakers bringing 10Gbps Ethernet to computer servers. The increasing activity is a sign that 10G Ethernet is ready to migrate from the big switch that aggregates data-center traffic down to the mainstream server that generates and processes it.
2010-03-25 10GbE chip supports FCoE, iSCSI, TCP
From Chelsio Communications Inc. comes T4, a four-port 10Gbit/s chip that supports Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) and new virtualization features.
2008-04-25 10GbE blasts ahead with new switch, transceiver, card offerings
Three silicon vendors are pushing forward what has been to date a slow transition to 10GbE.
2009-08-27 10GBase-T controllers support 5GHz PCIe
Solarflare' single-chip 10GBase-T controllers integrate the two designs in a 65nm chip that has been upgraded to support 5GHz PCIe and the single-root I/O virtualization standard.
2006-05-01 10Gb Ethernet gains with board, chip designs
Expected to speed up the slow shift to 10GbE are NetXen's programmable dual-port 10Gbit server card and Broadcom's 20-port 10GbE chip for stackable switches.
2010-12-24 10G Ethernet market seen at $3.4B in 2014
The Ethernet chip market will grow in the coming years driven by the 10 Gigabit segment which could see significant market share shifts.
2010-01-25 100Gbit network processor handles Carrier Ethernet
EZchip Semiconductor Ltd is sampling the single-chip NP-4 100Gbit network processor (NPU) for Carrier Ethernet equipment.
2014-10-28 Persuasion meets passion: Inside a $125 million MPU start-up
A microprocessor start-up that raises $125 million is a rare desert flower in Silicon Valley these days. The founders of Soft Machines shared some of the story of how they survived seven years through a historic recession and the hurdles that still stand between the company and its first revenue.
2013-02-12 10GBase-T SR PHY chips to push affordable 10G switches
The so-called 10GBase-T short reach physical layer chips could cut power consumption from 4W to 1.5W per port, opening the door to 60W 10G top-of-rack switches for data centres.
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