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2009-04-20 Dell, HP boost low-end CPUs in emerging markets
Low-end CPUs are getting a big push as Dell Inc. struck a deal to sell its latest Intel Atom-based netbooks through China's top cellular carrier, and rival Hewlett-Packard rolled out a new line of thin-client computers, most based on Via's x86 processors
2011-03-25 Infineon 16bit MCUs meet ultra low-end needs
Infineon's XE16xL and XE16xU real-time signal controllers provide 16bit performance at 8bit cost for electric drive systems in energy efficiency and mass market applications.
2013-03-04 Freescale mulls foray into server computing
Freescale could use its recently announced Cortex-A50 series processor licence from ARM to extend its digital networking activity into server computing
2004-05-31 AMCC takes switch ICs to low-end nets
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. expanded its PRS switch fabric family with the release of two ICs optimized for remote-access boxes and other low-end networking designs
2003-07-10 ADI rolls out low-end telematics platform
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) has rolled out a new telematics platform, which the company claims will cut costs for first-tier suppliers and automakers by 50 percent.
2007-09-17 What's next in cellphone design?
Cellular telephony has beenand will continue to bea major contributor to the growth of Asian economies. This article discusses the future of cellphone design.
2014-11-28 Vicor aims to produce power supply parts in Asia, says CEO
Patrizio Vinciarelli, president, CEO and chair of Vicor, said the company is investing to broaden its horizons to include large volume manufacturing in computing, automotive and consumer electronics
2007-05-30 MIPS rollout spotlights high-end IP core
MIPS has announced a new 32bit MCU that includes superscalar, out-of-order technology for use in a range of high-performance applications.
2007-01-01 Transmitter ICs enable PC's shift to HDMI
Silicon Image rolled out a pair of VastLane HDMI transmitters that provide PC manufacturers with a single-chip solution for driving digital output to PC monitors and HDTVs.
2012-11-15 TI's SoCs prepped for purpose-built ARM servers
TI hopes to win sockets in systems designed to handle media processing, video analytics, industrial imaging and control and other high performance computing jobs suitable for its DSPs
2001-10-02 ST7 and ST9 performance benchmarking
This application note discusses STMicroelectronics' set of test routines relevant to 8-bit and low-end 16-bit MCU applications to evaluate computing performance and interrupt processing performance of MCU cores.
2014-09-23 Less phones, more IoT on Qualcomm's horizon
Developers are preparing for the coming wave of inescapable computing with tools that will make it easy to add capabilities such as communication, computer vision and wireless charging to common household items
2009-11-20 Infotainment SoCs fit car navigation, telematics
NEC Electronics has expanded its NaviEngine chip family towards the low end with devices that contain multicore processors for car infotainment systems
2008-09-04 NSF, research consortium team on multicore design
The U.S. National Science Foundation and Semiconductor Research Corp. have initiated a three-year joint project focused on multicore chip design and architecture.
2008-01-23 Xilinx introduces three new Virtex-5 FPGAs
Xilinx Inc. has added three new devices and small form factor packaging to their 65 nm Virtex-5 LX and LXT FPGA platforms as the adoption of programmable logic in new markets drives new cost and density requirements.
2009-05-05 Will netbook's appeal last after downturn?
As consumers' incomes dwindle, they are looking into buying low-cost netbook PCs, driving global shipments up by 68.5 percent in 2009 and by a whopping 2,424 percent in 2008, according to iSuppli Corp.
2007-07-27 Will AMD always play catch-up with Intel?
For as long as it has been a microprocessor supplier, AMD has been compelled to review, adjust and adapt its operations and manufacturing direction continually to counter the Intel juggernaut.
2016-03-21 TSMC unveils silicon plans
TSMC will enable silicon interposers larger than 1,200mm21.5x the reticle sizeat 7nm to enable giant 2.5-D stacks of logic and memory for the next gen of Cowos- chip on wafer on substrate.
2009-08-26 TSMC injects low-power process into 28nm roadmap
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd will include a low-power (LP) process to its 28nm high-k metal gate (HKMG) road map.
2012-10-30 Triple-play graphics cores accelerate auto apps
Learn about the triple-play GPUs featured in the i.MX6 devices and the advantages that result from using three specialized graphics engines.
2005-09-01 The basics of implementing DSP functions on low-cost FPGAs
For cutting-edge designs where cycles are tight, requirements are fluid, and expected volumes are uncertain, system companies implement most core functionality and DSP in low-cost FPGAs.
2005-08-29 Tek spins scope-like 3-in-1 function generators
The new arbitrary/function generators from Tektronix have big (5.6-inch) menu-display LCDs that look very much like oscilloscope screens.
2015-11-03 Tablet market still struggles amid seasonal improvement
IDC revealed that the global tablet market logged lower shipments for the fourth straight quarter with 48.7 million units shipped in 3Q15, which is down 12.6 per cent YoY.
2010-02-11 ST-Ericsson leverages on power-efficient solutions
ST-Ericsson senior VP and head of strategic planning Edgar Auslander sat down with EE Times to outline what the company believes are the main mobile handset trends for 2010.
2014-04-21 SSD demand triggers a tidal wave of growth for SanDisk
The flash storage devices vendor reported a 13 per cent year-over-year revenue increase at $1.51 billion for the first quarter. The numbers were only 1.3 per cent above analyst projections, but 71 per cent higher than the same period last year at $1.44 per share.
2016-01-18 Speed IoT ASIC design using platforms
Using a platform approach to custom silicon design can substantially enhance functionality and offer greater design flexibility.
2005-07-01 Software unsnarls embedded connections
Network links and other smart interfaces are changing the face of embedded systems design.
2014-12-15 Smartphone market to reach saturation soon
Mobile phone vendors should expect to see a slowdown in smartphone sales in the next few years. The impending market saturation opens an opportunity for these makers to look for other sources of revenue.
2002-09-06 ServerWorks adds GbE to server chipset
ServerWorks Corp. has integrated GbE and serdes technology into its server core logic, leveraging the communications capabilities of its parent company, Broadcom Corp.
2007-03-15 SanDisk releases 32Gbyte SSD for notebooks
Broadening its offerings for HDD replacement in the notebook market, launched a 32Gbyte, solid-state flash memory drive.
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