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2008-06-25 Optimization of CF host operation
This application note from SanDisk Corp. provides host application developers with insight into SanDisk memory card operations. Developers who use this information will be able to better integrate SanDisk memory cards into their applications for optimum overall application performance
2014-02-06 Storage Visions 2014 highlights innovative memory tech
Memory architectures, SSDs and flash technology were well represented at this year's Storage Visions conference, including the show's awards that showed visionary companies and products
2007-05-02 Samsung makes 'densest' NAND flash at 51nm
Samsung Electronics has begun mass producing what it claims is the densest NAND flash in the world, using 51nm process technology, the finest process to be used in memory mass production to date
2012-05-14 Next gen wireless apps with FRAM-based MCUs
Discover the unique features FRAM offers as a memory alternative for embedded wireless applications
2009-03-31 Dual 10GbE AMC packs Virtex-5 FPGA
AdvancedIO Systems has announced the availability of the V3021 dual-channel 10GbE connectivity and packet processing advanced mezzanine card (AMC) module
2002-01-14 Molex DIMM connectors fit space-constrained apps
The company's SO-DIMM connectors allow for the full optimization of board space, making them suitable for applications where space is limited
2011-07-12 Switching regulator boasts 6A output
The synchronous step-down switching regulator from Linear Technology can generate a bus termination voltage for DDR/DDR2/DDR3 and future standard memory apps requiring sourcing and sinking of current
2009-08-14 Sun's Cornwell: NAND is moving to litho death march
A Sun Microsystems Inc. technologist scolded the NAND flash industry, saying vendors are ignoring the needs of the enterprise and moving towards the "lithography death march."
2007-06-18 Universal graphics module supports UGM 1.0
The Kontron UGM-M72, supporting UGN 1.0 is equipped with the 450-700MHz version of the R600 core and delivers outstanding visualization and multitasking features beyond integrated chipset graphics, combined with power saving features and long-term availability.
2005-06-03 The basics of network processors
Here's a snapshot of the state of the NPU art, outlining what makes a network processor and what features are likely to become most popular
2009-09-15 STB SoCs deliver advanced broadcast decoding
NXP is offering a new family of highly integrated SoC products that enable a complete range of high-performance solutions for mainstream HD DVRs and STB platforms.
2007-11-20 Security MCUs boost functions of SIM cards
Infineon Technologies has unveiled its new product family of security MCUs specifically designed for use in SIM cards.
2012-07-17 Optimizing FPGAs for low power apps
Know the low-power design techniques for the families of 7 series FPGAs.
2007-12-03 KickStart Kit aids Atmel AVR32 development projects
The latest IAR KickStart Kit provides professional users of the Atmel AVR32 UC Core with everything they need to begin a development project.
2008-07-30 Hifn-AMCC duo targets networking, storage design
Hifn and Applied Micro Circuits Corp. announced a working alliance to provide a series of reference designs for networking and storage solutions.
2008-10-29 GooglePhone responds to Android's aspirations
Smart phones are again the talk of the town. This time it's the T-Mobile G1, a distinctly un-Apple, un-iPhone-like slider. Is the new "GooglePhone" a true revolution or simply a creative reuse?
2007-08-06 Faster ARM core drives new Nomadik multimedia ICs
STMicroelectronics' new Nomadik mobile multimedia application processors, which builds on the success of the pioneering STn8810 by increasing the speed of its ARM9 core by almost 50 percent.
2007-05-01 Edge technologies keep up with demand
The Edge technology has matured in terms of worldwide coverage, stable infrastructure and the variety of handsets supporting Edge features. Low-cost infrastructure upgrades and the availability of Edge features in majority of mid- to high-end handsets provide a compelling price-performance argument for Edge deployment.
2008-03-10 DSPs vs. FPGAs for multiprocessing
This article will look at what's available for multiprocessor systems (which inevitably tends to mean the high-performance end of the market), and how you can make the best choice between DSP, FPGA or a hybrid mixture of the two.
2011-10-28 Dev't tool offers multicore, ultra low-power apps support
The eSi-RISC Development Suite v2.5 delivers enhanced compiler performance and JTAG debug and control.
2007-01-19 DaVinci-based SoC offers power-saving modes
By releasing an SoC with specific power management capabilities to the broad market, TI said it is further driving the adoption of digital video technology into an increasingly wide array of consumer portable audio and video applications.
2009-01-29 Bridging options enable configurable computing
In many embedded systems, FPGAs have augmented or displaced dedicated microprocessors and DSPs, so endpoint bridging solutions for PCIe must enable FPGAs to fulfill their new role.
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