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What is a memory interface?
An external memory interface is a bus protocol for communication from an IC, such as a microprocessor, to an external memory device located on a circuit board. Internal memory interfaces apply to communication with on-chip memory. The asynchronous External Memory Interface (EMIF) is a Texas Instruments IC bus used in their DSPs and digital media SoCs.
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2012-03-05 16bit MCUs boast low pin count, power use
The PIC24F 'KL' MCU family from Microchip Technology flaunts a low cost solution to consumer, medical and safety/security applications.
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.
2011-10-06 16bit MCU features 128KB embedded flash
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The SPI NAND flash developed by ATO Solution has a 1bit error correction code (ECC) engine built in the same die and promises to offer significant space savings.
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.
2010-01-25 100Gbit network processor handles Carrier Ethernet
EZchip Semiconductor Ltd is sampling the single-chip NP-4 100Gbit network processor (NPU) for Carrier Ethernet equipment.
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EZchip Technologies Ltd claims that its NP-4 network processors can offer system vendors a significant cost reduction by integrating all the key components of their line card into a single chip.
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2009-11-23 10 technologies to look forward to in 2010
EE Times has compiled emerging technologies that have potential to change the electronics landscape in 2010.
2009-10-12 1.2GSps DAC supports up to 400MHz bandwidth
ADI offers a dual-channel, 1.2GSps, 16bit DAC that supports the high data rates and complex modulation schemes required for multicarrier wireless and broadband communications equipment.
2006-06-09 1,024bit EPROM runs on as low as 2.2V
Dallas Semi has introduced the DS25LV02, a 1,024bit EPROM designed to operate from supply voltages as low as 2.2V.
2009-06-12 0.18?m foundry solution targets Hall sensors
X-FAB Silicon Foundries has introduced the what it claims to be the first foundry process for the production of integrated Hall sensor ICs in 0.18?m; technology.
2006-06-06 'First' 8051-based MCU with nonvolatile FRAM
Ramtron has launched the VRS51L3074, touted to be the market's first 8051-based MCU with nonvolatile ferroelectric RAM.
2008-08-27 'Fastest' module graphics engine now ready for testing
The Kontron ETXexpress-690 Computer-on-Module, the newest and fastest Kontron COM Express module graphics engine built around high-end embedded chipset, is now available for evaluation.
2006-12-20 'Card' server streams content to devices
Agere Systems' screenless, credit card-size mobile content server lets consumers access, back up and share digital content among multiple devices in a peer-to-peer mode over the Internet.
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