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2003-10-16 Software matters for power consumption
Whether you're creating an OS, firmware or device drivers, the way you write the software could affect the power consumption of the resulting product. Here are four approaches to minimizing power consumption through software.
2012-08-13 SoC combines HomePlug Green PHY and ZigBee technologies
Silicon Valley-based Greenvity Communications fuses powerline and wireless communications for smart energy management and electric vehicles
2006-10-31 SMIC denies TSMC's infringement allegations
SMIC refutes TSMC claims that the former stole technology from the latter by saying that SMIC's memory and logic IC production technologies came from other sources, said sources close to the ongoing lawsuit for the two companies
2011-01-21 Smartphones raise importance of high-performance analog, mixed-signal ICs
Smartphones have raised the importance of high-performance analog and mixed-signal ICs, and necessitated the development of high-integration power management chips that integrate all power, charging, interface and analog functions
2005-09-23 Smart-card ICs are purely flash based
Silicon Storage Technology's recently acquired business unit, Emosyn has developed a smart-card IC line called Theseus Titanium that it is targeting at the SIM and 3G USIM markets.
2002-11-12 Smart-card chips advance as market stalls
Hampered by the market saturation of prepaid telephone cards and by serious delays in Europe's 3G mobile-phone rollout, smart cards are fast losing their 1990s glow of consistent double-digit annual growth.
2012-05-15 Smart battery sensor targets auto, industrial, medical batteries
Touting two high-precision 18bit Sigma/Delta ADCs with an on-chip voltage reference, ZMDI's ZSSC185 battery sensor IC uses less than 100?A in sleep mode and comes in a 0.85mm x 5mm x 5mm PQFN32 package.
2016-01-05 Slowing China economy halts $170M facility expansion plan
Phoenix Semiconductor postponed its manufacturing facility expansion in the Philippines, citing gloomy prospects for the semiconductor industry due to China's economic decline.
2015-11-30 SK Hynix drops investment offer from Tsinghua Unigroup
Tsinghua Unigroup offered to buy 20 per cent of SK Hynix for about $5.3 billion on condition that the company built a wafer fab in China to make NAND flash memory
2012-05-08 SK Hynix drops Elpida bid
SK Hynix Inc. has dropped its bid for Elpida Memory Inc. according to reports that referenced a regulatory filing in Seoul
2009-12-07 Six-core DSP achieves 3GHz at 0.15mW/MIPS
Texas Instruments Inc. has released TMS320C6472, claimed to be the most power efficient, six-core DSP targeted at process-intensive applications requiring low power consumption.
2007-02-05 Six-channel PMICs roll for Li-powered portables
Texas Instruments has introduced a family of six-channel power-management ICs for single-cell, Li-powered portable electronics
2009-09-24 Single-chip PMU saves portable board space
Texas Instruments has unveiled a family of power management chips that can support all the leading processors
2013-04-03 Sidense 1T-OTP ready for TSMC's 180nm BCD processes
Sidense 1T-OTP macros has met Sidense's macros has met all the requirements of the IP9000 Assessment program, clearing it for TSMC's 180nm BCD 1.8/5V/HV and G 1.8/5V processes.
2010-03-15 Sequencers/monitors integrate fault registers
Maxim Integrated Products is rolls out the MAX16067/MAX16068, flash-configurable sequencers/monitors that simplify power management and fault diagnostics
2006-11-20 Sequence revs clock power with PowerTheater 65
Sequence Design has announced its flagship product for RTL power estimation and managementPowerTheater 65which includes enhanced clock power estimation and reduction as well as improvements to stimulus generation and performance
2009-04-20 Secure MCU packs NV SRAM, tamper-detection tech
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAXQ1850 high-performance 32bit RISC microcontroller for the financial terminal market.
2008-03-20 Scalable 8bit MCUs aim at automotives
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its 8bit S08SG MCU family to provide more scalable performance and memory options for cost-sensitive automotive body and chassis applications
2013-05-29 SanDisk announces sampling of 1Ynm process tech
The firm takes its memory cell size from 19 x 26nm to 19 x 19.5nm, promising a 25 per cent reduction of the memory cell area and allowing SanDisk to build smaller, more powerful flash products
2005-07-20 Samsung, Staktek expand IP license agreement
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and Staktek Holdings Inc., a provider of intellectual property and services for the next generation of 3D high-speed and high-capacity thermal management systems, have extended their license agreement in July 2000 for stacking packaged DRAMs using Staktek's stacking technology
2007-05-22 Samsung's DDR3 components pass Intel's validation
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced that 21 of its DDR3 solutions have been validated on Intel Corp.'s reference platform to work with Intel's next generation DDR3 chipsets.
2004-04-06 Samsung to double flash capacity, debuts 90nm NAND
Looking to extend its lead in flash memory, South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd plans to double its flash capacity and has begun shipping its first NAND part based on a new 90nm process technology
2008-02-05 Samsung intros 128Gbyte MLC flash-based SSDs
Samsung Electronics has announced MLC flash-based 128Gbyte SSDs that will be produced in 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch versions for notebook and desktop PCs, as well as other mobile applications.
2006-11-01 RMSe cuts code complexity for rights mgt.
SafeNet Inc. has introduced a version of its Rights Management System (RMS) software suite in a streamlined package for embedded devices
2008-01-10 Rich features define cost-conscious phone
At an estimated total cost to manufacture of less than $45 based on a Portelligent teardown analysis, the Tianyu B811 finds itself positioned just above the ultralow-cost voice-only phones, where BOM costs have now dropped below $30.
2003-10-16 RF "sleep modes" can improve battery life in cellphones
It is through techniques collectively known as "power management" that we have attained such talk and standby times in today's products
2013-09-16 Research: Software-managed cache shows promise
MIT researchers showed that software, instead of hardware, can better manage high-speed on-chip memory banks known as 'caches
2008-06-23 Reports point to bleak IC, fab-tool markets
The mid-year data from market research firms indicate gloomy IC and fab-tool industries for 2008.
2008-03-20 Renesas updates H8S 16bit MCU series
Renesas Technology America has added two devices to its H8S series of 16bit MCUs: the H8S/2164 and H8S/2153, which are tailored for use in servers and advanced communication equipment.
2011-06-29 Renesas closes assembly, test division
After examining the trajectory of the Tokyo Device Division within the overall back-end production policy of the company, Renesas has decided to close down its operations.
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