Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > microchips

microchips Search results

?
?
total search69 articles
2013-01-17 IC firms promising memristive microchips as early as 2013
Memristors mimic the process flow of the human brain thereby making it a solid architectural foundation for a new era of cognitive computers.
2003-05-12 Trinamic stepper modules simplify motor control design
Trinamic Microchips GmbH's TMCM series of stepper modules for stepper motor control eliminates chip-level design, thus reducing the design time and cost, while simplifying the design of application-specific motor controllers.
2004-01-16 Trinamic SoC with I?C-compliant interface
Designed for office and industrial automation apps, the stepper motor control SoC from Trinamic Microchips GmbH combines positioning intelligence and drive electronics with a serial I?C-compliant interface.
2003-08-29 Trinamic driver has sensorless stall detection
Trinamic Microchips GmbH has introduced a microstepping motor driver that features a sensorless load measurement function.
2012-12-27 Terahertz imaging chip paves way for versatile sensors
Researchers from Caltech have developed a miniature, low-cost, chip capable of terahertz imaging and scanning.
2007-05-25 Singapore aquarium displays RFID-tagged fish
Singapore's Underwater World aquarium has tagged some of its fishes using microchips in order for visitors to identify the different species on display.
2002-10-03 Cadence, IBM partner to ease IC design process
Cadence Design Systems Inc. and IBM have announced a series of agreements intended to simplify the chip design process for their customers, and at the same time help both companies tap on the latest in chip technologies.
2010-11-23 A*STAR teams with EU orgs on molecular chips
Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research has joined with ten European Union research organizations to lay the foundation for creating and testing a molecular-sized processor chip.
2012-02-03 Wireless ousts PCs as top OEM spending area
Global spending by the world's top OEMs on microchips for wireless products reached $58.6 billion last year, up 14.5 percent from $51.2 billion in 2010.
2013-12-05 Stanford team says stanene may be better than graphene
The new material, according to the researchers, conduct electricity on next-generation microchips with "100 percent efficiency" at room temperature and above.
2007-06-26 SIA slashes 2007 chip sales forecast
SIA has lowered its 2007 growth sales forecast for microchips to 1.8 percent, citing price drops in the microprocessor, DRAM and NAND flash markets.
2014-04-10 Self-cooling chips operate up to 300°C
A team at Fraunhofer IMS developed a type of high-temperature process that allows the fabrication of compact microchips that can keep their cool even at 300°C.
2004-02-19 Optical computer components unveiled
Photonic microchips were enabled by Cornell University's announcement at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
2012-01-03 New method can yield faster, denser ICs
Researchers at MIT have come up with a technique that allows the production of complex shapes rather than just lines on microchips.
2016-04-21 Intel's post-PC plan to take a short-term hit
The semiconductor giant marks the beginning of the end for the PC era, and shifts its investments in microchips that power data centers and Internet connected devices.
2012-07-09 EUV light source emerges from nuclear fusion lab
Researchers from the University of Washington who have been able to produce a light source with enough power that it can be used to manufacture microchips have established a start up enterprise to bring the solution to market.
2013-12-02 DARPA program shrunk 50m of optical fiber to microchip-size
DARPA's integrated Photonic Delay (iPhoD) program created a class of photonic waveguides built onto microchips and include up to 50m of coiled material that is used to delay light.
2006-02-27 Vietnam OKs Intel chip plant
Vietnam's Ministry of Investment and Planning has approved an investment license for based Intel Corp., which plans to build a $605 million plant in Ho Chi Minh City.
2005-09-13 U.K. academics invent form of "spintronic" logic
Researchers from Imperial College London, Durham University and the University of Sheffield have developed a technology they have named "magnetic domain-wall logic", which they claim could enable data storage and processing at higher density than conventional microelectronics.
2014-06-05 Transistor squeezing approach improves power efficiency
The approach involves the application of a piezoelectric material, which expands upon voltage contact and compresses the silicon in the transistor with a pressure of about 10,000 atmospheres.
2013-12-30 ThingMagic brings RFID tech to supply chain
Established by five MIT alumni, the company claimed to have developed next-generation RFID systems that include wireless readers and data-transmitting tags.
2010-09-16 Tech museum unveils revolutionary Silicon Valley innovations
The Tech Museum has just unveiled its most ambitious exhibition yetthe 3,000-sq. ft. Tech Silicon Valley Innovation Gallery.
2013-11-28 Smartphones, tablets push process market in 2013
Worldwide processor shipments are forecast to reach 1.50 billion units by the end of this year, up from 1.21 billion in 2012, stated IHS.
2005-11-18 SIA: Chip sales to break $300B in 2008
Global semiconductor sales will grow at a compound annual rate of nearly 10 percent from 2005 through 2008, according to the annual forecast of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
2011-12-13 Sensor integrates amplifier IC in SO8 package
NXP's KMZ60 analog AMR angle sensor saves system level costs for brushless DC motors in automotive and industrial applications.
2014-02-11 Sensirion offers micro-scale liquid flow sensors
The liquid flow series LPP10 and LPG10 are based on planar microfluidic substrates and are available with a glass (LPG10) or a plastic (LPP10) packaging.
2013-07-01 Selecting RF protocols for ISM applications
Here are the pros and cons of each of the five leading RF protocols used for ISM applications.
2010-11-02 RPI shows vapor tunes graphene bandgap
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute claims to have discovered a simple method that uses water vapor to control the opening of the bandgap in graphene, pushing closer to the use of the carbon sheets for semiconductors.
2011-06-22 Researchers dispute toxic nanotube claims
Nanotubes may not be toxic, according to Semiconductor Research Corp. as researchers have found a way to remove contaminants introduced during manufacturing.
2013-09-09 Research brings practical spintronics closer to reality
A team of researchers at RIKEN Centre for Emergent Matter Science proposed a device that instead of moving electrons is able to transport information using electron spin over long distances.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top