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2007-09-06 Winbond launches new mobile memory lines
Taiwan's Winbond Electronics is launching two new families of memory components for mobile applicationsthe low-power DRAM and PSRAM.
2007-10-01 Wavesat, IBM develop 4G Mobile WiMAX chipsets
Wavesat and IBM have developed a high performance, power-efficient 802.16e WiMAX chipset targeting consumer electronics devices supporting advanced mobile wireless broadband services
2011-02-25 Vendors keen on pushing mobile DRAM to higher speeds
While 800- or 1,066MHz LPDDR2 devices could serve as a bridge to next-gen technologies, they could also push out other next-gen candidates.
2010-02-24 Toshiba: Mobile ICs need to keep pace with market
The biggest challenge for mobile chipset vendors is the speed at which this market is moving, said Deepak Prakash of Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc
2002-08-22 Toshiba sensors reduce power consumption in mobile apps
The TPS850 and TPS851 photo IC illumination sensors from Toshiba Corp. are designed to reduce power consumption in mobile applications.
2011-09-15 ST-Ericsson opens tech center, beefs up mobile portfolio
The company's new technical center will provide local support and product demos for its wireless mobile products
2008-08-22 ST-Ericsson deal births mobile chip powerhouse
STMicroelectronics and Ericsson have agreed to merge Ericsson Mobile Platforms and ST-NXP Wireless into a joint venture
2006-07-17 ST unveils NOR Flash memory solutions for mobile apps
STMicroelectronics has introduced a high-frequency step-down DC/DC converter particularly suited for use in data-storage applications and portable devices
2005-03-04 ST flash memory chip tailored for 3G mobile phones
ST rolled out a 256Mb NOR flash memory chip that uses a 2bit/cell architecture to provide increased memory density in a small-sized die.
2006-08-01 Spansion, SanDisk move to secure mobile systems
Spansion Inc. and SanDisk Corp. are using different approaches to tackle the ever-growing need for security in mobile systems
2010-02-26 Smarter feature handsets to invade mobile market
Broadcom Corp.'s Robert Nalesnik discusses trends in the mobile handset market, products and the company's strategies going forward
2003-07-08 SAP, Sharp to deliver mobile solutions for business apps
SAP AG and Sharp Corp. have signed an agreement for the joint technology development and marketing of mobile solutions for corporate users
2008-02-13 SanDisk, SK Telecom team on card-based mobile TV solution
SanDisk and SK Telecom have completed the development of a new solution for mobile TV and mobile personal video recorder capability
2007-04-27 SanDisk, Qimonda to develop MCPs for mobile apps
SanDisk Corp. and Qimonda AG signed an agreement to jointly develop and manufacture MCPs that target the growing market for high capacity, integrated memory solutions in data-intensive mobile applications.
2004-01-16 Sand Video crafts core for mobile TV
Sand Video has launched a licensable H.264 core designed specifically for mobile TV and other video applications on cellphones, PDAs and automobile navigation systems.
2013-09-05 Sand 9's MEMS timing chips built for mobile apps
Sand 9's TM361 and TM061 are designed to meet the stringent performance, cost, size and reliability requirements of high-volume mobile applications such as 3G/4G cellular and GPS/GNSS.
2007-01-02 Samsung touts industry's 'first' 1Gbit mobile DRAM
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed the industry's 'first' 1Gbit Mobile DRAM using 80nm process technology
2002-10-25 Samsung ships 4Mb FRAM for mobile apps
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the availability of a 4Mb FRAM that combines nonvolatile memory technology with the performance of SRAMs and DRAMs.
2007-04-13 Samsung mobile solution combines application processor, OneDRAM
Samsung Electronics announced the development of a key mobile solution that combines an application processor and OneDRAM for smartphones, PMPs and portable navigation devices
2004-09-13 Samsung memory with 2Gbs of AND Flash, 512Mbs mobile DRAM
Samsung developed a 2.5Gb four-die multi-chip package designed for use in third-generation mobile phones
2007-01-04 Samsung makes 'first' 1Gbit mobile DRAM
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed what it touts as the industry's first 1Gbit mobile DRAM for mobile products, using 80nm process technology
2007-07-02 Samsung fields multiband mobile TV chipset
Samsung's 65nm multi-standard channel decoder (S3C4F31) and multi-band RF tuner (S5M8602) chipset supports multiple digital mobile TV standards including DVB-H/T, DAB-IP, ISDB-T and terrestrial DMB
2004-08-10 SafeNet rolls mobile security suite for TI OMAP processor
SafeNet released a software development kit that allows designers to secure mobile phones developed around Texas Instruments' OMAP5912 baseband processor
2004-05-21 Renesas doubles performance of mobile apps processor
Renesas Technology has expanded its SH-Mobile applications processors with a version combining its 32-bit core and a PowerVR 2D/3D graphics core.
2014-03-13 RDA intros WiFi combo chip for mobile devices
The RDA5991 has WLAN, Bluetooth and FM capabilities that work simultaneously or independently with RDA's proprietary WiFi/Bluetooth Coexistence technology.
2014-03-20 Ray tracing ups the ante in mobile graphics, games
Imagination's PowerVR GR6500 is based on a quad-cluster PowerVR Rogue design, with four unified shading clusters delivering 150GFlop (FP32) or 300GFlop (FP16) at 600MHz.
2007-05-01 RadioScape picks Blackfin for mobile TV platform
DAB software developer RadioScape has chosen ADI's Blackfin processor as its mobile-TV platform and will share its extensive DAB knowledge with ADI to build mobile-TV receivers
2010-12-03 Qualcomm CEO holds on to mobile TV dreams
Despite the limited audience so far of Qualcomm's MediaFlo service, Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm, still believe in mobile TV, and that it's just a question of exactly how it will happen and with which technology
2006-06-29 Philips, Nokia, others launch mobile payment trial in China
Philips announced the launch of China's near field communication trial together with Nokia, China Mobile's Xiamen Office and Xiamen e-Tong Card
2005-11-14 Philips takes charge on mobile display merger
Electronics giant Royal Philips Electronics NV has agreed to merge its Philips' Mobile Display Systems (MDS) business unit with Toppoly Optoelectronics Corp. of Taiwan, the companies said
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