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2004-03-02 M-Systems, Emblaze to offer multimedia memory solution
M-Systems Inc. and Emblaze Semiconductor, an Emblaze Group company, have cooperated to deliver an advanced on-board multimedia memory solution to a wide range of mobile device lines, including phones and PDAs.
2003-02-21 M-Systems chip powers AlphaCell media mobile handset
AlphaCell Wireless Ltd has integrated M-Systems' Mobile DiskOnChip-based MCP into its M5 multimedia GPRS-enabled phone
2014-08-27 LPDDR4 spec doubles memory throughput
JEDEC's JESD209-4 implements a two-channel architecture that delivers 16bit per channel, resulting in twice the I/O data rate of LPDDR3 while reducing power required to transmit huge amount of data.
2012-10-09 LPDDR2 to take up 70% of 2013 mobile DRAM shipments
With LPDDR2 prices breaking even with those of LPDDR1, shipments for LPDDR2 grew over 60 per cent of total mobile DRAM supply, in effect ensuring its status as a mainstream within the market
2006-01-01 Localizing non-memory devices in Korea
KEC was awarded the President's Prize in Best Electronic Components and its VP Yoon Dong-Hyun domesticated SPS and developed the PPT process.
2011-06-01 Linaro, Samsung partner for mobile platform
Linaro and Samsung Electronics has joined together to work on the Origen development board, an open source mobile platform that uses the Exynos 4210 chipset
2009-11-24 LED driver brings new light to mobile apps
Audio synchronization enables programmable light patterns with LEDs blinking and changing colors to the beat of the music.
2008-11-28 LCOS driver chip zoom in on mobile projectors
Aurora Systems introduced a new integrated LCOS driver ASIC designed for mobile projection applications
2006-01-01 Korea keeps its memory power
Demand for NAND flash memories will increase as cellphones, MP3 players and DSCs need bigger storage capacity.
2004-05-20 Kodak, Lexar join forces in removable digital memory
Eastman Kodak Co. and Lexar Media Inc. have formed a long-term agreement to gain a larger share of the market for removable digital memory products, driven by surging demand from the mass-market adoption of digital cameras, mobile phone cameras, portable music players and other consumer electronics devices.
2011-03-01 JEDEC releases new flash memory spec
Governing embedded and removable flash memory-based storage, the Universal Flash Standard builds on the e.MMC standard and adds security, performance and power consumption features
2012-04-17 JEDEC focuses on non-volatile memory standardization
Nokia, Micron and Samsung have announced support for the subcommittee known as JC-64.9 that targets wireless data transfers in embedded memory storage and removable memory cards
2005-08-11 IP cores tailored for mobile phones
Falanx Microsystems introduced the first in its new series of 3rd-generation IP cores for SoC manufacturersthe Mali200 fully programmable graphics and media acceleration core for mobile phones
2007-05-24 Intel, ST forge flash memory joint venture
An expected move by STMicroelectronics and Intel to create a flash memory joint venture has been announced with an assist from private equity firm Francisco Partners LP
2005-04-29 Intel's WiMAX basestation designs include fixed, mobile boards
Intel Corp. demonstrated a WiMAX basestation platform at the International Basestation Conference here this week and revealed it is developing a board for both the fixed and mobile versions of the high-speed access technology
2007-05-11 Intel's Santa Rosa chip drives mobile connectivity
Intel claimed its Centrino Pro processor, codenamed Santa Rosa, is "up to five times faster and up to twice the range of the previous-generation wireless technology."
2008-04-04 Intel validates Qimonda, Samsung mobile DDR3s
Memory chipmakers Qimonda AG and Samsung Electronics announced that their DDR3 small-outline products have been validated for Intel Corp.'s mobile platform.
2007-12-18 Intel upgrades mobile platform, debuts SSDs
Intel announced plans to ship the upgraded version of its dual-core mobile platform based on the 45nm manufacturing process by January and launched a solid-state drive (SSD) for mobile devices
2002-03-19 Intel to put mobile solution on display at CTIA
Intel Corp. has created a reference guide that shows how to securely and efficiently integrate wireless client devices into their corporate IT systems.
2007-04-20 Intel to boost performance of mobile PCs
Intel has outlined its plans into next year for its mobile platform, which promises to boost performance and energy efficiency in notebooks and other Internet-connected devices
2005-06-06 Intel preps dual-core mobile platform
Intel expects that one-third of all the PC microprocessors it ships next year will be incorporated into mobile platforms, so the chipmaker is readying a next-generation dual-core chipset that's optimized for mobile computing
2003-03-14 Intel launches WLAN solution for mobile PCs
Intel Corp. has introduced its Centrino mobile technology, which integrates wireless capability into mobile PCs
2002-04-18 Intel cuts flash memory I/O to 1.8V
Intel Corp.'s Flash memory group has unveiled a two-pronged strategy to reduce the operating voltages of its non-volatile devices to 1.8V and churn out more advanced packages
2005-02-22 Infineon's memory strategy: invest during downturn
Executives of Infineon Technologies' North America operations said its plan to ramp up a new 300mm fab here is part of a simple strategy: bigger wafers, smaller die size, maximum capacity utilization and continuing investment in its memory technology during a downturn
2005-04-11 Infineon unveils high-density memory for mobile, graphics apps
Seeking to increase its presence in the notebook and graphics markets, Infineon Technologies AG unleashed a number of high-density memory products last week
2006-06-07 Infineon spin-off reveals memory roadmap
Qimonda told EE Times the details of its memory technology plans, which focuses on memory products, offering computer DRAMs, graphics DRAMs, consumer DRAMs, mobile DRAMs, cellular RAMs and flash products.
2003-03-21 Infineon rolls 512Mb Mobile-RAM device
Infineon Technologies AG has extended its Mobile-RAM family of memory devices with its 512Mb offering.
2002-08-07 Infineon ramps up 256Mb mobile DRAM production
Infineon Technologies AG has announced that it has began production of its 256Mb Mobile-RAM device that has half the size and power consumption of conventional SDRAMs and DRAMs
2008-11-21 Infineon optimizes mobile phone chips
Infineon Technologies has introduced its latest chips for ultralow cost (ULC) mobile phones that optimizes system performance five times and reduces the BOM by almost 10 percent
2005-07-15 Infineon joins the 'sub-$20' mobile handset crowd
Infineon Technologies has joined the rush of cellphone chip designers readying devices and platforms for what are becoming known as 'ultra low cost' handsets targeted mainly at users in developing countries.
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